If you’re a fan of the hit show Blue Mountain State, you may want to watch as much as you can before it’s removed from Netflix’s streaming service. The comedy series — which was modeled after Penn State and the antics of its college football players — has built a cult following. Fans have even started a Kickstarter-style campaign to bring back the show for a fourth season.
While the show was filmed in several locations in Georgia, there are a few that stand out. One of the most prominent is a marina on Lake Allatoona, which stood in for the fictional University of Blue Mountain State in the show. The marina has a full-service marina, rental boats, and a restaurant. The restaurant, which is still open for business, features signs and other items from the set.
Another location that’s well-known is the Herzberg building on the John Abbott College campus, which doubled as the school in the show. The college is a private institution in northern Mississippi, backed by the Baptist Convention. Its main campus is in the community of Blue Mountain.
Other notable spots from the show include Buckhead’s Chops Lobster Bar, which served as a cigar club in season four, and Best Friend Park in Norcross, which was used for outdoor scenes. If you’re a fan of the show, you should visit these locations before it’s taken off the Netflix service.