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Echo Creek[1] is a fictional[2] town in Los Angeles[3][4] that Star is sent to live in and one of the main settings for Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

Places

S1E3 Echo Creek Academy exterior

Echo Creek's High school

  • Echo Creek Academy - The town's high school.
  • The Diaz Household - Mr. Diaz, Mrs. Diaz, and Marco Diaz's home and Star's home while she lives on Earth.
  • Stop & Slurp - A convenience store.
  • Hill-Trank Plaza - A small strip mall where Sensei Brantley's dojo is located.
  • Britta's Tacos - A fast food restaurant that sells Mexican food.
  • Echo Creek Mud Pits - A tourist attraction that, as the name implies, possesses several pits of mud, with fake mammoths placed within them. It is a parody of the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles.
  • Echo Creek Park - A park where people go to enjoy being outside.
  • Emilio's Pizza - A pizzeria, of which Marco is a regular customer.
  • Cemetery - The final resting place for the deceased of Echo Creek.
  • Veterinary Clinic - A place where wounded or sick animals are tended to.
  • Concert Hall - The location of a Love Sentence concert.
  • Echo Creek Pier - A pier with several carnival games and rides, eateries and restaurants, and a small beach.
  • Silver Hill Prep - A preparatory school with an excellent football team

Trivia

  • According to Brian H. Kim, as each dimension has a different "sound", Echo Creek is laid-back LA indie rock.[5]
  • "Collateral Damage" reveals that Echo Creek was founded in 1846 by a group of settlers known as the Bonner Party.

References

  1. Adam McArthur (2015-01-16). @andres2559 I believe the city is Echo Creek.. Twitter. Retrieved on 2017 July 21.
  2. Daron Nefcy (2015-05-29). @chuck_kopsho Yep! Echo Cheek is a made up neighborhood based in LA. Twitter. Retrieved on 2017 July 21.
  3. In the episode "Gift of the Card", Rasticore's locator places Echo Creek in Southern California.
  4. In the episode "Starstruck", when Star and Mina Loveberry go to the park, one of locals says "This is the United States of America."
  5. Brian H. Kim (2015-01-19). We wanted the different dimensions to have a different "sound." Echo Creek is very laid-back LA indie rock. #StarVsTheForcesOfEvil. Twitter. Retrieved on 2017 July 21.