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Throughout the history of ''[[Star Trek]]'', the various television and movie productions have filmed at locations, predominantly in Southern California, to provide a broader scope and grandeur than can be achieved easily on a closed set. Even with the advent of CGI, location shoots have continued.
 
Throughout the history of ''[[Star Trek]]'', the various television and movie productions have filmed at locations, predominantly in Southern California, to provide a broader scope and grandeur than can be achieved easily on a closed set. Even with the advent of CGI, location shoots have continued.
   
According to director [[David Livingston]], {{s|DS9}} was budgetarily designed to have five or six location shoots per year. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'') Livingston also mentioned that location shootings were always considered as "play days" or "picnics" by the crew and cast. ("''New Life and New Civilizations''", [[TNG Season 4 DVD]] special feature)
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According to director [[David Livingston]], {{s|4}} was budgetarily designed to have five or six location shoots per year. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'') Livingston also mentioned that location shootings were always considered as "play days" or "picnics" by the crew and cast. ("''New Life and New Civilizations''", [[TNG Season 4 DVD]] special feature)
   
 
Among the location managers and scouts who worked on ''Star Trek'' productions are [[Rhonda Baer]], [[Rick Byrum]], [[Lisa White]], and [[Claudia Eastman]].
 
Among the location managers and scouts who worked on ''Star Trek'' productions are [[Rhonda Baer]], [[Rick Byrum]], [[Lisa White]], and [[Claudia Eastman]].
   
== {{s|TOS}} ==
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== {{s|1}} ==
 
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The pilot episodes, {{e|The Cage}} and {{e|Where No Man Has Gone Before}}, were shot on [[Desilu]] stages [[Culver Studios Stage 14|14]], [[Culver Studios Stage 15|15]], and [[Culver Studios Stage 16|16]] at Desilu's Culver City facilities. These were the only episodes shot on those sound stages, as they were quickly deemed unusable by the producers. For the rest of the series the sets were moved to stages 9 and 10 at Desilu's Gower Street facilities, which were later combined with the adjacent Paramount studios to form [[Paramount Stage 31]] and [[Paramount Stage 32]]. (''[[The Making of Star Trek]]'')
 
The pilot episodes, {{e|The Cage}} and {{e|Where No Man Has Gone Before}}, were shot on [[Desilu]] stages [[Culver Studios Stage 14|14]], [[Culver Studios Stage 15|15]], and [[Culver Studios Stage 16|16]] at Desilu's Culver City facilities. These were the only episodes shot on those sound stages, as they were quickly deemed unusable by the producers. For the rest of the series the sets were moved to stages 9 and 10 at Desilu's Gower Street facilities, which were later combined with the adjacent Paramount studios to form [[Paramount Stage 31]] and [[Paramount Stage 32]]. (''[[The Making of Star Trek]]'')
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== {{s|TNG}} ==
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== {{s|3}} ==
 
In {{y|1987}}, the holodeck park scenes for the pilot episode {{e|Encounter at Farpoint}} were filmed at [[Griffith Park]] in Los Angeles, California. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]''; ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion]]'')
 
In {{y|1987}}, the holodeck park scenes for the pilot episode {{e|Encounter at Farpoint}} were filmed at [[Griffith Park]] in Los Angeles, California. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]''; ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion]]'')
   
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== {{s|DS9}} ==
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== {{s|4}} ==
 
The sequence where [[Benjamin Sisko]] and his son [[Jake Sisko|Jake]] sit on a covered [[bridge (structure)|bridge]] within the holodeck and where Benjamin and [[Jennifer Sisko|Jennifer]] sat down for a picnic were actually filmed at the [[Golden Oak Ranch]], which is operated by the Walt Disney Company. The ranch is located at 19802 Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall, California. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'') [http://studioservices.go.com/goldenoakranch/] The flashback scenes at the [[Gilgo Beach]] in {{e|Emissary}} were filmed at the [[Leo Carrillo State Beach]] in Malibu, Los Angeles County. [http://www.filminamerica.com/Movies/StarTrek/DeepSpaceNine/] [[Jadzia Dax]]' perspective of the wormhole terrain was filmed at the [[Huntington Gardens]] in San Marino while the baseball field sequence was filmed at the [[Oak Grove Park]] in Pasadena. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'')
 
