Twin Peaks, the TV show that still inspires pilgrimages to its old filming locations and an annual fan festival, is coming back May 21 on Showtime. The continuation of the 90s series will star some familiar faces from the original series, and will introduce some new characters as well. The fictional town where the series was set is as much a main character as Kyle MacLachlan’s Special Agent Dale Cooper, and you can even head to "Twin Peaks" yourself to see if the real life locations live up to all of the David Lynch weirdness.
HomeAway found some fan-worthy vacation rentals in the Washington towns where the old and new series were shot -- North Bend, Snoqualmie, and Fall City. Check these homes out, and don't miss the premiere!
While Laura Palmer’s house is not open to visitors, you can stay in a version that looks similar and doesn’t include a killer named Bob looking to off a homecoming queen. Rent it here.
The original Johnson house has been torn down, but HomeAway can get you pretty close in this woodsy cabin in Everett, WA. Well, maybe a little nicer and less creepy. Rent it here.
Finally, here’s a double dose of Twin Peaks mania. This cabin is near the Reinig Bridge, known to Twin Peaks fans as Ronette’s bridge. Bonus -- the cabin is 5-minutes away from Twede’s Café in North Bend, WA, known to fans as the Double R Diner. Rent it here.