While also down south, my mom and I took a little trip to Wilmington, North Carolina because that’s where my favorite show, One Tree Hill, was filmed. I’ve been wanting to visit there for years and finally did and seriously was so excited to see all of the filming locations. Below, are all the locations we went too, along with the addresses if any of you get the chance to check them out!
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Lucas and Karen’s House: 1829 Wrightsville Ave. Wilmington, NC
Peyton Sawyer’s House: 1901 Chestnut St. Wilmington, NC
Brooke Davis’ House: 2314 Tattersalls Dr. Wilmington, NC
Tree Hill High School: 610 North Front St. Wilmington, NC
Tric: 1121 South Front St. Wilmington, NC
This was probably one of my favorite filming spots that we visited because there is writing all over the building from One Tree Hill fans commemorating their visit and love for the show.
The River Court: U.S.S. Carolina
The actual basketball court is no longer there sadly but it’s cool to see where it was and the view of the water is breathtaking.
The Bridge: 6th Street Bridge on North St. and Hanover St.
This was another one of my favorite filming spots because of all the mark ups on the bridge from fans.
Karen’s Cafe: Corner of Grace Street and Front Street
The Record Store: 8 Market St. Wilmington, NC
I actually didn’t have this on my list of spots to visit but while exploring the River Front and downtown Wilmington, we stumbled across the Record Store and I am so glad we did. The employees were so kind and helpful about the different filming locations. This cute little shop also uses the sames shirt press that they used to make the costumes for the actual show so I got a Keith’s Auto Shop tee shirt.
The Cracker Jack Table: On the River Front
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This is definitely a trip I’m going to remember and savor for years. It was so cool to see where my favorite show was filmed and Wilmington in general is beautiful to check out. If you have any questions about what we saw or did, just leave them below! Also, check out my other blog posts from the past couple weeks of our visit to South Carolina and Georgia.