Below I’ll try to keep up with releases that fit broadly into the Pacific Northwest (PNW) area of operations since it is fairly popular for flight sim economy type programs. It will be a pretty liberal application of the PNW category - with scenery as far down as California, up through Alaska, into British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and as far east as Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana. Though freeware releases will dominate the list, occasional payware releases may be included.
As scenery is released, I will post a short announcement in the thread as a new message, and place the latest release at the bottom of the proper category to keep the list updated.
I agree. It would be a very nice feature to have auto-updating to upgraded scenery packages. I’ve endeavored to just check their site every day or so and take note of the most recent uploads. It is really weird because prior to MSFS getting up and on its feet, the X-Plane.org site used to have fairly regular updates of bush fields. Now…it is really crickets. I don’t know if people have outright moved totally to MSFS, but the wind has really come out of the sail of much of the scenery development (freeware) for X-Plane the past few months. I do check in over there each day too…but just not a lot popping at the moment.
If you click the ‘Following’ icon on the download page then you get a notification alert when there is a new version available for download. I pop in now and again and have a nice list of things to go update that way (there’s a single ‘notifications’ list up top, sort of like here). It’s worth creating an account just for that.
An alternate version of Ranger Creek (21W). In case you’re counting…this is the 3rd possible variant. One is payware (does not look good), the other two are freeware. This one looks perhaps to be the best of the three with some custom Forestry Service signage and some nice objects…