Locations are places in all of The Walking Dead series that combine to make up the settings in which the survivors of the apocalypse traverse through in those series.


The Walking DeadEdit

Location's Image Location's Name Information
Logan airport boston MA Logan Airport, Massachusetts Cynthiana is the hometown of Rick. The story starts with Rick waking up in the Harrison Memorial Hospital, where he discovers the zombies for the first time. After going to his house, he meets fellow survivors, Morgan Jones and Duane Jones.
250px Atlanta Survivor Camp The camp was first seen in Issue 2 and was used as a safe haven for the survivors for about three months with Shane in charge until Rick arrived there. The group left in the RV in Issue 7 after burying Shane. The camp is briefly revisited in Issue 15 when Rick digs up and puts down a reanimated Shane.
250px Wiltshire Estates After leaving the camp, the group comes across a community of houses not far from Atlanta. Its first appearance is in Issue 8. Once they secured one of the houses, they spent the night there. The next day, while scouting and securing another house, they discover that the place has many more zombies than they thought. Suddenly, a huge group of walkers overrun them, taking the life of Donna and forcing the group to leave in Issue 9. The estates are briefly seen again in Issue 15 when Rick passes them on the way to the Atlanta camp.
250px Greene Family Farm Otis takes Rick and an injured Carl to the farm. The rest of the group eventually arrives and Hershel invites them to stay while Carl heals from his wound. Glenn meets Maggie and they begin their relationship. Rick discovers that Hershel has locked his undead family and friends in the barn because Hershel believes they can be cured.
250px The Prison After leaving the Greene's Farm, Rick and the group were running low on food. Dale and Andrea were searching and found the prison over a cliff. The prison is the home for the group of survivors for 6 volumes.
250px Woodbury, Georgia Woodbury, Georgia is a town 52 miles away from Atlanta, Georgia, and 30 miles from Fayetteville, with a pre-plague population of 1,102. In the Novel The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor, it is mentioned there are "about sixty" members of the town.
250px Wal-Mart Wal-Mart is a store located in Woodbury, Georgia. It was used frequently by the survivors of Woodbury as a place to gather supplies. It is also the location where The Governor found his fish tanks.
250px National Guard Station The National Guard station is a fortified Military post that Rick's group visited to gain more weapons in preparation for the upcoming Prison/Woodbury battle.
250px Fr. Gabriel's Church Father Gabriel's Church was a remote church pastured by Fr. Gabriel Stokes. It is the location where most of The Hunters story arc takes place, on the way to Washington, D.C.
250px The Hunters' Base The Hunter's base was a location in an unnamed estate, which included many large homes. Their base was not explored, as the only parts of the base seen, were the garden of a home.
250px Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. is a city outside of the Alexandria Safe-Zone that is used for supply runs, conducted by Heath and Scott, as well as Glenn and others. It was said by Dr. Eugene Porter to be a refugee camp, but it was overrun, similarly to Atlanta.
250px Alexandria Safe-Zone Also known as The Community. It first appears in Issue 69. Alexandria is led by Douglas Monroe, but later Rick assumes control of the community. The Alexandria Safe-Zone is a few blocks of cleared streets in Alexandria, Virginia, about six miles from Washington, D.C. When Rick Grimes' survivor group arrived, Douglas stated that the community had existed for less than a year. Currently, this is the longest lasting location the survivors have lived in. The Alexandria Safe-Zone is the home for the group of survivors for 9 volumes.
250px Hilltop Colony Hilltop Colony, Virginia is a town that Paul Monroe acts as an ambassador for. The town is first mentioned in Issue 92 and first appeared in issue 94. Paul claims it is a farming community of 200 residents, led by a man named Gregory. The town is 20 miles from the Alexandria Safe-Zone. According to Paul, the town has no active weapons, which is why it has a trading network with two other communities. Paul says the town wants a trading network with the Alexandria Safe-Zone also.
250px The Sanctuary The Sanctuary is a location first seen in Issue 104. It is the home of The Saviors, a ruthless antagonistic group led by Negan that Rick and his group must interact with. The location is a large factory, surrounded by a chain-link fence, with a wall of walkers and stone barricades.
250px The Kingdom The Kingdom is a community of survivors led by Ezekiel found in Washington, D.C who are based at a high-school, with a wall of buses and sheets of metal. The safe-zone is encountered in Issue 108. The Kingdom may be based on Eastern High School in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
Slade County Retirement Home This retirement home is found by Magna and other survivors just after the outbreak. It is located between Richmond, Virginia and Washington D.C. The place had a fence, a garden and a greenhouse. Eventually it got crowded and things started going bad, so the group left for D.C.