Seen in episode 4, 'Living together', the 'control trees'.
These are the two large trees on the edge of Jamie and Claire's field, one of which Jamie scores with a 'FR' sculpture for Fraser Ridge.
Located just over 10 miles north of Perth, Kinclaven Bluebell Wood is one of the sites used in Outlander Season 4, including Frasers' Ridge. It is also known as Ballathie Bluebell Wood.
Located near Outlander Studios, the Cumbernauld Glen Stadium is a good place to take pictures of the forêt of Caroline
Faskally Forest was used for some scenes involving Native Americans.
It has a varied range of tree types and is known for its beautiful fall colors. It is just north of Pitlochry and is not far from Kinloch Rannoch, the site used for Craigh na Dun.
The Beecraigs Country Park has been used for many scenes in the forest, including the storm, when clear meets the ghost of 'otter tooth'.
The park is located 3 km south of Linlithgow, seat of Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison)
Newhailes House, in Musselburgh, near Edinburgh, was used as the residence of Governor Tryon. This is where Claire and Jamie attend the concert and where Claire performs a surgery on the buffet table in front of a stunned audience
The Abercairny Estates were used to fully create Jocasta Cameron's home: River Run.
Only the facade was built, the rest is digital add-on.
The design team also had to add the pier and the walkway to the house.
The blue screen allowed a second floor to be added to the house in digital. Similarly, the width of the house has been extended on both sides to make it more impressive.
Although throughout season 4, the Fraser family and their companions immigrated to the American colonies, including North Carolina, filming took place entirely in Scotland.
Also known as Parkhill, Gray Buchanan Park is located on the west side of Polmont. The park includes wooded areas, which may have contributed to his choice to recreate the atmosphere of the cemetery where Hayes was buried.