Friday the 13th Part 2 was released on May 1st, 1981.
Filming locations include Kent, New Preston, Torrington and Waterbury, CT.
Alice's house, exterior - 47 Central Ave. Waterbury, Ct. 06702
UPDATE: In 2018 the house, along with the two bordering houses were razed. At the time of my visit it was just an empty lot.
Alice's house, interior - 58 High St. Torrington, Ct. 06790
(McCall Center for Behavioral Health)
Jeff's truck get's towed - 9 E. Shore Rd. New Preston, Ct. 06777
Ted greets Jeff & Sandra - 27 Church St. New Preston, Ct. 06777
Jeff, Sandra & Ted driving - Lake Rd. and Woodville Rd. Warren, Ct. 06754
Thanks to Brian Koppel at Reel to Real Movie and TV Locations for sharing this location.
Counselor Training Center - 164 Kenmont Rd. Kent, Ct. 06757
NOTE: The structures in the film were demolished in 2009 and a house now stands in their place.
Jeff & Sandra walk to Camp Crystal Lake - North Spectacle Pond Kent, Ct. 06757
Lake Waramaug Casino - 47 W. Shore Rd. New Preston, Ct. 06777
NOTE: The casino closed down in 1981 and the building burned down in 1982.
The Packanack Lodge and surrounding cabins no longer in existence still makes me an unhappy camper. 🤨😤😟😢😭ReplyDelete
Most surprising is Jason's Shack of all places STILL exists. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cZONm21KIEDelete
Some jackass named Brian deleted the video. Is there another one floating around?Delete
The Lake Waramaug Casino just disappeared!ReplyDelete
Yeah it burned down...Delete
Alice's house (exterior) is no longer there.ReplyDelete
hoping to go over there in a few weeks for first time to check places out.looking forward.will look for jasons shack and everything else should i have some good pictures will post.ReplyDelete
I can't believe how some things have barely changed, and how some have changed a lot. I read where the casino had a fire. I also was wondering what happened to the cabin's and does anyone know if that was a real camp or what? Where is the picture of Jason's shack, it must be a sight after all these yrs>ReplyDelete
It was real, it was a family home. The big main house where they filmed was their summer house, it had no heat. In winter they moved into a smaller house on the property. It was sold and someone built a new house on the property.Delete
It was a family "compound". House where they filmed had no heat so they lived in that during the summer, in winter they moved into a smaller house. It was a long dirt road to get there.it didn't burn, they sold the property and someone tore everything down to build a new house. Jason's shack was near the beginning of the dirt road. You had to go off the road to find it.Delete
Thank you for the info. Were you somehow associated with the family who owned the property?Delete
Which dirt road? Can you describe the shacks location based on one of the maps above?Delete
searched for the shack. definitely does not existReplyDelete
Odd how many buildings ended up burning downReplyDelete
What was Packanack Lodge in the film was still owned by the same owner from when the film was made in the early 80s, up until around 2010. He took great pride in the film being made there and actually had kept the property much as it was during filming, had alot of props that were gifted to him or left behind. He said he'd never sell the property and he kept his word. However, sometime around 2010 he passed away, still living at Laurel Ledge(Packanack Lodge in F13 pt.2). The land is lakefront property and rather valuable unfortunately so after his passing it was sold and the lodge was tore down. I was there in 2007-2008 and it looked much like it did in the movie. Packanack still stood, I walked through and took many pictures plus the small buidling that was Pauls office was still standing. The main building was in good shape, certainly could have been kept up for many years. Now its a summer home for a wealthy family. I believe its been even sold again since as thats how I saw the property after Packanack was razed, it was for sale and is a luxury/vacation home for the wealthy. The realtor on site had no clue about the movie being filmed there and I was there maybe 10 mins. Its still obvious where the old Lodge stood and what was the main drive is still clearly visible. The new home occupies the exact same spot and many of the trees and the landscape is surprisingly still visible. Its clearly site of Packanack and while the buildings are gone, and that made me very sad, It still gave me chills to be there although not quite the same as when I'd been there while the property was still like the movie. I'll see if I can post some of my better pictures. The man that owned the property all those years caught me snooping around, disappointed because I found what I thought may be the entrance to Packanack and asked what I was up to. I told him and he offered to show myself and my young son the property. He was a very nice gentleman and he loved the place more than money for sure. The new home when I was there just a couple years ago was on the market for around 1 million or so. Beautiful home, fancy no doubt and the scenery is stunning but I much prefer the old structures.ReplyDelete