The Transylvania Times -

By Eric Crews
Staff Writer 

Tour To Satisfy ‘Hunger’ Fans

 

Emma Moore (left) and Tammy Hopkins reenact a scene from “The Hunger Games” at Triple Falls in DuPont State Recreational Forest during a recent media tour. The Triple Falls area was used for roughly seven different scenes in the upcoming movie, according to Hopkins. The movie will premier locally tonight at midnight at the Co-ed Cinema. (Times photo by Eric Crews)

The DuPont State Recreational Forest is poised to get a whole new class of visitors following the release of the Hunger Games movie.

No longer will visitors be interested solely in viewing the waterfalls, lush forests and rocky peaks that have made DuPont renowned as a top tourist destination in recent years.

Beginning this summer, Hunger Games Fan Tours will begin taking paying customers on tours of the filming locations in the forest, showing off the sites where the movie, which many believe will be the biggest blockbuster of the year, was filmed.

The tours were conceptualized and des...



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