Last month, my girlfriend Savannah and I took a road trip with our pups, Hunter and Chloe, to explore all The Dukes of Hazzard filming locations in Georgia. We visited more than 20 filming locations on our self-guided tour and were happy to find most of the original structures still standing. The Boar’s Nest, Uncle Jesse’s Farm, Hazzard Square, as well as many of the famous jump sites, were some of our favorite spots to visit.
On July 1, 2014. I published a blog post titled “The Dukes of Hazzard: Then and Now – 35 Years Later” to share our journey through Hazzard County with family, friends, and all the fans of the show. The blog post includes a lot of information about the first 5 episodes filmed on location in Georgia, tons of then-and-now photos, and a couple of mash-up videos. If you haven’t done so already, check it out!
So, as I do with all of my filming location tours, I put together an itinerary for those individuals who are interested in taking a trip through Hazzard County some day.
The Travel Summary below includes all the necessary information you will need to plan your trip. The next page includes a list of all the filming location addresses, along with links to their locations via Google Maps. The last page includes a list of notable scenes filmed at each location.
Have a great time!
Number of filming locations visiting: 21
Number of towns visiting: 7
Number of counties visiting: 5
Estimated travel time: 3 hours
Estimated sightseeing time (pictures, videos, lunch, etc.): 4 hours
Total estimated trip time: 7 hours
Estimated travel miles: 134.6
Tour date: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Departure time: 11:30 a.m.
Approximate return time: 6:30 p.m.