Fishenden Falls National Park – California (S/F)

Fishenden Falls National Park is a U.S. national park located in Glover County, California. It covers 1,100 square miles, mostly consisting of broadleaf forest and giant sequoia groves, along with some wetland. The park is known for features such as Squires Point, Delmore River, Willara Grove, and Nima Falls.

Behind the Scenes

Fishenden Falls was named by the Jurassic World: Dominion promotional team after Jurassic film fan Thomas Fishenden. Its layout includes an area which was designed to resemble Isla Sorna. The location within the park, Nima Falls, may be a reference to the character Nima Cruz from Jurassic Park: The Game, which the promotional team has referenced in previous viral websites. However, some fans also believe it to be a reference to the social media influencer Nima Nakhshab, who is known for having created fanart posters for the Jurassic films. The promotional team has also referenced famous influencers in the viral marketing. Presumably the other locations within this fictional park are also references to various people, but the web designers have not revealed their identities yet.