The sequence where [[Benjamin Sisko]] and his son [[Jake Sisko|Jake]] sit on a covered [[bridge (structure)|bridge]] within the holodeck and where Benjamin and [[Jennifer Sisko|Jennifer]] sat down for a picnic were actually filmed at the [[Golden Oak Ranch]], which is operated by the Walt Disney Company. The ranch is located at 19802 Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall, California. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'') [http://studioservices.go.com/goldenoakranch/] The flashback scenes at the [[Gilgo Beach]] in {{e|Emissary}} were filmed at the [[Leo Carrillo State Beach]] in Malibu, Los Angeles County. [http://www.filminamerica.com/Movies/StarTrek/DeepSpaceNine/] [[Jadzia Dax]]' perspective of the wormhole terrain was filmed at the [[Huntington Gardens]] in San Marino while the baseball field sequence was filmed at the [[Oak Grove Park]] in Pasadena. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'')
   
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== {{s|VOY}} ==
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== {{s|5}} ==
 
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The scenes of the underground court on the Ocampa homeworld in the pilot episode {{e|Caretaker}} were filmed at the [[Los Angeles Convention Center]]. [http://www.lacclink.com] The scenes on the planet's surface, including the [[Kazon-Ogla]] village, were filmed at the [[El Mirage Dry Lake Bed]] in the High Desert of Southern California. ([[VOY Season 1 DVD]]) Griffith Park was chosen to serve as the [[New Zealand Penal Settlement]]. (''[[A Vision of the Future - Star Trek: Voyager]]'', p. 292)
 
The scenes of the underground court on the Ocampa homeworld in the pilot episode {{e|Caretaker}} were filmed at the [[Los Angeles Convention Center]]. [http://www.lacclink.com] The scenes on the planet's surface, including the [[Kazon-Ogla]] village, were filmed at the [[El Mirage Dry Lake Bed]] in the High Desert of Southern California. ([[VOY Season 1 DVD]]) Griffith Park was chosen to serve as the [[New Zealand Penal Settlement]]. (''[[A Vision of the Future - Star Trek: Voyager]]'', p. 292)
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== {{s|ENT}} ==
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== {{s|6}} ==
 
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The pilot episode {{e|Broken Bow}} features the city [[Malibu]] in three scenes which were filmed on {{d|19|June|2001}}. Malibu stood in for [[Hoshi Sato]]'s exterior classroom in [[Brazil]] and the surrounding area and for the flashback scenes on the beach. Another location was the city [[Bakersfield]], which stood in for [[Broken Bow]]. The scenes involving the [[Klingon]] [[Klaang]], the [[silo]] explosion, and the meeting with farmer [[Moore (farmer)|Moore]] which were filmed on {{d|12|June|2001}} and {{d|13|June|2001}}.
 
The pilot episode {{e|Broken Bow}} features the city [[Malibu]] in three scenes which were filmed on {{d|19|June|2001}}. Malibu stood in for [[Hoshi Sato]]'s exterior classroom in [[Brazil]] and the surrounding area and for the flashback scenes on the beach. Another location was the city [[Bakersfield]], which stood in for [[Broken Bow]]. The scenes involving the [[Klingon]] [[Klaang]], the [[silo]] explosion, and the meeting with farmer [[Moore (farmer)|Moore]] which were filmed on {{d|12|June|2001}} and {{d|13|June|2001}}.
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== {{s|DIS}} ==
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[[File:Jordan filming location.jpg|thumb|The Jordan filming location]]
 
[[File:Jordan filming location.jpg|thumb|The Jordan filming location]]
 
''Star Trek: Discovery'' is the first ''Star Trek'' series filmed outside of California, at the [[Pinewood Toronto Studios]] in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/surging-hollywood-shoots-force-hunt-888289] Filming for the [[DIS Season 1|first season]] took place between {{m|January|2017}} and {{m|October|2017}}, and for the [[DIS Season 2|second season]] between {{m|April|2018}} and {{m|December|2018}}.
 
''Star Trek: Discovery'' is the first ''Star Trek'' series filmed outside of California, at the [[Pinewood Toronto Studios]] in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/surging-hollywood-shoots-force-hunt-888289] Filming for the [[DIS Season 1|first season]] took place between {{m|January|2017}} and {{m|October|2017}}, and for the [[DIS Season 2|second season]] between {{m|April|2018}} and {{m|December|2018}}.
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