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  1. This is some of the best RCT3 this site has at the moment. In future updates could you please show some overhead and layout shots of this park?


    Thanks, I'll have a map soon, I'm just trying to figure out how to use gimp to make it.




    I spent a couple of hours in the park today.



    I spent a while in the Midway today as the lines for Burnt Rubber and Wildcat were outrageous.



    The skywheel.



    The old and the new.



    Both coasters in one shot.


    I heard the park is making an announcement on next years attraction soon. I hope we get a water ride, the park is so hot in the summer.

  2. Wow guys! Thanks for all the replies, it has really made me feel welcome on the site.


    Really glad you're bringing this over here! I took the opportunity to re-remember my park history! I love learning about that type of stuff, and it's really interesting to me when people can incorporate things like that into their storylines.


    Thanks, I like being able to look at realife parks and coasters and incorporating designs to make my park as realistic as possible.


    This park looks great, a very nice reinventing of a classic park. I have dabbled with park rebirths myself with RCT2. The one park I have recreated was Boardwalk and Baseball near Orlando. I'm tweaking a rebuilt B&B park and hope to release it here soon. Keep up the good work on your project.


    Thanks, I am in no way shape or form going for a recreation on this one, I am more building off the ideas and history of Rocky Point.


    My jaw dropped looking at some of those pictures. You have quite the amount of talent that I wish I had! Your Intamin Accelerator is really impressive as well, and I can't wait to see what comes from you and this park in the future! Best of luck and welcome to TPR!




    Tom! I'm happy you brought this from SGW to TPR (I'm sambrwn52, by the way). It seriously looks brilliant, definitely beautiful. I absolutely adore the architecture too! Can't wait for more!


    Thanks Sam, good to see I'm not the only one over here.


    Dude, this is really really good. I hope you know that.




    This is really good! I would love to see more of this.




    F@#k man, This is beyond inspiring!






    I spent all day at the park today. Most rides were still testing when I got there.



    This little flat is great for kids. But there is a ton of room behind it for expansions.



    I never go into the gift shop, only to visit my friend whos office is on the second floor.



    Intensity is just an awesome ride to photograph.



    I stayed in the park until nighttime. Wildcat is lit up beautifully at night.



    So is Burnt Rubber.

  3. Hi guys,


    Like many, I've lurked here for quite awhile. I became aquainted with TPR through youtube videos and the RCT3 communities. I live in the Northeast, so I have Bizarro pretty much in my back yard. I'm only 16 so I don't get to really plan family vacations to go to amusement parks, but I have been throughout the Northeast and all of Florida. Although this year I'm vsiting Cedar Point, Knott's, Disneyland, and possibly Six Flags Great Adventure all for the first time.


    I look forward to seeing you all around the forums,


  4. Hey guys, I'm new to TPR but have been a member of other RCT3 sites before. I've lurked around on this site for a while as I love real life parks as well and I try to make my projects as realistic as possible.


    I started this park on a few other websites and I'll try to catch you up.



    Welcome to Warwick, RI


    In 1847, Rocky Point opened to the public for the first time. Famed for its beautiful location on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean this was Rhode Islands premier attraction. As the park developed, it built numerous roller coasters with the help of the Phillidelphia Tobbaggon Company, including the Wildcat and the Flying Turns. The Shore Dinner Hall was esteemed to have the best seafood in the state. All of this changed in 1938, when Hurricane Bob destroyed the entire park, including its world class woodies.


    The park remained closed for 9 years. Finally the park reopened, with a new shore dinner hall. The park grew and grew and world class rides like the log flume in 1970, The Zyclon Coaster in the early 70s, the Corckscrew, an Arrow corkscrew in 1984, and the freefall in 1988.


    The park seemed to be on the high road. But financial troubles ravaged the park through the 1990s. Finally, in 1996 the park filed for bankruptcy. The park was closed and the rides were auctioned off in 97. All that was left of over a 100 years of history were some decaying buildings, an old gondola ride, and the beachfront.


    Certain for destruction and repurposing, the park was saved in 2007 by a rich young entrepeneur who grew up during the parks final days.


    SEASON 1:


    The park opened with two roller coasters, Burnt Rubber, an Intamin Accelerator very similar to Xcelerator, and Wildcat which pays homage to the original Wildcat from the original Rocky Point.



    Burnt Rubber.




    Wildcat looming over the Northern Midway.



    The Original Rocky Point Sign.



    As seen from the ocean.


    SEASON 2:


    Season 2 welcomed the addition of Drving School, a small, family-oriented attraction.





    Bonus nightime shot.


    I hope you all enjoy this park, I will continue to update every couple of days.


    Be nice, I'm new haha.

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