Looking for something less crowded than a big amusement park? Look no further. Set in what was once a rocky field, the fairgrounds offer more than enough to entertain your sims.http://www.thesims3.com/assetDetail.html?assetId=8285729
The Dinocoaster offers a thrilling ride,
right past the jaws of an ancient beast,
over hills and plunges,
and through water spouts.
The carousel offers rides on a variety of beasts.
Sims can stroll through market area
to buy or sell produce, enjoy some popcorn, an icy snow cone, fresh popcorn, a cool drink, or a hot one and a pastry,
or, if they prefer, have a picnic or grill some hot dogs.
Talented riders, or solo horses, can impress the crowds on the jump course.
There is a big top tent
which offers a trapeze,
and plenty of space for talented sims to impress others with their music, their acrobatic prowess, or a few magician's tricks. No schedule needed to perform; just come on in and do your thing!
There are plenty of seats for those who want to relax and watch as well.
Just outside is a small midway,
and further along is a hot tub,
fire pit, and facilities.
There is a livestock section
and a bar pavilion for cool drinks or hot food.
Additional facilities are tucked in behind the Dinocoaster.
As you can see, it's a relaxing yet fun-filled place.
Here are overview shots of the park from each direction. At the corner, there is even a small tower for watching the stars.
The fairgrounds are perfect for less urban worlds, and can be easily adjusted to fit your needs.