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Raccoon Park was an attraction within the former midwestern mountain community of Raccoon City, located to the very north of the city, on the west bank of the Circular river.

The Raccoon General Hospital and Saint Michael Clock Tower were to the immediate south and southwest. Across the river were Umbrella's Incineration Disposal Plant P-12A and a junkyard.

 

 

While relatively small in size, Raccoon Park fulfilled many features. The southern part was a plaza for citizens to meet at; the north was a cemetery, and the east a pathway crossing the ponds towards a suspension bridge.

Below are some locations found within the Raccoon Park:

  • Park street
  • Patrol room
  • Front plaza
  • Park Fountain
  • Sewer
  • Cemetery
  • Cemetery cabin
  • Graveyard Cabin Storeroom
  • Operations room
  • Pond passage
  • Woodland path
  • Suspension bridge

In the leadup to the U.S.S. Alpha Team attack on Dr. William Birkin, the t-Virus had been slowly pouring out into Raccoon City in what became known as the Raccoon City Destruction Incident. Several residents were infected with the virus and collapsed into comas; mistaken for dead, they later rose from their graves on October 1, 1998. The cemetery itself was destroyed that day by a burrowing Grave Digger, which caused the ground to subside. Umbrella had set up a radio station in a nearby cabin at some earlier point in September, intent on relaying orders to Monitor agents from Umbrella HQ.

 

Meanwhile, at the eastern side, a UBCS Delta Platoon's Alpha Squad moved through the Hunter γ dominated pond area to search for the Nemesis-T Type.

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