Located in Cornwall at the southwestern tip of England, Bodmin Moor is a historical farming region that also at one time featured a Quidditch stadium. It is the location of the famous match of 1884 in which a Snitch escaped after eluding capture by the Seekers for six months of play. The Snitch is said to be living wild on the moor still.
Bodmin Moor is located in eastern Cornwall, near Devon. All of the land is privately owned. One might guess that the area used for the Quidditch pitch is on the property of a witch or wizard.
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