Park Life and the Detailer
The one thing about Cities Skylines Park Life is that it even makes the most macro-level urban designer like me come right down to the micro levels – when it comes to designing parks. There is a satirical take on it which I will have at the bottom of the post.
San Layton City Goes Green – with parks!
While Cities Skylines Green Cities allowed for Green Buildings and policies Park Life allows you to go really green with parks. Whether they City Parks, Amusement Parks, Zoos or Nature Reserves even the most compulsive micro detailer would be getting their fill from Park Life.
As San Layton City continues to expand the open space provisions of the City are never far from the front of mind. That is a mix of small pocket parks and large nature reserves and everything else in between!
San Layton City is blessed with large swathes of forests through the map – this makes the development of large Nature Reserves a very attractive idea and one the Cims and tourists love.
So then let’s take a look at San Layton Reserve.
The opening shots before the Reserve was developed:
Some initial area shots of the developed Reserve:
Leading to San Layton Reserve:
And walking through the San Layton Nature Reserve:
And of course some night shots:
And yes you can even access the Reserve by transit whether it be heavy rail, subway, monorail or bus – now how Green is that:
Whether it be hunting, fishing, hiking, tents, cabins or self contained camp ground San Layton Reserve has it here for you. Some paths are lit while some are not (the park is oepn 24 hours) allowing for whatever experience you are looking for catered for!
All said San Layton Reserve is in the middle of a city so reminders of urban life are never that far away:
San Layton Reserve – your Nature Reserve home away from home that is in the middle of your home – City!
As for being that Detailer?