Planet Coaster Park Dump

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Offline shyguy

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Planet Coaster Park Dump
« on: March 31, 2018, 08:46 PM »
Have you started and then abandoned a park? Is it sitting on your hard drive, just taking up space? Maybe others would still enjoy visiting it. Or maybe players could learn some tricks by seeing how you did something... or maybe even take over the park and expand it themselves.

If you've got a half-finished park, or even a barely-finished park, post it here. You can upload it to Steam, or the CS Depot if you prefer. Post a screenshot and a link to the upload and let others check out your work, learn from it, and maybe make something special with it.

Re: Planet Coaster Park Dump
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2018, 09:47 AM »
great idea

Re: Planet Coaster Park Dump
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2018, 04:10 PM »
I think this is a great idea, and I'm happy to be the first to post something.

I started to do a recreation of Miracle Strip Amusement Park which operated in Panama City Beach, Florida, from 1963 till 2003. It was a pretty popular park in it's day.

Here is the link to the original thread that has lots of pictures of the real park as well as my recreation;,19327.msg438306.html#msg438306

I stopped working on this as I felt I really wasn't getting what I wanted with the pieces available a year ago. I thought it might be fun for others to see what I completed and possibly carry on the work of completing the park.

Here is the workshop link if anyone is interested;

Of course, it would be nice if you carry on with this park to acknowledge the work of the original creator. Me.   :)


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Re: Planet Coaster Park Dump
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2018, 03:57 PM »
Paradise Coast was my first park that I created back when Planet Coaster was released in 2016 but I never got the chance to complete it. Coming back to the game now, it’s apparent that a lot of the custom scenery I created and tricks I had to use to work around the ride collision limitations at the time are now redundant – (which is a good thing for the game, not so much for my park though!).

It’s for that reason I’m retiring the park and I've uploaded it to the Steam Workshop if anyone is curious to have a look around the tropical theme park and beach resort that was; Paradise Coast.

This park does not use any paid DLC content.

Steam Workshop Link:

Park features
A large hotel with pool area (non functional)

Gentle Jungle Area
-   Jungle Gym: Children’s Adventure Playground (non functional)
-   Lagoon Bug: Junior Coaster
-   Jungle Jazz: Hyperspin

Extreme Indonesia Area
-   Krakatoa: Wooden coaster themed around a volcanic eruption with fake lava
-   Journey to the Core of Krakatoa: River Rapids with ‘dark ride’ section inside the park’s volcano
-   Twin Kris: Insanity
-   Jakarta Jinx: Psychola

Libertalia (Unfinished Pirate Haven themed area)
-   Log Flume with a huge 42ft drop that was due to drop down a waterfall
-   2 Dueling Iron Fury (RMC Hybrid) Coasters – weaving over the Log Flume ride (timings still needed some tweaking and it was a bit ridiculous tbh!)
-   Chair-o-Plane in the central square
-   Overpower – a thrill flat ride that was going to be in a drunken pirate tavern

A video tour of the finished parts of the park is available on my Youtube channel here:


Re: Planet Coaster Park Dump
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2020, 05:53 AM »
After building this park for a few years (on and off) I got a bit stuck.
So I hope you guys can think about something and build from there as you see fit.
Perhaps I will continue the park on a later date but for now it is SBNO on my pc.
I did not include the music that I used but in a lot of buildings there are speakers for your own music
Here is the link

Also some screens.

Edit(as of today I have updated the parkfile with a piece of work I ghave added. Hope you all like the park so far.

« Last Edit: August 29, 2021, 04:56 PM by paterdave2 »