You Can Actually Visit Jack’s Bar From ‘Virgin River’ in Real Life

  • Season 3 of Virgin River premiered on July 9.
  • Fans have fallen in love with the town itself, and now want to know where the show is filmed.

    Virgin River has all the makings for the ultimate comfort watch: a storybook romance, Hallmark-level drama, and a quaint yet cozy backdrop. If you can look beyond Mel and Jack’s obvious chemistry (it’s hard, we know), you’ll be met with sweeping views of redwood trees and surrounding mountain ranges, along with local staples like Jack’s bar and Doc Mullins’ clinic. The gorgeous scenery alone may inspire some fans to a take a trip out west in hopes of experiencing the town’s charm in real life, but this begs the question: Is Virgin River a real place?

    Before the show’s release, the author of the Virgin River book series, Robyn Carr, confirmed that the show is merely a figment of the imagination. “It’s idealized, it’s utopian, it’s the perfect small town. People always write and say, ‘Where is it? I want to go there,’ and I have to remind them that it only exists in our hearts and minds,” she told Entertainment Weekly. In her eyes, Virgin River can be just about anywhere if you try hard enough: “But to further that thought, we can have that sense of community in our own neighborhood or school or church group or community center or library association. All we have to do is try to create it.”

    In this video, Carr describes Virgin River as “a character” since everyone in the fictional town needs to “rely on each other.”


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    The Virgin River, a town of only 600 people, that Carr created in the books and TV show is set in northern California — but Netflix isn’t loyal to the Golden State for filming purposes. The show is actually filmed in Vancouver and select areas in British Columbia, such as Snug Cove in Bowen Island, Burnaby, or Port Coquitlam, as revealed by Country Living.

    Mel and Jack catch up at Jack’s Bar.



    The exterior of Jack’s Bar, which is the town’s unofficial meeting spot, is reportedly Watershed Grill in Brackendale, located north of Vancouver on the Squamish River. All interior scenes, however, are shot at a local studio.

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    The other town landmarks — Doc’s clinic, Mel’s cabin, and Paige’s Bakeway — are located throughout the Vancouver area. The scenes at Doc’s clinic are reportedly filmed in an actual house in the historic Queen’s Park of New Westminster, which was recently listed for $2.3 million.

    It’s important to note that the Virgin River is indeed an actual body of water in the United States — a small tributary of the Colorado River. Technically speaking, that means you can visit Virgin River … but without Jack, Mel, and everything else that makes the show what it is.

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