Nashville's Adventure

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Nashville's Adventure
« on: June 02, 2019, 11:46 PM »
August 1973

Hello. My name is Charlie Acree. I have been a businessman for years now. Recently, I have gotten interested in the amusement park industry after being influenced by the success of Disneyland. I was thinking “Hey, a certain city in Tennessee needs a successful amusement park”. It took me months and months, but I successfully purchased the land near Nashville. I went to the land today to check it out and I was amazed by the natural beauty of the land. There was a lake in the middle of it along with the little island. I cannot wait to see the process of my park. For now, here’s a couple of pictures from today.




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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2019, 04:30 AM »
That's a perfect spot for a park!!

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2019, 10:23 PM »
That's a perfect spot for a park!!

Thank you.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2019, 06:46 AM »
I'm excited to see what you do with that!

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #4 on: June 04, 2019, 12:15 PM »
Great surrounding for a beautiful park. I am interested in the park, the story is very interesting.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2019, 05:37 PM »
January 1974



I have decided to visit the site today and were already making good progress on the entrance area. They will start working in other areas soon.



Here’s a little pond that the guests will see when they first walk into the park. They haven’t installed the fountain yet.



This is the guest relations building.  The signages will be added very soon.



Here’s the building where guest can buy tickets and they already installed the switchback. Hopefully, it will manage large crowds.



I will end it off with the building where the guests can enter the park and the path that will lead to the plaza area.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2019, 06:11 AM »
You're off to a good start.  I like the vintage look of the place ;)
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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2019, 12:29 AM »
Elegant, simple architecture. And that's meant as a compliment  :)

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #8 on: June 29, 2019, 10:34 AM »
July 1974



It’s been months since the last time I visited this site and a lot has changed from a few months ago. Apparently, the construction on this park is finishing faster than scheduled. The first change I noticed is the rest of the fences near the lake has been added.



The buildings on the plaza is already completed the exterior work, they are working on the interior right now, but I will not show you the inside today.



More pictures of the buildings in the plaza.





I have plans to install a ride or two somewhere in either of those two areas.



Here’s the view of the bridge and the main icon of the park. The Ferris Wheel.



Welcome to the new area of the park. The church will be the main weenie of the area. On the side note, there will be a lot more trees implanted after the construction is done. Let’s take a tour of the new area.



The general store and the flat ride of this area.



One of the facades for the area.



Here’s a restaurant that if Golden Corral had a baby with Crackle Barrel.



Here’s the main attraction of the area known as Sasquatch. It is the tallest and fastest coaster in the world by the time it opens to the public. Here’s a couple of more pictures of Sasquatch to end off this update.




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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #9 on: June 29, 2019, 01:47 PM »
Beautiful land, don't cut too many trees down :P. Would love to see terrain coasters in this park. Great start! Nice buildings.
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« Reply #10 on: July 25, 2019, 02:25 PM »
This is really shaping up nicely. I can see this going places.
And the terraforming you did and those lake shots in general is beautiful.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #11 on: September 03, 2019, 11:49 PM »
Authors Update 1

Hello everyone. It's been a while since the last update. There will be more coming soon but here's a few things I like to address.

I've been planning things and mostly working on a brand new area that you will see in the next update. I will have the picture preview and the logo below to see what's to come. Second reason is that recently my game itself has suffered a major slowdown due to my RAM almost being full, so I ordered the 16 GB RAM. It should come next week. Finally, for the release date of my next update could be either Late September or Early October.

Anyway, I hope everyone has a good day and I will see you for the next update.



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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #12 on: September 15, 2019, 04:09 PM »
July 1974 Sequel



Hello. I am about to take you on the exclusive tour of Sasquatch. The world’s tallest and fastest coaster when it opens in 1975. Let us begin with our entrance shed.



This shed is where the guards used to be guarding the area where the facility is.



We have now entered the restriced area



Here’s the building where the scientists sleep and tracking the possible sasquatch down.









