Appalachian Creeks

This project is a complete themed experience visualization.

Appalachian Creeks was a town full of people who had invented cre- ative ways to transport clean water to those without sufficient access to it. With lots of inventions coming out but no revenue coming in, however, the town inevitably went bust. Tourism companies came to the community, bought the inventors’ land parcels and converted them into a cohesive water park!

Generally, water parks are individualized experiences. Appalachian Creeks is a unique water park environment where watching the water slides and attractions is just as exciting as experiencing them first-hand. The water park is founded on the idea that different forms of entertainment are enjoyed the most by different people.

This project was the winner of the PGAV Destinations Spot Experiential Scholarship competition in 2014. PGAV Destinations is a company based in St. Louis, MO that works in themed experience design and planning. Click the PGAV Destinations logo for more information (opens in new window).

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Looking towards the Amazing Flying Machine roller coaster
Looking towards the Amazing Flying Machine roller coaster
Looking towards the windmill thematic element
Looking towards the windmill thematic element
Opposite angle overview - work-in-progress
Opposite angle overview – work-in-progress
Overview of tank bowl slides
Overview of tank bowl slides
Bird's-eye attraction overview - work-in-progress
Bird’s-eye attraction overview – work-in-progress
Low-angle overview of the park
Low-angle overview of the park
Work-in-progress wireframe of tank bowl slides
Work-in-progress wireframe of tank bowl slides
Full overview of the park
Full overview of the park

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