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Forks Area & "Twilight" Films

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We might be going to Washington in August and I just found out that Forks and LaPush is the "Twilight" area. My niece will be with us and she is a big fan. Is it worth the extra driving to get over to this area? Was anything actually filmed in these areas or is it just based off the looks of this area? Are the town and area names really used in the movies or books?

I have only seen the first film and did not care for it, so I do not know all the details. The Forks website has "Twilight" points of interest: http://www.forkswa.com/twilight

There is also a "Twilight" tour that gets great reviews on TripAdvisor: http://twilighttoursinforks.com/take-the-tour-2/

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