Parks and Recreation Directory
- 1 Transport Links
- 2 Bay City
- 3 Miscellaneous Mainland Points of Interest for Intrepid Explorers
- 3.1 Playground Ship on DaBoom
- 3.2 Playground on Rivula
- 3.3 Juice Bar, Brownlee
- 3.4 The Volcano Island, Ichelus
- 3.5 LDPW Showcase Conference Center, Boardroom
- 3.6 Castle Valeria
- 3.7 Mos Ainsley
- 3.8 Pruni Park
- 3.9 Bhima Lido Hall
- 3.10 Ahab's Haunt
- 3.11 Pyri Funfair at Pyri Peaks
- 3.12 Rizal
- 3.13 Barney's Bay
- 4 Nautilus
- 5 Sea of Fables
- 6 Mare Secundus
- 7 The Degrand Channel
- 8 Hatstat Ocean Area
- 9 Zindra
Please note that Highways information has been relocated to a dedicated sub directory accessed from the LDPW wiki
You may also go straight to : Second Life Road Network Directory
Miscellaneous Mainland Points of Interest for Intrepid Explorers
Playground Ship on DaBoom
big maritime playground with freebies
Playground on Rivula
cute little playground
Juice Bar, Brownlee
Keeping residents healthy with a Contemporary Juice Bar. Free Smoothies!
The Volcano Island, Ichelus
A tropical Tiki village and exploding Volcano!!
LDPW Showcase Conference Center, Boardroom
For the business types of the grid. Two modern style buildings ready to accomodate medium to large meetings/conferences.
A romantic interpretation of a medieval German castle; also, a pirate lair!
In space, no one can hear you type ... experience the far future at the base on Mos Ainsley. Spacesuits available for all!
Small wild and overgrown area with pool, treehouse and campfire areas.
Bhima Lido Hall
Lido Hall with music, and patio with conversational areas.
This is a tropical beach crowned by the skeleton of a giant beast. Hammocks and inner tubes, undersea treasure and lots to explore for divers, places to rezz your boats, and more!
Pyri Funfair at Pyri Peaks
While following along the Great Wall, you might come across the ticket booth to the Pyri Fair.
Touch the floating barrel with the sign to ride a boat to the fair.
Walk or run (ctrl-R) up the mountain to the fair. When you're there, ride the carousel, eat some cotton candy, and get your fortune told.
Make sure to try the Tunnel of Love. It's full of surprises. Remember to wear your ticket!
The Rizal Games sim is filled with activities.
On top, you've got the Rizal hedge maze, a hippo themed playground with a bouncy castle, free kites, photoboards, a giant keyboard to dance on, corn dogs and more.
Down by the water you have a collection of boardwalk shops and entertainments. Play Tap-a-Talpid or throw darts at a balloon wall for prizes. You'll find free bicycles, t shirts, food, fun hats and other goodies to take home with you. Ride a rocket, defeat the Prize Claw, have your fortune told, explore the pirate ship, race in bumperboats and use the water cannons on your friends.
Barney's Bay is a seaside town with old world charm. Travel the town with a free bicycle, check out the shops for freebies, indulge yourself at the ice cream shop, explore the lighthouse, and play checkers or throw some darts in the pub. Let Mole & Mole Travel Agency lead you to more LDPW destinations!
The Degrand Channel
Degrand, and surrounding sims to east and west
An extensive area of undersea features for the intrepid venturer to explore !
So put on your scuba set, mer-tail, or hop in your mini submarine and get under the waves.
There are sunken civilisations, black smoker volcanoes, blue hole deep sea caverns, brine lakes, lonely lighthouses, sunken vessels ...
... or a myriad other wonderful things there to be discovered, maybe even buried treasure !
A great place to start from is the small Help Island area in Degrand
Hatstat Ocean Area
Hatstat and surrounding regions
Descriptions to be added, in the meantime just dive into the sea and find out !
There are many major items of interest in the 'adult' continent of Zindra, architectural marvels, major feats of civil engineering and of course the quirky but fun Zindra mono rail system !
This bridge, together with it's near twin the Silvercreek Bridge on Jeogeot was a prototype for a new design of modern suspension bridge in SL
Don't let that worry you, it's very safe !
A Springtime monument, created on May Day and full of mystical symbolism.
Spend some time here, look for the patterns, find peace.
The North Reservoir
This large inland body of water is retained behind an earthen bank dam of considerable size
The dam is open access, via the buildings and tunnel entrance at the foot of the dam
Internal tunnelways deep within the dam lead to storage facilities and to the central pump tower, also accessible by internal ladder for those not afraid of heights
The belltower spillway is connected to the pump tower and contains the main outflow system, beware of falling in - it's a long way out !
The dam has been unmanned for some time, there are rumours that other stranger things have moved into the tunnels ...
Ear defenders and safety harness recommended.