The main locations in Season Five are Shallow Valley and the Second Dawn Bunker. According to GSN Magazine, it … Given that the 100 accidentally wander into Grounder territory in the pilot (and all throughout the series), it seems likely that Camp Jaha is relatively close to modern-day Washington, D.C.
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, access to the operations center is available via State Route 601 (also called Blueridge Mountain Road) in Bluemont, Virginia. In real life, it's called the Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center and it's located in Mt. In Season Two, the main locations are Camp Jaha (later renamed Arkadia) and Mount Weather. Mount Weather is indeed a real place. As for The 100 filming locations, they mainly film in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.
The 100 is an American post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi Dystopian drama television series developed by Jason Rothenberg and is loosely based on the book series of the same name by Kass Morgan.The series follows a group of Delinquents, who have been sent down to Earth to see if it is survivable or not. The facility is located near Purcellville, Virginia, 51 miles (82 km) west of Washington, D.C. The main locations in Season One are the Ark and the Delinquents' Camp. We went there but didn't find any filming going on, though we did find the bridge that Clarke and Anya meet on from s1, as well as the gravel pit where they tend to film other various scenes. Weather, Va. The real Mount Weather is about 48 miles from Washington, D.C., so in the world of The 100 , Camp Jaha would probably be about halfway between Mount Weather and Tondc, but probably a bit closer to Tondc. In Season Three and Season Four, the main locations are Arkadia and Polis.