Fortnite Snobby Shores Map Location Guide

This new Fortnite treasure map challenge for Season 3 leads to a Battle Star on the western side of the map.

This new Fortnite treasure map challenge for Season 3 leads to a Battle Star on the western side of the map.

We’re now well into Fortnite‘s Season 3, and the Epic Games shenanigans keep on coming! This morning we just got a ludicrous 20 v 20 v 20 v 20 v 20 mode (yes, that’s 5 teams of 20, and it’s mayhem) along with a new Snobby Shores treasure map challenge. For those who play Save The World mode instead, there have been some tweaks, including hoverboards and changes to a few weapon types.

Haven’t managed to find the Snobby Shores treasure map yet or figure out where the map leads? We’ve got you covered with a full guide below!

Keep in mind that the weekly challenges throughout the season stack (and you only need to do four out of seven to get an experience boost each week), so you can build off previous challenges like dancing in front of the no-dance signs, finding the secret pool-windmill-umbrella location, or landing on the llama, crab, and fox buildings

This week’s Fortnite challenges consist of:

  • Eliminate opponents in Salty Springs
  • Harvest building resources with a pickaxe
  • Deal damage with Suppressed Weapons to opponents
  • Search Chests in Junk Junction
  • Land on different Bullseyes
  • Crossbow Eliminations
  • Follow the treasure map found in Snobby Shores (explained below)

The Fortnite Snobby Shores Treasure Map Fortnite Season 3 Snobby Shores Treasure Map

Snobby Shores Map Location

To find this weekly challenge treasure map, head over to the far west side of the map to Snobby Shores (area A5). This is a lot easier if you can jump off the bus right by there at the start of the match so that you don’t end up trying to outrace the closing storm. If you land on the other side, probably just try a different challenge instead and give this one a shot in the next match. 

The treasure map is actually on a wall of an outbuilding just above a treasure chest (see the first red circle in the map below for the location). You don’t have to grab the map or anything (but definitely loot the chest!) — it just gives you a general idea of where to go.

Finding the map itself is just the first half of the problem, though — next you need to figure out just where in the heck that map challenge is trying to get you to go! The map shows an X between two trees in a valley, which gives a general idea but not really an exact location. 

From the Snobby Shores wall map, run northeast like you are headed to Pleasant Park or Loot Lake. The exact location is just above the corner of where grid coordinates C and 4 meet on the Battle Royale map (basically between Snobby Shores and Pleasant Park, and far to the west of Loot Lake).

When you get there (see exact location in the second red circle below), a Battle Star will spawn. Grab it to complete the challenge, but watch out for snipers, as many players will be hanging around here looking for people who haven’t completed the challenge yet.

Note that you don’t technically have to travel to the Snobby Shores map location at all to fully complete the challenge. You can finish this Season 3 challenge just by grabbing the Battle Star at the location the map reveals, skipping the first half of finding the map entirely.

The route to the Snobby Shores treasure map

The Snobby Shores treasure map route to the Battle Star

Let us know when you manage to grab the Battle Star, and stay tuned as we cover the other week 3 challenges of this ongoing season! Need help completing any other Fortnite season 3 content? Check out our other Fortnite Battle Royale guides here:

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