The Loud House Encyclopedia
The Loud House Encyclopedia
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Royal Woods, Michigan (formerly called Woods) is a fictional city in The Loud House where the series takes place.


During the 1600s, Royal Woods was simply known as Woods.[1] This was where the Loud family's ancestors settled after they were (unknowingly) betrayed by their castle caretaker in Scotland, Aggie, when she banished them from their kingdom. Sometime in the 400 years between the ancestors' arrival and the present, Woods was renamed to Royal Woods.


The Loud House

Main article: Loud house

The Loud house (or 1216 Franklin Avenue) is the main setting for the show. It is where the Loud family resides.

The McBride House

Main article: McBride house

The McBride house is where Clyde and his two fathers Harold and Howard live, along with their cats Cleopawtra and Nepurrtiti. Unlike the Loud house, the McBride house has only one floor.

The Santiago House

Main article: Santiago house

The Santiago house is where Bobby formerly lived with his sister Ronnie Anne, their mother Maria and their dad Arturo (who moved away years before the others did). Only Bobby's room was shown in "Snow Bored". The house itself was finally seen in "Shell Shock".

Since Bobby, Ronnie Anne, and Maria moved away from Royal Woods to live with the Casagrandes as of "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos" and Arturo was in Peru for years before moving to Great Lakes City, it could be possible that the house is now up for sale.

The Spokes House

The Spokes House is where Rusty Spokes lives with his brother Rocky Spokes, and their father. The house was shown in "Back in Black".

​Mr. Grouse's House

Main article: Grouse house

Mr. Grouse's house is the house to the right of the Loud House. The interior of the house wasn't shown until "11 Louds a Leapin'".

The Yates House

First appearing in "Future Tense," this is the house that The Yates Family lives in after the Crowley's moved away.

Liam's Farm

Main article: Minor locations#Hunnicutt Farm

Liam's farm is a farm first mentioned in Out of the Picture and then first seen in Pasture Bedtime.

Maggie's House

First appearing in "Funny Business", this is where Maggie's family lives.

Katherine Mulligan's House

First appearing in "Scoop Snoop", this is where Katherine Mulligan lives.

Tetherby's Mansion

Tetherby's mansion is where Lord Tetherby lives. He once held a party there for the prestigious. He even invited Lincoln to join him. Due to Lincoln losing his limo, Tetherby denied him access, and had security boot him out.

Ruth's House

First appearing in "Two Boys and a Baby," this is where Ruth lives.

Sunset Canyon Retirement Home

Main article: Sunset Canyon Retirement Home

Sunset Canyon Retirement Home is a nursing home where the Loud siblings' maternal grandfather Pop-Pop lives. It is run by an overly strict nurse named Sue, and it contains a pool, a shuffleboard court, and rooms for all of the elderly residents.

Presidential bunker

First mentioned in "Not a Loud", the President of the United States has his own bunker just outside of town. For security reasons however, only a small number of people know of its existence.

Coach Pacowski's Houseboat

First mentioned in "Teacher's Union" and appearing in "Absent Minded," Coach Pacowski is revealed to live on a houseboat with his mother.

The McCauley House

First appearing in "Sitting Bull," the McCauly house is where The McCauley Family live.

The Fox House

First appearing in "Sitting Bull," the Fox house is where The Fox Family live.

Mrs. Johnson's House

First appearing in "Fool Me Twice," this is where Agnes Johnson lives.

Places of education

​Royal Woods Elementary School

Main article: Royal Woods Elementary School

This is where Lucy, Lana, Lola, and Lisa go to school. Wilbur Huggins is the principal of the school.

Royal Woods Middle School

Main article: Royal Woods Middle School

This is where Lynn, Lincoln, and Clyde go to school. Principal Ramirez is the principal of the school.

Royal Woods High School

Main article: Royal Woods High School

This is where Leni, Luna, and Luan go to school. Rivers is the principal of the school.

Royal Woods Community College

This is where Lori Loud, Leni, and Luna used to go for extracurricular activities.


Community Pool

The community pool is the town's swimming pool. In "Linc or Swim", the Loud kids were kicked out due to Lynn and Luna chicken fighting during Senior Swim, resulting in one of the seniors getting her hip broken after she just replaced it.


The local hospital that appeared in "House Flip", where Flip was treated for a broken arm and leg and a minor head injury. "Flee Market" reveals that Bobby was treated there for a burnt tongue.


The park was seen in the episode "Hand-Me-Downer", where Lincoln wanted to impress Papa Wheelie's bicycle gang by using Lynn's BMX bike.

Ketcham Park

Main article: Ketcham Park

Ketcham Park was first seen in "Two Boys and a Baby", where Lincoln and Clyde took Lily to in order to get some fresh air.

