The camp is first seen in Issue 2 and is used as a safe haven for the survivors for about three months with Shane in charge until Rick arrives there. The group leaves 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.
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 secure one of the houses, they spend 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.
Otis takes Rick and an injured Carl, Rick's son, to the farm. The rest of the group eventually arrives and Hershel Greene, the farmer who resides on the property, invites them to stay while Carl heals from his wound. Glenn meets Maggie, Hershel's daughter, 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.
After leaving the Greene farm, Rick and the group run low on food. Dale and Andrea go out in search of sustenance and find this prison over a cliff. The prison is the home for the group of survivors for 6 volumes.
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 that there are "about sixty" members of the town.
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 is said by Dr. Eugene Porter to be a refugee camp, but it was overrun, similarly to Atlanta.
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's group arrives, Douglas states that the community has existed for less than a year. Currently, this is the longest lasting location the survivors have lived in. The Alexandria Safe-Zone has been the home for the group of survivors for 11 volumes.
Hilltop Colony, Virginia, is a town for which Paul Monroe acts as an ambassador. The town is first mentioned in Issue 92 and first appears in Issue 94. Paul claims that 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 as well.
The Sanctuary is a location first seen in Issue 104. It is the home of the Saviors, a ruthless antagonistic group led by Negan with which Rick and his group must interact. The location is a large factory, surrounded by a chain-link fence, with a wall of walkers and stone barricades. Following the fall of Negan at the hands of Rick and his people, Dwight, a former follower of Negan, took up leadership over a much gentler regime.
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. Following the death of Ezekiel at the hands of Alpha, the leader of the Whisperers, leadership of the Kingdom remains unknown.
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..
The Whisperers' camp is located near the Hilltop. It is first seen in Issue 140 when Carl joins Lydia, Alpha's daughter, to the camp alongside other Whisperers. According to Alpha, her group has no camp and does not take camp, for "[t]he trees are [the Whisperers'] shelter. [They] huddle together for warmth. [They] survive as [they] were meant to."
Harrison Memorial Hospital is located in King County, Georgia. It is the town's local hospital and it is where Rick is brought after he is shot. Some time after the outbreak started the military began evacuating and executing patients and hospital staff alike. About 59 days after the start of the global outbreak, Rick wakes up and finds the hospital in a run down state, with no signs of any survivors.
King County Sheriff's Department is where deputy officers Rick Grimes and Shane Walsh work along with other deputy officers such as Lambert Kendal and Leon Basset. After the apocalypse, Rick and Morgan Jones, along with his son, Duane, stop by the police station for weapons, supplies, and a refreshing hot shower.
This is a farm that Rick encounters on his journey to Atlanta. Rick looks through the farm house window to see a family who committed suicide. This is where Rick finds his horse and sets out to Atlanta.
Atlanta is the capital city of the state of Georgia, and was inhabited by half a million people before the outbreak. As the undead rose, the government and army advised people to seek the larger cities for protection, yet were unable to handle the dire situation. The army failed to hold the infected back, resulting in the majority of its populants to become undead. Soon after the outbreak, as a final, desperate attempt to contain the outbreak, napalm bombs were dropped on the city, though with minimal effects.
Fort Benning is a U.S. Army base 125 miles away from the city of Atlanta in Georgia. It is first mentioned by Shane to Rick and the other survivors that the base is a better choice over the CDC for shelter in the episode "Wildfire".
The high school was like any other secondary high school institution where teenage students would attend in the rural area to learn. The school is fairly large due to the location of being in a rural area. The school's team is the Cougars.
Located in a small suburban town near Hershel's farm, this is the only known pharmacy in the area. The store has several drugs and medicines that the public might need which are located behind the counter. After the outbreak, the owner, presumably Steve, left a sign in the window offering up his goods for free for the good of survivors.
Shane asks Andrea to help him follow up on a lead to Sophia's whereabouts and the two drive up to the suburban community. Though no walkers appear at first and the area seems to be completely abandoned, the residence is soon revealed to have been hit by the epidemic dead as Shane and Andrea get chased out.
The bar seems to feature an old western saloon type theme as seen from both the inside and outside of the bar and is located near Hershel's farm. It is the location of a shootout between Rick, his group and the group known as "the Living".
This prison is first seen in the season 2 finale episode "Beside the Dying Fire", indicating that the survivors having abandoning Hershel's farm will make their way to this location next. The survivors make it their home in season 3. They live there for about 7 months before a brutal and destructive attack by the Governor forces them to flee.
The zombie capture area, also known as the "pits", is a location used by Woodbury. It is based just outside of Woodbury. Its main purpose is to capture walkers for the Governor to use against the Rick's group at the prison.
Verlin's Feed & Seed Co. is a farming business in rural Georgia, located near Woodbury, Georgia, and the West Georgia Correctional Facility. This location is the meeting spot for the Governor and Rick to negotiate for peace, and later to hand over Michonne as a part of the peace deal.
