Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives




Friday the 13th Part VI was released on August 1st, 1986.
Filming locations include Covington, Madison and Rutledge, GA.


Forest Green County Sheriff Dept. - 1174 Monticello St. SW Covington, Ga. 30014





Sheriff Garris chases Tommy - Daniel Morgan Rd. and Fairplay Rd. Rutledge, Ga. 30663





Eternal Peace Cemetery - Academy St. and W. Central Ave. Madison, Ga. 30663
(New Covington Cemetery)





Karloff's General Merchandise - 2nd Ave. and Old Starrsville Rd. Covington, Ga. 30014


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Hairy turn - Fairplay Rd. and Old Mill Rd. Rutledge, Ga. 30663




Camp Forest Green - Daniel Morgan Rd. and Fairplay Rd. Rutledge, Ga. 30663
(Camp Daniel Morgan at Hard Labor Creek St. Park)


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12 comments:

  1. Wow i cant believe karloffs isnt a protected national registry place.

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  2. Went to Daniel Morgan back in May. Got a key to all the cabins and the kitchen and dining hall from the Hard Labor Creek park office. The camp looks pretty much the same as in the movie. The main differences are that the cabins are now gray instead of brown and a lot of the trees have been cleared. It looks way more wooded in the movie. Spooky place even in broad daylight! I figured out that the dining hall was actually the building used for the girls cabin and NOT the other end of the building used for the boys cabin as some have said. In the movie, the girls cabin has a fireplace. There is no fireplace in the building that served as the boys cabin on either end. In fact it is my opinion that the dining hall was actually used for the interior of both the girls and boys cabins and that the building used for the boys cabin was only used an an exterior shot to make you believe there were two separate cabins. In the movie, notice when Sheriff Garris runs into Nancy outside the boys cabin. The boys are all standing outside on the steps with the door open and you can clearly see that there are no beds inside the cabin. The Sheriff then leads them up toward the dining hall (girls cabin). This is a very cool place to visit. A must for any Friday the 13th fan!

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  3. Went to the Camp last night with my wife for a "Under the Moon Kayak Tour"! The Kayak guide took us to the dock of this famous scene from Friday the 13th Part 6. I was in heaven! As an 80's Horror movie fan, it did not get any better. I plan on going back to Camp Daniel Morgan to take pics during the day. I suggest any fan of the series to take the Kayak Tour that the park offers. The tour guide shows you lots of historical spots and is very informative!
    Josh Teal

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  4. How are you able to visit?

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  5. When did you go in 2019?

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    1. I just got back a couple of weeks ago. There was an event held there where we camped, screened the movie onsite, and played camp games over the weekend. Was a great weekend! Can't wait to go back.

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    2. I saw that and considered attending but the tickets were all sold out. I bet it was a blast though!

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  7. When visiting the camp, do indeed go to the Hard Labor Creek office. It's easy to find as there are several signs directing you to it when you enter the park. Not only can you get a key to every building at Camp Daniel Morgan BUT ALSO ASK FOR A SITE MAP of the camp!!! It will show you everything, including a tiny walking trail through the woods that leads to the outdoor "amphitheater" where the kids were shouting, "YES!" to the question, "Does he think I'm a fart head?" It's tough to find without a site map. Plus it's just a good souvenir of your visit.

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  8. Where is this camp site located? I pretty much know the Covington area just not sure where this is located.

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    1. Inside Hard Labor Creek State Park - if you go to the park office, they’ll give you the keys (if the Camp isn’t already reserved for something that weekend) and directions. If you put Camp Daniel Morgan in Google Maps, it’ll take you to the front drive of the Camp. It’s gated but the park office will give you the code as well.

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  9. I think I got it now. Looks familiar in the pictures the picnic area and road to the campsite, IF it's the correct one I think I went with a group of people from Atlanta Job Corps Center back in 1996. I think we had a bomb threat at that time so they took a bunch of us in a bus to the camp site, All I can really remember is the trail walk and if I am talking about the correct one there were signs posted at one part of the lake "NO SWIMMING ALLOWED" I wished I took pictures but I never did but I do remember being inside the building where the picnic tables were and being no doors and there were windoes. Cabins were off limits to go inside they were either being cleaned after campers went home. I really don't remember a whole lot it's been a really long time.

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