Greentown [30, 70]
- "You are standing in Tribe Park."
- Rarely, flare guns, Flak Jackets, Spray cans and, during December, fir trees - though these may now have been removed.
Tribe Park cannot be barricaded, so it is not included in the Greentown barricade policy.
Before the outbreak, Tribe Park was simply a regular suburban park. Visitors and patients of nearby St. George's Hospital frequently got some fresh air here, and some people even buried the dead, although the council refused designating it a Cemetery. Just before the outbreak, in early 2003, it was the site of protests of the Invasion of Iraq, along with several other parks in Greentown. Post outbreak, Tribe Park is forgotten. People passing through Greentown forget about it's history, and usually are found passing through it on the way to the hospital.