Frostbite Falls, Minnesota
is a fictional small town
seen on the American animated series Rocky and His Friends
and The Bullwinkle Show
. It is located in the (real world) location of Koochiching County
Frostbite Falls is the home of Rocket J. Squirrel
, better known as "Rocky," and his pal Bullwinkle J. Moose
. The two are the town's most famous residents.
Frostbite Falls's population fluctuates over the course of the original series, ranging from 23 to several thousand residents. Frostbite Falls is also noted as having many more television
sets than residents, thanks to the stature of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Frostbite Falls has a movie theater
, a church
, and a pet store
— all in the same building. It also features at least two newspapers
— the Frostbite Falls Far-Flung Flyer
and the Picayune-Intelligence
— the latter which ran an ill-fated contest
with the grand prize being an old-fashioned car. The town's sole high school
is Frostbite Falls High School. There is also a college, Wossamotta U.
, which Bullwinkle attended.
Natural features and landmarks near Frostbite Falls include Veronica Lake
and, presumably, Moosylvania
, an island of which Bullwinkle is the "governor".
Travel to and from Frostbite Falls is depicted as a less-than-convenient affair. Only one road leads into and out of the town, and train
travel to and from the town is not particularly timely.
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