Coffin Park

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Coffin Park

Crooketon [5, 60]

the Merson Building
(Grigg Heights)
the Langner Building
(Grigg Heights)
the Maidment Building
(Grigg Heights)
Club Bolt Coffin Park a warehouse
the Farley Monument Gorham Row Foreman Drive

Basic Info:

  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.


Who would name a public place of gathering after a freakin' coffin? It's like they knew the zombie apocalypse was coming.


Coffin Park, despite being part of Crooketon, was the home grounds for the local Grigg Heights football team, the Grigg Piggs. Because Grigg Heights had no parkland in their suburb, the team was forced to locate here around the time of Grigg's massive development wave through the 1970s.

The Piggs, despite being a Grigg Heights institution, did not adapt well to the change and crowd numbers declined as the team showed poor results over the years. Fans of the local Crooketon Cats would often come and donate their own bacon to cook on the grounds' game day BBQ and then throw it on the field before a Piggs match.

The Piggs continued to play right up until the quarantine. In fact, their first finals appearance in 32 years was in the 2005 season, a mammoth achievement for the Piggs and their stand-in coach Larry Ryntol, who came in at short notice after the main coach was injured by a handful of bacon thrown at him by accident. Unfortunately, the outbreak cut that season short and the Piggs have not played since.

Current Status


Past News

August 7th, 2007: Drama Club staged a special performance of "Army of Darkness" for zombies at Coffin Park as part of their Border Tour of Malton. The group is traveling clockwise around the border suburbs of Malton with one show in each suburb. Today they performed for the 2 zombies and one very gutsy survivor here as part of this tour. See their group page for performing groups and schedules.

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