The Big Spot, stylized as Big Sp!t, was a supermarket. When the apocalypse began, a military outpost was set up at the entrance of the store but was later abandoned. A group involving Daryl, Michonne, Sasha, Tyreese, Glenn, and a few others find the store and use it to scavenge supplies.
Located 8 miles south of the prison, this neighborhood is a group of about 10 or so large detached residential properties where Carol Peletier and Rick run into Sam and hunt for medical supplies and food.
Rural housing estate located half a day's walk from the prison. During their stay here, Rick recovers from the prison destruction; Carl hunts supplies, loses a shoe, and gorges on pudding; and Michonne is reunited with them.
A small church that was run by Father Gabriel before the outbreak. It serves as a base for Rick and his group for two nights after their escape from Terminus before it is overrun by walkers. Weeks later, Morgan comes across this church and discovers a map to D.C. with Rick's name on it.
An elementary school a 10-minute walk south of St. Sarah's Church where 6 Terminus hunters cook and consume Bob's leg. Father Gabriel unintentionally releases walkers trapped inside while investigating the Hunters' possessions. Morgan stumbles across the school while following the Hunters' tree markings from near Terminus.
A community in Richmond, Virginia, that was destroyed by the Wolves then overrun by the walkers. Rick's group briefly stops here in hopes of finding a functional community, per Noah's request, but, after finding out that it is lost, they scavenge and gather supplies and journey further into areas closer to Washington, D.C..
Rick and his group take shelter in this barn while a storm occurs. It is later abandoned after the group alongside Aaron heads to the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
Former food distribution depot of Del Arno Foods used by the Wolves as a trap. It is located around 50 miles away from the Alexandria Safe-Zone. Daryl and Aaron are trapped by walkers for a time and are rescued by Morgan.
This warehouse had multiple types of hardware and parts. Aiden, Nicholas, Tara, Glenn, Eugene, and Noah arrive here to find parts for the solar panels. While there, Aiden and Noah are killed by walkers and Tara is knocked unconscious after Aiden accidentally shoots a grenade on an armored walker, which causes the warehouse to be overrun with more walkers.
After being convicted of murdering his wife's lover, Lee Everett is sentenced in Atlanta to a lifetime sentence at the prison in Georgia for murder. He is handcuffed and placed inside the back of a police cruiser by an unnamed police officer who drives out of the city and heads towards the prison.
During the prison transport, Lee sits in the backseat of the police car while the officer begins to discuss his career and the criminals he has met and transported before. While he is being driven on the highway, Lee notices several emergency and police vehicles speeding onward towards Atlanta.
Very little is seen and known about Clementine's neighborhood except that it is next to the interstate and just outside the city of Atlanta. When the apocalypse started, everyone in her neighborhood panicked and tried to leave the area.
Once Lee and Clementine meet Shawn Greene, he takes them back to his father's farm where they get treated and spend the night there to rest with another family who found sanctuary at the farm. The next day, Lee tries to help out around the farm when they are suddenly attacked by walkers.
After getting kicked off Hershel's farm, Kenny brings Lee along to the town of Macon. Macon is Lee's hometown where his parents and brother owned and operated a drug store. The town is overrun with walkers and at the last second.
Lee's parents and brother owned and operated the town's drugstore until the apocalypse started. It now serves as a temporary base and resting point for the survivors as they try to figure out what was going on in the world around them.
Before the apocalypse, this motel was located just on the outskirts of Macon, Georgia, and provided tourists and travelers a place to rest and spend the night. Now, while on a supply run, Glenn comes across this motel looking for gas. Before he leaves, he hears a girl crying in room 9.
Similar to Hershel's farm, the dairy farm is owned and operated by the St. John Family. The farm was once the pride of Macon, Georgia, where they made butter and milk and won several awards and achievements with their cows. The farm is the main location for Lee and the survivors in Episode 2.
A small campsite found by Lee Everett and Danny St. John that they originally believe to belong to the Save-Lots Bandits. It is revealed to belong to Jolene, a former member, when she finds them searching it. She nearly tells Lee about the St. Johns' cannibalistic nature before she is shot by Danny.
After escaping the motel in the RV, the group travels down the highway until they are blocked by a large train, that appears to have been lived in. The survivors, blocked by the train, begin to make it ready to move, in the hopes of using the locomotive to make it to Savannah and the coast.
The highway serves as one of the main roads into the city of Savannah and overpasses the route 27 railroad tracks which is mainly used by train companies to get to and from the city. When the train stops, everyone exits the train and are then greeted by new survivors, Omid and Christa.
The train station is located on the Route 27 train line between Macon and Savannah. It was used as a refuge by several FRS workers after their checkpoint was overrun, and is later searched by Lee and Clementine for something to cut the broken trailer down with.
One of the State of Georgia's busy cities, Savannah serves as a major seaport as well as a central transportation hub and industrial city other than Atlanta. This is the city where Clementine's parents, Ed and Diana, went on vacation before the apocalypse.
Crawford is a district within the city of Savannah where other survivors take extreme measures to protect themselves from the walkers. They are led by Crawford Obserson, who enforces strict rules and policies.