Tall Timbers Park

Main article: Tall Timbers Park

Tall Timbers Park was first seen in "Scales of Justice". This is one of Lana's hangouts. The episode "Last Loud on Earth" revealed that Lincoln and Clyde have a secret hideout in a cave there.


Good Sport Sporting Goods

A recreational store that sells many outdoor supplies and stuff. This is where Lincoln got his kiddie pool in "Linc or Swim".


Main article: Minor_locations#DMV

The DMV has only been seen in the episode "Driving Miss Hazy". Leni took her driving test there 14 times, but failed every one of them.

Flip's Food & Fuel

Main article: Flip's Food & Fuel

This gas station/mini-mart was first seen in the episode "Butterfly Effect" where Lisa got a job there after losing interest in her studies due to Leni becoming smarter than her in Lincoln's imagination. It is run by Flip where he sells his slushies, which he calls "Flippees", among other drinks and snacks.

Royal Woods Mall

Main article: Royal Woods Mall

The Royal Woods Mall is, of course, the town mall that is often frequented by the Loud sisters. In "For Bros About to Rock", Lincoln, Luna, and Clyde went to go see a SMOOCH concert there. Lori's boyfriend, Bobby, used to work as a mall security guard there under the title of a Mall Cop Captain. As of "Shop Girl", Leni also works there part-time, in a department called Reininger's.

​Biker Gear

Main article: Biker Gear

Biker Gear is a place that sells motorcycle and bicycle accessories.

It first appears in "Hand-Me-Downer", Lincoln, Clyde and the other biking boys come here during their cycling trip and buy a dummy, which Clyde calls Manny.

Eat Diner Coffee Shop

Main article: Eat Diner Coffee Shop

Eat Diner Coffee Shop is a restaurant where people come here to have breakfast, lunch and dinner.

It first appears in "House Music", where Luna tried to find inspiration for her next song.

Dairyland Amoosement Park

Main article: Dairyland Amoosement Park

First referenced in "In Tents Debate" and first appearing in "Toads and Tiaras," it is a dairy-themed amusement park.

Jean Juan's French Mex

Main article: Jean Juan's French Mex

Jean Juan's French Mex is a French-Mexican restaurant.

It first appears in "Save the Date", Lincoln and Lori have their double date with Ronnie Anne and Bobby here in order to fix the latter's relationship.

Giovanni Changs Italian Chinese Bistro

Main article: Giovanni Changs Italian Chinese Bistro

Giovanni Changs Italian Chinese Bistro is an Italian-Chinese restaurant that first appeared in "Cheater by the Dozen". It is owned by Giovanni.

Aloha Comrade

Main article: Aloha Comrade

Aloha Comrade is a Hawaiian-Russian restaurant that is first seen in "Job Insecurity". It is owned by Sergei.

Burpin' Burger

Main article: Burpin' Burger

Burpin' Burger is a hamburger joint.

It first appears in "Out on a Limo", where Lincoln promised to take his sisters there after his ride in a limo, but abandoned them after sucking up the good life. In the end, Lincoln and his sisters ate there at the end of the episode.

Super Mart

Main article: Super Mart

Super Mart is a grocery store.

It first appears in "Cereal Offender", where Lincoln and his sisters went shopping there. Lincoln tried to do the grocery shopping for his mom, but also had to stop his sisters from wreaking havoc in the store that will get them kicked out of the store. Unfortunately, when the sisters and Lincoln got into a fight near the end of their visit, the manager catches them fighting and kicks them out of the store upon Lincoln being knocked into the display that Bobby set up. This incident caused Rita to go grocery shopping in the next town over for a while.

Royal Woods Spa

Main article: Royal Woods Spa

A luxury hotel in Royal Woods with a pool and spa.

It first appears in "Suite and Sour", where Louds come for a weekend. However, all the Louds caused various troubles and were eventually kicked out by the hotel manager Jeffery. The main reason it happened was because Rita and Lynn Sr. were skinny dipping.

Royal Woods Cinema

Main article: Royal Woods Cinema

Royal Woods Cinema is a cinema.

It first appears in "The Price of Admission", where Lincoln went to see "The Harvester" and Clyde went to see "Blarney: The Luck of the Cretaceous" with 2 unnamed preschoolers. At the end of the episode, Lincoln and his parents went to see the same movie Clyde watched instead of The Harvester which Mr. Grouse went to see as well.

Miss Liza's Pageant Training Center

Main article: Miss Liza's Pageant Training Center

Miss Liza's Pagent Training Center, is as its name says, a training center for little girls participating in beauty pageants. In "A Tattler's Tale", Lincoln asked the girls there if they know a secret about Lola Loud. However, all of the girls are too scared to tell Lincoln anything, but he did learn a horrifying secret about Lola from a spiteful pageant rival.

