Park Management is the tool players will use to keep a close eye on their park's progress. There are massive amounts of information that can be gathered here in regards to finances, research, marketing, staff, attractions, shops, and guests.Players will be able to tell at a glance what the overall health of their park is. This information will help guide them to making better decisions to increase guest happiness.
The overview window is the quickest way to see how well the park is doing. This view contains several windows, each with information regarding all available tabs.
Guest Summary - From here, players can see what how many of each guest type is currently in the park. Groups include Adults, Teens, and Family. The bar below shows the overall happiness of all the guests. For more detailed information, use the Guests tab.
Top Guest Thoughts - This will relay the most commonly occurring guest thoughts from the guests currently in the park. These can be good or bad depending on how many guests are thinking it. For in-depth information, use the Guests tab.
Staff Summary - This panel shows how many of each staff type you have hired, as well as their average happiness. To view more in-depth details, use the Staff tab.
Finance Summary - This section details the most profitable ride and facility in your park. It also includes monthly financial situation. For more detailed information, use the Finance tab.
Rides & Attractions Summary - This will give the player a quick view of how many rides and shops are currently in the park and which attraction is currently the most popular. For more details, use the Attractions and Shops tab.
Marketing & Research Summary - This field will show different information about the park's research and marketing costs, if any. For more details, use the Marketing tab.
This panel contains a graph of multiple different pieces of information, all recorded at the end of each month. Your park must be open for at least 3 months before the graph will appear. Multiple options to change the appearance and information can be used.
The ticket prices panel is where ticket prices can be adjusted, closing and opening times can be set, and leaving guest thoughts can be found. Sales, visitors, and missed sales last month are under this tab, as well as the total number of guests who have ever entered your park.
Opening Times - This section allows the player to set opening and closing times for the park.
Entrance Ticket Prices (Per Guest) - These fields allow adjustments to the prices of the Standard and Family tickets, as well as set the cost for Priority Passes.
Park Capacity - The singular field here allows management of the maximum amount of guests allowed in your park. When enabled, it can be set to a maximum of one million.
Leaving Guest Thoughts - The thoughts below are what guests leaving the park think.
The park statistics panel shows different statistics about the park, like Park Rating and if guest Happiness is going up or down.
Park Statistics - Contains information about the general ratings, bonuses, and Happiness of guests.
- Ride Rating
- Scenery Rating
- Park Balance Bonus
- Marketing Bonus
- Guest Happiness
- Park Rating
Misc Statistics - This section details miscellaneous information about coasters, how long the park has been open, and how many litres of vomit the park has had.
- Biggest Drop
- Fastest Coaster
- Longest Coaster
- Total Length of All Coasters
- Total Park Lifespan Guests
- Total Park Lifespan Vomit
- Number of Months Since Park Opened
The Finances window contains information about the balance and loans of the park. A graph of cash flow can also be used to visualize if the park is succeeding.
This window shows information about profit and losses from multiple different sources around the park. The three most recent months are shown, along with the averages for every month the park was open.
Rides and Tickets - The expenses and income of rides and coasters that are open in the park.
- Ride Ticket Sales
- Coaster Ticket Sales
- Ride Running Costs
- Coaster Running Costs
- Priority Pass Sales
- Park Entrance Ticket Sales
Shops and Facilities - The income/expenses of shops and facilities around the park.
- Shop Sales
- Facility Sales
- Shop and Facility Running Costs
Park Management - The cost of staff, scenery, research, and loan interest.
- Staff Wages
- Scenery Running Costs
- Triggered Scenery Costs
- Loan Monthly Payments
- Research Costs
- Marketing Costs
- Loan Interest Payments
- Ride Rebranding
Profit - The total cash the park has made/lost, before construction or other cash.
Construction Costs - The cost of construction, terraforming, and refurbishment.
- Ride Construction
- Scenery Construction
- Shop and Facility Construction
- Path Construction
Other Cash - Miscellaneous income/expenses that have occurred.
- Loan Cash Received
- Loan Cash Paid Off
- Cash Rewards
Cash Flow - The overall cash the park has gained/lost this month.
In this window, the park can choose between five different loans, pay off current loans, and adjust monthly loan payments. Information about total monthly payments, the number of loans, the amount borrowed, and total interest paid can also be found here. Each loan has a different interest rate, and have different advantages.
In the Graphs window of the Finances tab, information like cash flow can be found and visualized. Multiple options, including what data the graph uses, are available to change how the graph looks.
This tab allows the park to research new rides, shops, and facilities, adjust the monthly cost of research, pause or cancel research, and view the history of all research.
The Research window is where new facilities and rides are researched, and where current research can be paused or the monthly price can be adjusted. Information about the current monthly research cost, the number of research projects, the number of new items available for research, and the total cost of all research is also on this window. Each research project has a different minimum and maximum cost.