Port Lawrence and all the locations where Goosebumps was filmed

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Set in the fictional town of Port Lawrence, Goosebumps was primarily filmed in and around Vancouver, British Columbia.

The series is also a reboot of the beloved, iconic 1990s television series, where each episode was inspired by a specific Goosebumps novel.

Where was Goosebumps filmed

Adapted from R. L. Stine's book series of the same name, the story revolves around five teenagers who, after unintentionally releasing supernatural forces, are forced to unite and regain control over these entities, all while uncovering the hidden secrets of their parents' own teenage years.

Welcome to Port Lawrence and our spoiler-free guide to all the filming locations of Goosebumps.

We will be updating and expanding this report every week, with the locations sorted in order of appearance.

Port Lawrence and the Goosebumps Locations

Port Lawrence
The establishing shot of the Pacific coastal town of Port Lawrence was filmed at the Deep Cove Yacht Club in North Vancouver.

In this image, the Port Lawrence High School was CGI'd into the landscape and some houses were removed to make room for the grass field.
(You can open all the locations on Google Maps by clicking on the links below in the captions ↴)
  Image courtesy of Disney - Map

Port Lawrence High School
The Samuel Robertson Technical Secondary School in Maple Ridge doubled as the Port Lawrence High School.

The school's sports teams are actually called the Titans, and the mascot, Tommy Titan, is also a kind of Greek gladiator, but much less scary.
Image courtesy of Disney - Map

Port Lawrence Goosebumps
One of the key locations in the series is the Port Lawrence Marina.

The Deep Cove North Shore Marina and Rentals cabin served as the Harbor Stop Coffee.
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Goosebumps house
The Goosebumps house is the historic Minnekhada Lodge in Coquitlam.

Completed in 1937, this charming lodge surrounded by the natural beauty of Minnekhada Regional Park offers a rustic yet elegant setting for weddings, events, and gatherings, with stunning views of the park's lush landscapes.
Image courtesy of Disney - Map

Goosebumps Location
Some scenes in the third episode, "The Cuckoo Clock of Doom," featuring James' dupes, were filmed at the Britannia Mine Museum in Britannia Beach.

Housed in a former copper mine, the museum allows visitors to explore the underground tunnels and learn about the development of the mining industry.
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The Cuckoo Clock of Doom
The scenes in the fifth episode, "Reader Beware," look like a sawmill industrial complex in Port Moody or at the mouth of the Squamish River.

Iron Mountain Store
The gas and convenience store in the seventh episode, "Give Yourself Goosebumps," is the Iron Mountain Store in Maple Ridge.
Image courtesy of Disney and Google Maps

Whistler Olympic Park
As Hollywood North Buzz reported, the mountain scenes in the eighth episode, "You Can't Scare Me," were filmed in the area near Whistler Olympic Park in the Callaghan Valley.
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Stay tuned for more location updates on this page!

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1- Anonymous - Oct 14, 2023, 9:51 PM
The main house and interior is Minnekhada Lodge.

   2- Ra Moon - Oct 15, 2023, 5:34 PM
   Thank you, updated!

3- Anonymous - Oct 24, 2023, 6:20 PM
A lot of the school scenes inside and outside the school is David Thompson Secondary in Vancouver!

4- Anonymous - Feb 19, 2024, 5:31 PM
On February 22 all the set decor and wardrobe are to be auctioned off in Langley, BC, by Able Auctions. There is a huge warehouse full of stuff.


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