Nature & Parks
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Relax in one of the many beautiful garden and nature spots in Second Life. Explore flowing fountains and waterfalls, lush gardens and more.
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Countryside is an quiet place to enjoy the wildlife, as well as the peace and tranquility of nature. Escape your real life stresses and relax in this beautiful retreat, which is dedicated to Second Life photographers.View this destination »
Skyeridge Parkway is a sim dedicated to the beauty and the peaceful Blue Ridge Mountains of the USA. This sim is open to the public and everyone's welcome to hang out and enjoy all they have to offer. See the video for more at: http://vimeo.com/101116743.View this destination »
Angel Manor Gardens is the public garden and part of Angel Manor Estate. It is a beautiful place for all come to and relax. Enjoy time with friends and loved ones or the amazing power of nature to calm the soul.View this destination »
Welcome to Pure Heart Forest, a spot where you can let your inner self out to play. Come and hang out, have fun with your friends, dance with your one and only, watch movies, fish or just enjoy the sounds of the surroundings.View this destination »
Visit a Celtic inspiration sim where you can have a ride or just a rest. Here you will also find many places to cuddle or to propose to your lover under the gazebo in the forest.View this destination »
Explore the romantic fairy-tale garden of StoryBrooke. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of this beautiful setting.View this destination »
The Bay City Arboretum of Rather Atypical Vegetation hosts a seasonally-changing selection of unusual flora from the world famous Flux Collection. Lovingly cared for by Zyx Flux, chief gardener, please keep all appendages away from the specimens.View this destination »
Looking for a place to relax, meditate or romance? Visit a place that looks like nothing on Earth!View this destination »
The Garden Of Eden was inspired by Thomas Cole's well known paintings, "The Voyage of Life" and "Expulsion Of The Garden of Eden." Explore the dark side, which contains the mist and volcano. Then discover the light side, which contains the Garden of Eden -- believed to be untouched and exquisite with the tree of life and the very well known tree of good and evil.View this destination »
Wolves Land is dedicated to the solitary soul as defined by the lone wolf. Wander among forests and waterfalls, ruines and idyllic paths. Discover romantic corners to chat, chill or dance. Enjoy the exhibit at Serena Arts Centre. And for shopping, don't miss the Just Imagine store and its gifts. Always newbie friendly.View this destination »
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