A view of the Park.
is the main location of
. It consists of a playground, a field, a water fountain, a
, a dome was played on top of the park by the dome scientists where they converted the park into a ship and the park, along with the main characters, are sent into space, along with other parks on Earth in the finale. In
, the park functions as a space ship.
In the series finale, the park goes back to its rightful place after three years of its sudden departure from Earth. Twenty-five years later, Mr. Maellard joins his son in the afterlife and it is assumed that Benson is now also Mr. Maellard's successor as the owner of the Park now. It is also the place, all the characters celebrate 25 years of park reunion.
Mr. Maellard (deceased)
Curtis Montgomery (founder of the park, deceased)
Benson (fired briefly once)
Skips (also acts as groundskeeper)
Pam (co-manager with Benson)
Pops (acts as groundskeeper) (deceased)
Skips (fired briefly once)
A zebra resembling Mordecai
A hedgehog resembling Rigby
An overweight man resembling Muscleman
An anthropomorphic tree resembling Hi Five Ghost
Benson (when Susan was manager)
Johnathon Kimble (deceased)
Pops (manager) (deceased)
Hi Five Ghost (fired briefly twice/left)
Muscle Man (fired briefly three times/left)
Mordecai (fired briefly five times/left)
Rigby (fired briefly seven times/left)
Curtis Montgomery (Founder)
Eileen (unofficial member as of Season 8) (left)
The Park's Chores
Picking up the Special Entertainment.
Lots and lots of cleaning, including Mr. Maellard's limo, windows, sweeping stairs, etc.
Painting the house's sides ( appears briefly in " Benson Be Gone").
Lawn mowing, there are very strict guidelines even up to 1 inches in order to prevent lawsuits on games in grassfields.
Cleaning the fountain.
Cleaning the gutters.
Transporting rocks to available storage space.
Cement laying around square areas.
Raking the leaves, hedgeclipping, picking up litter.
Pouring water over many masses of dirt or leaves that make things filthier than it needs to be.
Setting up the chairs.
Snack Bar duty.
Driving away someone who thinks he's a knight who made a fortress out of mattresses and refuses to leave the park.
Clean up anything that was damage of property.
Cleaning up graffiti.
Picking up roadkill.
Cleaning up the Golf Cart.
Getting rid of the possums in the attic.
Raking the sand in the park rock garden.
Fixing the cart ( accomplished by Skips).
The park employees are constantly raking up fallen leaves despite the trees appearing green in every episode.
The park is either demolished or severely damaged by Mordecai and Rigby, which is a running gag throughout the entire series.
As the full view of the park indicates, the park seems to be in the center of town.
The size of the park is constantly changing throughout episodes, ranging from being a small square area within the town to a large valley-like expanse of land complete with forests.
The Park's address is Park AV 300.
The entire lawn is in constant need of cutting, as most episodes that feature any of the park employees maintaining the park and has at least two of them mowing the lawn.
Despite the park having many locations, there are rarely visitors at the park. This is possibly because there are many unusual events happening at the park, so no one wants to get hurt or involved.
There was, at one time, a raffle held every year. It may still occur.
East Pines is the park's rival.
The Park has been lifted off the ground 3 times in the series, once in " Saving Time", and once in " The Real Thomas", and in " Rigby's Graduation Day Special"
There is a running gag that whenever the park is being destroyed or attacked, the fountain is usually broken.
A majority of the former park workers are deceased.
Although, it's the main setting of the series it has no name, but East Pines is a recurring setting and it has a name.
Areas of the Park