PopTurf’s detailed breakdown of the series’ early moves reveals the creators did a masterful job ensuring one trailer park location looked just like any other, despite the fact that shooting took place at a different location for several seasons in a row. In Season 1, for instance, the team found the perfect spot for the opening credits and Julian’s trailer in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, in a neighborhood called Woodbine Mobile Home Park. By Season 2, however, the series had moved its trailer park inhabitants to a much smaller group of homes located near the Tufts Cove Generating Station, the source of the red and white-striped smokestacks that appear in several shots. Season 3 saw the series move once again, this time to a park near Halifax’s Governor Lake, but the single entrance-0exit proved too difficult to utilize long-term, and Clattenburg decided to set up shop elsewhere for Season 4.
The custom set where the series shot seasons five through seven was located on Bissett Road in Cole Harbour, and the area — which previously housed Halifax County Rehab Centre — was eventually redeveloped as a trail system connecting Cole Harbour–Lawrencetown Coastal Heritage Park to Bissett Lake Park (via Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). Finally, later seasons saw the series settle down in the Bible Hill Estates Trailer Park in Truro, Nova Scotia (via IMDb).
For the most ambitious fans of “Trailer Park Boys” — or for anyone else interested in touring all the various locations that the long-running series ever touched — Moskal Multimedia’s highly-detailed, five-part breakdown on YouTube will undoubtedly prove useful.