Evermore Park Construction, Creatures & Antiques

Evermore Medieval Festival

February 6th, 2018


Evermore continues to spring from the ground like an amazing forgotten world brought to life. To stay up to date, please follow us on our social media channels, and subscribe to our Newsletter, The Evermore Chronicle. Structures such as the Evermore Confectionery, Glasshouse and Tavern are coming alive and are seeing more and more detail everyday. You can almost hear the whispers of legend and forgotten treasures already coming from inside the Tavern walls. Concrete foundations have also been laid for our Mausoleum and Burrows as well.


We are also beginning to see lovely foliage dot the Evermore landscape, including two new beautiful Colorado Spruces that were just introduced to the park, and this is only the beginning! There are many more magnificent plants and trees to come as we bring life to our gardens!


With so much exciting work being done at our Creative Studio, we simply needed more room, and the shop has now officially moved into their new space. That means more square footage, more machines to build monsters and more molds to bring characters to life that would make any Hollywood production jealous.

Many of these amazing denizens continue to take shape, including our Puka creature who has received its final moldings. Production is also moving along with characters such as the “Fae King”, Goblin Hero, and vicious Dark Blood creatures who will soon haunt the shadowy corners of Evermore’s ever growing universe.

The intricate sculptures that will be highlighted throughout the park also continue to move forward at a rapid pace. Below you can find a video link to get a glimpse into the mind of Cory Clawson, our incredibly talented Evermore Sculptor.


The ancient antiques mentioned in our last newsletter have arrived from Europe! It’s truly incredible to see these real pieces of history being prepared to help bring the park to life. Items received include stone columns, headstones, chandeliers, ancient books, hand-carved furniture, a giant metal cauldron and an old concrete wishing well, just to name a few. Take a look at some of the photos below to catch a glimpse at some of these incredible, one-of-a-kind items. So much of Evermore will be “real” in the truest sense of the word!


We are so excited to share the progress of the park with you. To stay up to date, please follow us on our social media channels, and subscribe to our Newsletter, The Evermore Chronicle.

Until next time!

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