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The Walking Dead Filming Locations You Can Visit, Season 2 – #TWD Road Trip



As promised, we have followed up our coverage of The Walking Dead Filming Locations You Can Visit, Season 1 – #TWD Road Trip.

Tourist Meets Traveler is covering the tracks of AMC’s zombie-infested series and you can go on the ultimate TWD road trip with these The Walking Dead filming locations you can visit. Below, you’ll find the destinations from season 2.

The Church – Senoia, Georgia

Remember the church Rick, and gang check out when they hear bells ringing, hoping it’s little lost Sophia? The sign on the show says it’s Southern Baptist Church of the Holy Light, but it’s actually Mount Moriah Baptist Church – formerly Bethel United Methodist Church. You’ll find this gem on 2325 Luther Bailey Road. Remember, as we’ve stated before, this is place you can visit, but use good judgement and respect.

FEMA Camp – Newnan, Georgia

After Carl is shot and taken in by a reluctant Hershel, Shane and Otis attempt to salvage supplies from a FEMA camp overran by walkers. This was filmed at Newnan High School. Peek at the library where Shane and his doomed help fight their way into the school. Stop at the parking lot on the corner of Waterworks and LaGrange Street to see where the bulk of the camp was set.

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Cherokee Rose House – Rover, Georgia

Daryl, venturing out on his own to find Sophia, finds this gorgeous old home. It’s abandoned, but he does finds signs that someone might have camped out in the home including recently eaten food and bedding tucked away. The actual home is still standing and abandoned on W. McIntosh Road, directly across the intersecting Quail Road.

Steve’s Pharmacy – Sharpsburg, GA

On a supply run, Glenn and Maggie visit the pharmacy. Glenn picks up a pregnancy test and condoms, and Maggie puts one of them to use. In reality, you’ll find the shop on 58-98 Main Street.

Daryl’s Near Death Experience – Palmetto, Georgia

During Daryl’s solo adventure to find Sophia, he manages to tumble down a ravine which results in being impaled by his own arrow, hallucinations of his lost brother, Merle, and an encounter with a walker who has a foot fetish. This was filmed at Cochran Mill Nature Center. Be prepared to hike to get to the exact area. Proper footwear and water are a must. There is a footpath, but you’ll be trekking several miles.

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The Carriage Bar – Sharpsburg, Georgia

Shane unleashes Hershel’s secret and the farmer comes to terms with what is really happening. Coping by reverting to old habits, Hershel goes to The Carriage Bar to drink his cares away. Rick and Glenn follow him, but they soon find they aren’t alone. You’ll find the fictional tavern at Terrentine Rd and Main Street.

The Season 2 Finale Camp Site – Senoia, Georgia

Things bust loose at the farm and herd of walkers make this season closer a punch-packing episode. The Ricktatership begins and the reunited group manages to make camp after running out gas. You can visit the exact spot via Elders Mill Road Waterfall and Campsite on 1739 Elders Mill Rd. It’s private property, but for rather nominal fee, you can tour the spot after arranging a visit.

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  1. Heather says

    I’ve always wanted to be on a movie set. The plot sounds interesting. So interesting about the abandoned home.

  2. Uplifting Families says

    I would love to watch a video production one of these days. However, nor sure if that will ever happen. I love all of the cool, remote places that they filmed The Walking Dead.

  3. Debbie Denny says

    Adding this to the list for my granddaughter. She will love to visit.

  4. Lisa says

    Huge walking dead fan! This is awesome!

  5. Rebel Sweetheart says

    Am I the only person who does not watch this show? Haha. My husband and even my six-year-old watch this, though, and are very much into it. 🙂

  6. Rosey says

    I think this is the show my son and his wife are so into. I’ll have to ask them! 🙂

  7. lisa says

    I love love love the Walking Dead. I would love to check out these places.

  8. Hezzi-D says

    It’s awesome there are so many locations to visit. TWD is fabulous!

  9. Holly @ Woman Tribune says

    This is so cool! I had no idea that the Walking Dead was filming in so many real locations. Most of the time I just assume it’s a studio. This is neat, though, and I would totally love to visit these places. Any time I find myself in or around Georgia!

  10. Lexie Lane says

    So cool! We are big fans! I’ll definitely be checking these places out if I’m ever in Georgia!

  11. Stefani Tolson says

    I haven’t ever seen this show but I have heard it is good. I like that you posted these places for fans to go see.

  12. Lisa Rios says

    The locations are absolutely great, the Cherokee Rose House in particular looks gorgeous but more of a home that we see in thriller or horror movies. I would love watching a movie location sometime with my family.

  13. Eliz Frank says

    Very interesting to visit a set filled with actors playing dead people. I don’t watch scary movies so I’d probably stay away… 🙂

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