Mustard Warehouse

Mustard Warehouse was a proposed warehouse that was going to built where Tall Timbers Park is located. In the episode, "Scales of Justice," Lana finds out that the new factory will cause the Fishmans to lose their home. Lana does everything she can to prevent it from happening. She disguises as a seaweed monster but it doesn't work. Lisa tells her that the Fishmans are federally protected meaning that no one can invade their home so the Mustard Warehouse wasn't built there. It's unknown if and where the Mustard Warehouse was built.

​Hole In One-derland

Main article: Hole In One-derland

Hole In One-derland is a mini-golf course seen in "Back in Black". Lori and Bobby took Lucy and Rocky here to show the two how a romantic couple should act.


Sloppy's is a food stand that appeared in "Come Sale Away".

Gus' Games and Grub

Main article: Gus' Games and Grub

Gus' Games and Grub is an arcade/pizzeria. It is one of Lincoln and Clyde's favorite hangouts. The two episodes where Gus' had major appearances were "The Waiting Game" and "Dance, Dance Resolution". It was founded by Gus Gamesngrub and his dad.

Dine'n' Dance

Main article: Dine'n' Dance

Dine'n Dance is a dance club restaurant located near Pop-Pop's retirement home. Lincoln took Pop-Pop here to encourage him to eat big meals. At first, Pop-Pop was reluctant to so, but went with it under Lincoln's encouragement.

Green Mile Pet Sanctuary

Main article: Green Mile Pet Sanctuary

The place for pets to be in pounds. It is located in the outskirts of Royal Woods.

Snack Shack

Snack Shack is a Food Place.

Spunk E. Pigeon's Pizza Palooza Paradise

Main article: Spunk E. Pigeon's Pizza Palooza Paradise

A popular pizzeria and arcade, complete with a band of animatronic animals. Lincoln and his family wanted to win a reading contest at the library for a whole evening here, but lost.

Lynn's Table

Main article: Lynn's Table

First appearing in "Cooked!," it is a restaurant owned by Lynn Loud Sr..

Frosty Farms Frozen Feast

First appearing in "Recipe for Disaster," Frosty Farms Frozen Feast is a frozen food company that was founded by Mildred Scalise.

Incognito Laboratories

First appearing in "Blinded by Science," Incognito Laboratories is an astrophysics laboratory. Dr. Carol Linnaeus brought Flip here after Lisa's presentation at Genius-Con where she and her associates experimented on him to see if he would survive being launched into outer space.

Neighboring Cities

Huntington Oaks

Main article: Huntington Oaks

Huntington Oaks was only seen in "Linc or Swim". The Loud kids came here to use their community pool only to get kicked out after Lana littered the pool with celery and carrot slices after saying that the pool water tasted like chicken noodle soup. According to Lincoln, he says that Huntington Oaks is one town over from Royal Woods.


Main article: Hazeltucky

Hazeltucky was seen in the aforementioned episode. After getting kicked out of Huntington Oak's community pool, the Loud kids came here to use the pool. Like the last two pools they visited, they got kicked out. This time, they got kicked out because Lily defecated in the pool, causing the pool to be drained and people in hazmat suits to scrub the pool to clean off Lily's excrement.


Main article: Beaverton

Beaverton was mentioned in "Snow Bored", as the school(s) in that town would be closed due to a snow day.

Fern Valley

Main article: Fern Valley

Fern Valley is a neighboring town that first appeared in "The Write Stuff."


  • "Driving Miss Hazy" confirms that Royal Woods is in the state of Michigan, and the city is based on Chris Savino's hometown of Royal Oak, Michigan, which is about twenty to thirty minutes away from Detroit, and is considered a suburb of that city.
    • Royal Oak, Michigan has a very low crime rate, and is considered to be one of the safest cities in America. In "Lock 'n' Loud", it's said that Royal Woods also has a very low crime rate.
    • A map in "ARGGH! You for Real?" reveals that Royal Woods is located south of Saginaw Bay in Michigan.
    • According to the end of "Luna Loud", Royal Woods' area code is 248, which is the same as that of Royal Oak.
  • According to Lisa, Huntington Oaks and Hazeltucky are within a 60-mile radius of Royal Woods.
  • Fusion cuisine appears to be popular in Royal Woods, as there are at least three known fusion cuisine restaurants: Jean Juan's French Mex (French/Mexican), Giovanni Changs Italian Chinese Bistro (Italian/Chinese), and Aloha Comrade (Hawaiian/Russian).
  • According to Luan in "Future Tense", Royal Woods apparently has a parking crisis.
    • She later helped to fix it.
  • In "Scales of Justice", it is revealed that Royal Woods has approximately 20,000 residents.
  • "Lock 'n' Loud" reveals that Royal Woods has a low crime rate, and most of the crimes that are committed there are minor ones like littering.



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