Unfortunately, Tremors 1, 2, 3 and 4 were shot mostly on private land in Southern California. There is no access to the general public for most of the locations. A small exception is the area of large boulders seen in Tremors 1. If you drive the paved and dirt roads west of Lone Pine, CA, you will be in the general area where we shot the end of the movie. If you’re diligent, you’ll discover the narrow spot where the road workers were killed. Someone at the Lone Pine movie museum may be able to help you find that one.
I’m pretty sure the boulder where Val, Earl and Rhonda spent the night is a real one. But it’d be pretty difficult to figure out now, all these years later, which one it was. All I can say is it is probably near one of the dirt roads that go through the area. Maybe if you drove around with a frame-grab from the movie, and a really good eye for shapes…?
The rocks on which they did their pole vaulting were fake (built by our production designer’s team) and are no longer there).
If you drive the dirt roads east of Lone Pine, you will be in the general area where Val and Earl fell off their horses and where the Graboid crashed into the concrete drainage ditch wall. Nothing remains of the sets, and we have no records of the exact locations, so even we probably couldn’t these exact spots today.
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