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Rose Lake Park 1930-1939
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Rose Lake Park 1930-1939

Rose Lake Park, 1930 - 1939 (map 5). Created by: Fisherman, Wolf Tenor, MattDownes, and JP, with additional contributions from CT5ind (aka Rhian on the workshop) and RedLine682.

This park map represents the fifth chapter of the journey chronicling the life of Rose Lake Park from its humble beginnings as a picnic grove at the end of a trolley line near Peepsburgh in the heart of Plancovania, to the world renown destination amusement park it is today. The 1930s proved to be a challenging decade for Rose Lake, with the Great Depression ravaging the country, and the Rose River valley flood of 1935 severely damaging much of the low-lying areas of the park. But, as Rose Lake always does, it overcame and emerged stronger and more successful than before. The discovery of a massive cave system beneath the southwest corner of the park brought the park back from near financial ruin when the founders began charging a small fee for cavern tours. By 1939, Rose Lake Caverns had become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the northeastern United States. With its subterranean lake stocked with blind fish (which can be explored via glass-bottom boat tours), and innovative underground funicular ride to bring guests from the end of the tour back up to the surface, the Caverns remain a truly fascinating attraction to this day. Also added during this decade were the pleasurable Auto Rally ride from Traver Engineering, the brand-new Flying Eagles, and the first-generation Eyerly Octopus (built for the project by RedLine682). A glorious new Art Deco boathouse was built on Rose Lake, where guests could rent elegant wooden speedboats and have a drink on the upper deck at the swanky Sir Montague’s Boathouse Bar. Guests could stay the night at the new Rose Lake Cabins, offering breathtaking views of the lake. Transportation from the park improved with all new trolley cars and city buses from Peepsburgh. And the crown jewel of the decade was the truly magnificent Rose Lake Ballroom, occupying the former Bruin Auditorium show space, turning the building into a destination in its own right. Explore the park to find all of these exciting additions plus many more surprises!

Cave Tour instructions: The tour begins in the Caverns gift shop. Follow the path down. Along the path are several rooms. Each room contains a plaque with a hidden sequencer in it. Click on the sequencer to hear the tour spiel for that room (voiced by our own WolfTenor). Note that the sequencer in the Aubergine room needs to be cycled through once before it will work correctly because of the lighting effects in that room (Planco is weird).

Note: Peeps will walk through the cave tour if you open the park, as long as you open the ride called "Rose Lake Caverns Tour." The tour path is actually its queue path.

Also check out:
Map 1 - 1890-1899:
Map 2 - 1900-1909:
Map 3 - 1910-1919:
Map 4 - 1920-1929:

The park requires MANY billboard images and several custom sound effects tracks for the map to run correctly. Please download them from our Google Drive. Place the contents of the file "RLP" into your User Media folder and place the contents of "RLP" into your User Music folder BEFORE opening Planet Coaster to ensure that everything works correctly (you should hear sounds all around the park, especially around the lakes and the hotel). Unfortunately, Planet Coaster sometimes does not attach all the files the first time and may require you to open the park a second time.

RLP map 5 User Media:

RLP map 5 User Music:

We have and will be using many blueprints and TMTK items throughout this project and we wish to acknowledge the wonderful content designers for their work. We will be adding links to their work to collections which we will continually update here. Note that most of the blueprints listed in the blueprints collection were on older maps of the park:

Rose Lake Park Blueprints:

Rose Lake Park TMTK items:

We strongly suggest that you go to the TMTK collection list above and check "subscribe to all" rather than allowing the game to download the required toolkit items for you upon loading the park. This can save a tremendous amount of time loading the park the first time.

Also, the park has a hilarious, and often sordid, history. So, if you are a park history buff and have a junior high sense of humor, follow along at the Plancovania Historical Society's Blog page for the park here:
Note that the blog is PG-13.

Also, our friend Starport55 has put together a fun 1930s music playlist that you can listen to while you explore the park! Check it out here:
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alexandergruener97 Aug 12 @ 5:20am 
When does the next Update arrives?
lounap211 Jul 28 @ 12:39pm 
Really stunning Park!
Fisherman  [author] Aug 28, 2021 @ 4:17pm 
Thank you, s3v7777!
s3v7777 Aug 27, 2021 @ 6:49pm 
Absolutely gorgeous!
Fisherman  [author] Aug 5, 2021 @ 1:04pm 
Thank you, Mydorrka!!
Mydorrka Aug 5, 2021 @ 11:47am 
Awesome, love it 👍👍👍👍
Fisherman  [author] Aug 5, 2021 @ 4:36am 
I'm afraid so, ScaryHobbit. But, those areas are good spots to build things later. (wink wink)
ScaryHobbit Aug 5, 2021 @ 12:15am 
The old town and the Bear Lodge are all abandoned.
Even Edna Mae Jr.'s place is gone. :steamsad:
Fisherman  [author] Aug 3, 2021 @ 3:09pm 
Thank you, Anigmandra!
Anigmandra Aug 3, 2021 @ 10:46am 
That looks amazing! Thumbs up!