The process is the same process as usual. Create borders and fill them in with trees.
And there it is all complete.
A characteristic of the park is its huge Pokeball defined with tall grass in the upper and lower halves with a large fountain in the centre.
The park is a little non-standard with its size. It pushes about half a chunk too far north of where I'd like it to be. So I guess Route 38 which is directly north of the park will be modified to fit.
Another thing that is a little non-standard. The gates don't quite line up.
Simple solution. Block off one entrance/exit on each station and build a tunnel to connect them.
Another thing that needed to be changed was the picnic area at the southern end. It only had to be mirrored otherwise the building to access the National Park from Route 35 would have to be widened to twice its width.
Trees go in now. Same process as always.
But not before adding some scenery.
Ok, now the trees. Now it is finished.
If you are wondering if I'd forgotten about the Pokeathlon Dome, I haven't, It just wont fit otherwise it will conflict with Olivine City when it's build. But if it does fit, it gets built.
The National Park.
The building to access the park from the south.
The fountain behind the grass.
The north eastern quadrant of the park.
Access point to route 37 from route 36.
Progress so far.
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If you have any tips for improvement please don't hesitate to share. It would be greatly appreciated. Next: Part 9 features Ecruteak City.
After That: Part 10 features Mahogany Town and Route 43.
And After That: Part 11 features Route 32 and Mt Mortar