12 Real Twin Peaks Locations You Must See

Showtime announced a new 18-episode reboot of Twin Peaks in May 2017. This was a delight for fans of the 1990s series. Twin Peaks: The Return is 25 years after the original. It features FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, who investigates all new mysteries in the small, Pacific Northwest town. You will love the show and you can visit the locations where it was originally set. Here are 12 of our favorite locations!

1. Twin Peaks Road Entrance A visit to the location where the opening sequence was shot is a must for any trip. You can see Mount Sioff in the distance from Reining Road in Snoqualmie. The "Welcome To Twin Peaks, Population 51201" sign has been removed, but that shouldn"t stop you enjoying the most iconic scene from the show.

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