Here’s the footprints where the family of campers discovered the roar of sasquatch. Here’s the rest of the pictures for the queue area.



We’re still decorating the interior of the station, but here’s a preview.



Here’s the view that you will see when you get off this ride.







Here’s the final few pictures of Sasquatch. See you next time.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #13 on: September 16, 2019, 02:42 PM »
Lovely pictures Troy! I love the colors and surroundings of Sasquach! Looks like a wild ride!

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #14 on: October 01, 2019, 07:25 AM »
Nice pictures, I like this project a lot. The wooden coaster fits perfectly into the landscape!

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #15 on: March 03, 2020, 08:40 PM »
November 1974



It’s been forever since I visited the site of this park. There’s a lot of things are different than when we last left off. Let us take a tour on the progress of this park.





In the area we now called, Nashville Street. We built a small pier for guests to view the lake and the Ferris Wheel.





Now, the main topic of this update is the newest area of the park called Town Square. We start off this tour with a diner along with a new asphalt pathway that will be decorated with road markings.



Here’s the main plaza of this area along with the theater in front of it. You will also get the view of the coaster which we will talk more about later.







This is Flying Eagles. It’s a flying scooter model. You will enjoy the view of the little pond while you’re flying. Here’s a few shots of the ride including the queue.



Here’s a little sneak peek at the backstage of the theater along with the employee’s break room.







Here’s a couple of shots of the buildings in this area.







We recently built a carousel.





Now for the main attraction of this area. It is a steel looping roller coaster called Dixie. When this coaster opens, it will be the world’s first ever four inversion coaster. The three inversions will consist of double loop and double corkscrew. We will end this update with shots of this coaster.











(Sorry for the long, long wait. But I am glad that I finally got this update up. Since all of the major stuff is done for the park, hopefully the upload schedule will be at a faster and smoother pace from here. See you guys later and see you in the next update).


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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #16 on: March 18, 2020, 02:11 PM »
Ooohh I'm sold on that Arrow! The Flyers are nice, too. Also I must have missed the early stages, that parking / entrance looks neat too. If you've picked an actual spot around Nashville, show us on google maps! ;)

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #17 on: April 08, 2020, 05:33 PM »
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Ooohh I'm sold on that Arrow! The Flyers are nice, too. Also I must have missed the early stages, that parking / entrance looks neat too. If you've picked an actual spot around Nashville, show us on google maps! ;)

Thank you. The land that the park sits on is mostly made up since I don't think there's an area that has a lake with land in the middle. [/spoiler]

January 1975



Welcome to the new year. Today’s update will be shorter than usual because we will only be focusing on two areas. We’re doing some final touches to the park. To kick things off is that we built a sign to greet our guests when they enter the park.



In the front entrance of the park, the very left side will be serving as the exit.









Here are some pictures of Nashville Street along with the new restroom in the area.



We added the fencing to the entire Old Tennessee Area and implanted few trees. I will end this short update with a few photoshoots.



(I have decided to redesign the general store to make it more like real country store)





(Good news is that after this post, there is two more construction updates then the grand opening of the park. Hope you enjoy this update and see you next time).

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Re: Nashville's Adventure
« Reply #18 on: May 26, 2020, 08:40 AM »
April 1975



One month until the grand opening. This update will be the final construction tour. Everything is almost finished.



We are here in Nashville Street. They have just installed the lights, added benches, trash cans, and fencing. Also, they planted flowers and bushes throughout the park. Here is a series of photos I took today throughout the park.











We painted the rust effect on Sasquatch’s station to make it look more abandoned.





We painted the road markings on the small path to the plaza.







Here is a little area, where guests can relax.



Tennessee shaped flower









I decided to stay at the park later than usual to see what the park looks like at night.



On Sasquatch, we installed the lights only on the lift, so the rest of the ride is in almost complete darkness.









What we did for the lights on Dixie, we only shine it on the most stand out parts of the ride.



That is it for the photos. This was the last construction update. The next update will be the park’s grand opening.