Copperdale World Secrets And Features | The Sims 4 Guide
This guide will provide you with everything you need to know about Copperdale World Secrets And Features in The Sims 4.
The cooper dale lush world comes with the high school years expansion pack. It’s made up of three areas, totaling four lots. You’re going to know everything that this world offers. This world is not bad but it just feels a little undercooked.
1- Plumbite Cove
Let’s start with the most eventful neighborhood plumbite cove.
It features a central theme park surrounded by lush coastal residential areas on either side. To the left of the theme park, facing it from the water, this area supports a rocky shoreline with a fishing spot, and the winding paths inland can be a great place for your sims to go jogging.
There are lots of cute flowers to run through and even a bench or two to stop and sit at.
It’s a good place to scout for collectibles as well.
There’s a snapdragon plant towards the back of the area.
Also in the same area, you’ll notice a stream and if you follow it around, it will lead to a rather cool hangout area, with a couch.
It can be a great spot for rebellious teenagers to visit or even homeless sims.
The makeshift plant bridge and nearby graffiti set the scene.
If you have the outdoor retreat gang pack or the snowy escape expansion pack, then you can even consider setting up a tent and camping there.
To the right of the theme park is more of the same with a few notable spots. Firstly along the shoreline, there’s a little jetty
And at the end, there’s a nice little area where you can hang out with another sim.
There’s also a small swimmable lagoon or lake which can just feel very private and a little bit romantic and it even has a fishing spot.
Just up from this little sanctuary is a space with lots of beautiful purple flowers too.
For the theme park, the space outside the entry point is rather uneventful but there’s also a sneaky sideways in and near this sideway in our bathrooms because there are none inside the theme park.
Right near the main entrance is a photo booth which is great for the memories, well the memories and high-risk high reward woohoo. Now there are three rides in the park: the cuddle carts, the haunted house, and the Ferris wheel.
Now you can ride solo but you should do it with another sim.
These are rabbit hole interactions but thankfully when you ride them, there’s a chance that you’ll get a text pop-up event and if riding with another sim, then this can affect your friendly or romantic relationship with them.
It can also help you to discover their romantic orientation or even spark sims to have various sentiments about one another such as forming a crush or even getting suspicious or trusting sentiments of each other depending on how you react to the text pop-ups.
On top of this riding rides can occasionally grant various moodlets and if riding the rides doesn’t excite your sim then maybe riding something else on the rides will. That’s right, all three of the rides are woohoo locations.
Note that woohoo on the right can give text pop-up journeys which can make it a little bit more fun. Also at the amusement park, there is an ice cream store that occasionally opens so that your sims can get their sugar fix. There’s a food court-style area too that features a food stall as well as a performance space and a chess set.
It’s also worth mentioning that you can swim in the water around the theme park and although you can visit the amusement park at any time, atmosphere-wise it does come to life at night and make for a great setting to snap some pictures while out with family or friends.
2- Prescott Square.
Now moving on to the Prescott square neighborhood.
Overall it feels a little bit like a hub within a moderately populated town while a lot of it is just buildings that you can’t interact with.
There are some cool points of interest too. Notably the rather large and gorgeous park near the library.
There’s a gazebo-style building with a bench that overlooks a sparkling pond, as well as a minor statue which is a nice nod to the world’s history.
There’s also some play equipment and even a cool fountain with chess set nearby a little up from the park
There’s a small communal dining area with a few tables and chairs and there are toilets nearby as well.
From the toilets, a large path leads to a secluded residential lot, a country-style mini-mansion.
Now if you head over to the area filled with lots of buildings, there’s a cute spot with a food stall and some outdoor dining options that can make for a nice date location, especially with the outdoor lights that come to life at night.
The neighborhood also features a walking path along the shoreline with a small and admittedly rather dull picnic area connected to it and along this shoreline, you’ll also notice a haunted house.
There’s a winding path that leads to this house and at night, this spot will become extra spooky with fog all around and non-interactable ghosts that appear.
3- Rock Ridge Heights.
Now the final area is the rock ridge heights.
It is made up of only two lots of copper dale high school and its associated auditorium.
So you’re not really living here but rather just visiting whenever your teen sims go to school and that’s probably a good thing.
To the left of the school is a car park which to its credit does feature some very colorful parking spots. To the right of the school is what you would call an outdoor assembly area.
Across the road, there is a small building with a few vending machines and a bathroom out the front.
Finally out the back behind the school, there is a large track and field oval.
It seems very exciting until you realize that the only interactable features in the large space are the permanently stationed cheerleading mat and the bathrooms. You can’t have your sims jog around the clearly marked out track.
The redeeming feature here is that often school-related events will happen on the field such as the football and cheerleading team sports days which gives you a decent reason to actually go and visit here.