Filmed entirely in Central Texas, the locations and landscape depicted in Spring Eddy play a pivotal role in the film. The following are a few of the many sites featured in the film.

Caldwell County Historical Museum in Lockhart, TX

Built in 1908, the five-story building served as the county jail until the 1970's and is a rare example of the Norman castellated style of architecture. Located in historic downtown Lockhart, the jail was named a Recorded Historic Texas Landmark in 1977 and was used for all the jail scenes in Spring Eddy.

Byrd Ranch in Johnson City, TX

This expansive 400-acre ranch just outside Johnson City provided a great deal of our exterior locations. Rolling hills, sprawling fields, and rocky cliffs overlooking Miller Creek gave us an ample selection of settings and the opportunity to really highlight the beauty of the Texas countryside.

Brushy Creek Bridge in Coupland, TX

The bridge over Brushy Creek on Williamson County Road 456 was built in 1912 and restored in 2005. It lies about one mile northeast of the tiny, picturesque town of Coupland, Texas. The bridge appears in the 2003 film Secondhand Lions and it serves as the location for the opening scene in Spring Eddy.

Bastrop, TX

Incorporated in 1837, Bastrop's scenic downtown features a Main Street lined with historic buildings and shops. In 1979, the National Register of Historic Places admitted 131 buildings and sites to its listings, earning Bastrop the title of "Most Historic Small Town in Texas." Spring Eddy utilized Bastrop's authentic small town look, filming along Main Street as well as the exterior and interior of the First National Bank of Bastrop.

The Teepee Motel in Wharton, TX

Originally built in 1942, the Teepee Motel operated for forty years, serving travelers and road trippers on Hwy 60. The advent of interstates eventually forced the motel to close in the early 1980’s. Falling into disrepair, during this time several scenes in the 1994 remake of Lolita were filmed here. In 2004 new owners renovated and reopened the teepees, and it’s kitschy charm serves as the backdrop for HR’s residence and Jeannie’s stay in Spring Eddy.

Other locations we filmed at include Manor, Elgin and Dripping Springs. Locations in Austin include the Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, The Broken Spoke, Lucky Lounge, downtown 6th street, and Frenchy's Beauty Parlor.