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Fallout 76 treasure: all treasure locations

How to find buried treasure

It seems that many open world games have treasure maps these days and Fallout 76 is no exception. You'll most likely find these by accident and should you follow the map to the corresponding mound, it will unearth some valuable treasure, including valuable weapons or armour, plans for said weapons or armour, and valuable rounds.

Fallout 76 treasure guide

Treasure is worth hunting for, so for those who wish to go the extra miles to gather those materials, I've prepared this Fallout 76 treasure guide that shows the locations of the treasure in the game.

Those looking for a beginner's guide to get started with Fallout 76 should have a look at our Fallout 76 guide.

Fallout 76 treasure

Fallout 76 treasure locations

It's unclear if you can search the mounds without having the corresponding treasure map, but the cycle usually happens with the map being discovered. Then the player finds the corresponding spot nearby and locates the treasure using the hastily sketched map, digging up the mound for treasure.

Of course nobody has time for all of that. so I've prepared a list of all the treasure locations. It includes descriptions of the areas where you'll find them. You can also use "Map Genie" Fallout 76 interactive map to get the specific locations for each of the treasure.

Map NameTreasure location
Forest #01Near Mothman Museym, in a pile of rubbish under a small bridge that crosses the creek by the river.
Forest #02In the fire pit in a campsite up the hill to the north east of the Kanawha Nuka-Cola plant.
Forest #03North of Relay Tower HG-B7-09, just under the monkey bars and next to a tree with a tyre hanging from it.
Forest #04From the path leading out from Vault 76, head up the hill just before Tyler County Fairgrounds. It's by the left wing of a yellow airplane near the yellow building.
Forest #05By the door of an overturned train carriage in Charleston Trainyard.
Forest #06By the Overseer's Camp, right beside the water as the path forks over the bridge.
Forest #07Right of the hilltop billboard in Widow's Perch, there is a small mound.
Forest #08Exit the mine through the secret exit to see a bridge to the north. Walk to the other end and you'll be near the treasure. Cross the ravine and you'll see a mound nearby to dig up.
Forest #09Summersville - Leave town via the south and take the east road. As you pass the bus on the road, stand by the sign and face back to town for the map view. The mound is by the first house next to the broken entrance to the crawl space.
Forest #10In a small rocky canyon, there is a ledge beside the narrow stream, south-west of Greg's Mine Supply.
Toxic Valley #01Beside a small broken wall near Becker Farm.
Toxic Valley #02West of Clarksburg Shooting Club. It's south of the Water Park. Find the water tower and align your character with the image from the treasure map.
Toxic Valley #03From the Pioneer Scout Camp, head south-east. Follow the wooden boardwalk close to the broken boat on a small island. It's beside the boat.
Toxic Valley #04South of the Crashed Space Station, there is a small ridge overlooking the site with a few broken trees beside it.
Savage Divide #01North-east of Dent & Sons Construction, follow the path to the nuclear waste sign.
Savage Divide #02North of Appalachian Central Trainyard, there is a mound of dirt between the red and blue carriages.
Savage Divide #03North of the Top Of The World, there is a ski lift. Follow it from the top of the dome downhill and jump over the railing. Look down and you'll see a crashed lift car. The treasure is buried next to it.
Savage Divide #04Located to the north of the boardwalk at the north side of the pond at the base of a small hill. It's north-east of "The Vantage".
Savage Divide #05Located on a cliff above Blackwater Mine, there is a mound of rocks near the ledge. This is east from where you access the mine.
Savage Divide #06From the Palace Of The Winding Path, head north and look for a mound on the edge of the cliffs.
Savage Divide #07East of South Mountain Lookout, it's located in the southern mountains.
Savage Divide #08Where the map shows the Route 63 logo, head west. There is a rest stop between the road and the railway with a mound nearby.
Savage Divide #09South of Autumn Acre Cabin, look down at the cliff edge. There is a green path in the rocks with yellow flowers growing in it. Head slightly west, and drop down onto some higher rocks to get to the mound.
Savage Divide #10East of the Bailey Family Cabin, look for the broken down truck. It's just south of the truck.
The Mire #01South and slightly east of Pumpkin House, there are some steps leading to a wooden cabin with the treasure.
The Mire #02At the end of the railroad south-west of Big B's Rest Stop, there is a tunnel. The treasure is by the entrance.
The Mire #03East of Thunder Mountain Substation TM-01, there is a main road heading towards the river. It's just off the edge of the road to the north.
The Mire #04On the edge of the water in the canyon just left of the main road. It's due north of Dyer Chemical and south-west of Crevasse Dam.
The Mire #05West of Thunder Mountain Power Plant, look for a small boulder west of the main road. It's before the Excelsior Model Home and due north of the bend in the dirt track that leads to Dolly Sods Wilderness.
Cranberry Bog #01Under the bridge that's north-west of Watoga Civic Center.
Cranberry Bog #02East of Ranger Lookout, it's under a bridge. It's south-west of Bootlegger's Shack and due north of Quarry X3.
Cranberry Bog #03Near a withered tree close to a small lake south of Survey Camp Alpha. It's south-east of Sunrise Field and west from Overgrown Sundew Grove.
Cranberry Bog #04Along the railroad of Pylon V-13 to the north. It's between the railroad and route 65.

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This should get you started with your treasure hunting in Fallout 76. We hope you'll check back soon as there's the many quests that the game has throughout the ruined world of Appalachia, what each perk card does, and what you need to craft certain weapons. But for now, do check out the rest of our guides below:

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