Fortnite’s first week of Season 7 began with a challenges to dance on top of certain locations in the map. These are all very high up on the map, meaning you’ll either need to parachute in on it from the Battle Bus, or climb up using building tools. This guide will go over all of the locations you need to dance on, including the Crown of RVs, the Metal Turtle, and the Submarine.
Fortnite Crown of RVs, Metal Turtle, and Submarine location guidePlease note that this page is for a challenge that is no longer active in Fortnite. For a full list of currently active challenges, please go to our Fortnite week 4 challenges page.
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This is a multi-stage challenge requires you to dance in three different locations. These must be done in order and across three different matches for them to count, meaning that you can’t visit all three in one match. You can only do this during competitive matches (no Playground Mode). The three locations are:
Crown of RVs location
Head to the desert and head for the hill south of the town near the gas station. Dancing anywhere in the ring of cars will make this count.
Metal Turtle location
East of the Wailing Woods, look for the giant metal turtle near the edge of the map. You’ll need to dance on its shell or head for it to count.
There’s a frozen submarine in the new snow biome. It’s in grid reference B9 on top of the hill and is easier to access via gliding in rather than building your way to the top.
This concludes the guide to the places to dance on in Week 1, but there’s other places where you need to dance. These are signposted by “No Dancing” signs and you can find all of their locations in our Forbidden Dance locations guide.