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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Botanical is a beautiful nature reserve and park that you can escape to within Second Life. It offers a wide range of plants, trees and flowers to satisfy even the most exacting landscaper.View this destination »
Woods Of Marathon Caye provide a lush wooded environment filled with activities for visitors, including two live entertainment venues, a windmill with table games and many touring choices (rowboats, canoes, kayaks and horses). There are also zip lines for a thrilling view.View this destination »
This popular all-season ski resort stretches over a vast area and includes one of the highest mountain peaks in SL! Wolf Mountain features many activities, including skiing, horse riding, sledding, and hiking with breathtaking views. It is adjacent to four lakes where Residents can enjoy boating, an automatic gondula and raft rides.View this destination »
Take in the scenery at this multi-region public park, which you can explore on horseback, on a motorbike or bicycle, by helicopter — or even via personal watercraft and canoe!View this destination »
Loving Earth is a meditative spot lit by sunbeams flickering through the trees, with the sweet sound of birdsong, and graceful creatures fluttering around for everyone to enjoy.View this destination »
Runestone is a special place to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. Dance, meditate, or cuddle with a loved-one, visit the quaint cottages, or explore the garden with its waterfalls, rope-swings, and hidden pirate's cave.View this destination »
Visit Doc's stilt house on the water, along the southwest coast of Florida. Presented as an homage to Florida crime fiction, including the works of Randy Wayne White, John D. MacDonald, Tim Dorsey, Carl Hiaasen, and James W. Hall.View this destination »
Japan Project Garden now has more attractions and new places to see. You'll find tea houses, Furo, Tai Chi, gardens and many more pleasant places to chat with your friends — and maybe even make some new ones! Explore this gorgeous destination and lose yourself in the scenic gardens.View this destination »
The Cherry Park, located on The Frolic Sim and created by Cherry Manga, is the perfect place to explore and have fun with friends.View this destination »
Stop and smell the flowers in this vast, overgrown land of floral beauty.View this destination »
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