St. Felicity's Catholic School was a primary school within the community of Crawford in the city of Savannah. Crawford Oberson used the school as a command center keeping supplies locked up at the school, a medical facility was set up in the nurse's station.
Herman's Auto Garage or auto shop is a vehicle maintenance and repair shop located in the Crawford district. Lee and Molly are in charge of finding a battery that they need for the escape boat. Once inside, Molly stands guard near the garage door ensuring no walkers get in while Lee looks around for the battery.
The Savannah Hospital was one of many hospitals located in the city of Savannah, Georgia. Vernon and his cancer support group took shelter there where they meet Lee and assist in raiding Crawford for supplies.
The Savannah Warehouse was a large building located in the city of Savannah, Georgia. The warehouse was possibly used as an evacuation point in the early days of the outbreak, due to a massive amount of walkers found inside.
The Marsh House is a hotel in the city of Savannah where Ed and Diana were staying just before the outbreak. When Lee discovers Clementine is missing, he is contacted by the Stranger who took her and wanted to meet Lee at the hotel.
The jewelry store is the final location in Episode 5 where Clementine takes Lee in order to protect themselves from the walkers. Realizing that Lee cannot make it any longer, he tells Clementine what to do to escape and how to go on in the world of undead walkers.
Fontana is a town in Georgia located near the town of Pemberton and the Garwater campgrounds. Merle Dixon was arrested for drug dealing and placed in the local police station, where he is later found by Daryl.
Shane Walsh is first seen patrolling the streets by himself since Rick Grimes was injured and recovering at the hospital. He responds to a domestic disturbance call at the Taylor residence when he meets Mrs. Heller, who appeared injured at the time.
After tending to her, Shane responds to a domestic disturbance call at the home where he finds Gary Taylor shot his daughter's boyfriend, Paul, in what Gary claimed to be self-defense. After chasing Gary around the house, Shane arrests him and takes him to the police station.
The Sheriff's Department is seen in Chapter 3 of the game and is the setting for the remainder of the game. It is where Robb Spanner and Gary Taylor are brought to jail and put in a cell where they are watched by Deputy Don. Patty Taylor, Shane's ex-girlfriend, will also come by the station looking for her father.
The first chapter of the Social Game takes place at a jammed highway leading to Atlanta. The survivors try to remove the blockade so that they can get to Atlanta. The camp gets overrun with walkers when the player is leaving.
The second chapter of the Social Game primarily takes place at a Military Outpost outside of Atlanta. The survivors try to find safety and a place to stay after their original camp was overrun. The camp is later abandoned by the survivors as the city is being bombed.
During the second part of chapter two, the survivors quickly search for shelter as Atlanta is being bombed by the military. They spot an underground room in a warehouse and set up a temporary base as they wait out the bombing.
After the bombing of Atlanta seized, the hero player and Ed go and search for supplies and a new place to set camp. As they search for supplies a cry for help is heard and they head towards the sound; there they discover Nathan and Max, who join the group. They eventually set up camp near a parking garage.
In the second chapter of the Social Game near the end, the survivors go to the CDC in hopes of safety. When they get there, however, they find out they can't enter it. In the end they are forced to leave the CDC and head south in hopes of safety.
After the explosion of the CDC, Greg is caught in the blast and buried by the rubble, ultimately killed. The group stay shortly and mourn his loss as Bill and the player go out to see if Bill's plane is functional.
Bill and the player manage to find his plane but find that most of the engine parts are missing, possibly taken from another survivor to fix their plane. The rest of the small airfield is cleared and the group take refuge in the small hangar with Bill's plane.
After the killing of Nathan by Harlan, the group decides that the airfield is too dangerous to stay on and talk about moving. Trucker and the hero search in a nearby town for a new safe place to stay where they come across a warehouse. The group dubs the facility "Camp Nathan" in honor of their fallen friend.
Soon after the departure of Bill, Kara, and Mauricio's family, familiar faces appear outside of Camp Nathan and are brought to the camp. They exclaim that they have been being hunted by a group of hunters and soon a herd of walkers swarms the camp. A nearby schoolyard is created into the next campsite after this.
At the end of the fourth chapter of the Social Game, the group finds themselves at the gate of the community they had previously fought with. Now with Harlan brought in as a prisoner, the group waits to be accepted into the community outside their gates.
The The Walking Dead webisodes are six short clips that features Hannah in the same town as Rick Grimes where her story of how she became infected as the 'bicycle zombie' is seen. Hannah tries to get her and her children evacuated to Atlanta.
Near the outskirts of the city of Atlanta, B.J. owned and operated a self storage facility for 12 years before the apocalypse. The storage facility had three floors of storage and some units were temperature controlled, a generator per floor, security cameras and gates, public intercom system, along with three trucks that are used for moving cargo.
A small town located in Georgia. Brian Blake gains control of Woodbury by killing the former leader, Gene Gavin. Woodbury starts a war against the prison and Brian is killed. Lilly Caul assumes leadership and runs the town until it is destroyed by a group from Carlinville that leads a herd to the town.