Gathering Fallout 76 treasure maps is one of the best ways to acquire tons of powerful gear and valuable resources in the game, especially when you consider the somewhat random MMO aspect of the title.
These maps lead to some of the most sought-after items in the entire game and the quality of these scales with your character’s level. So as a piece of advice, we suggest that you don’t seek them out until you are at a high enough level.
The recommended level to go after these is 50, but it’s also fine if you’re somewhere close to this.
Fallout 76 Treasure Maps Guide
It should be mentioned that you cannot simply go to the location of a treasure and dig it up with prior knowledge of its location. You have to possess the corresponding map for the cache, or else the button prompt to dig never shows up.
The way to get these maps is also somewhat random, and players can find them by searching storage containers, looting enemy corpses, and completing objectives. The frequency you find them at all depends on your luck.
If you happen to possess multiple maps for a single location, you can dig that site up more than once.
This guide will now show you all of the Fallout 76 treasure maps in the game so far.
Ash Heaps Treasure #1
The first treasure in the Ash Heaps can be found right next to the AMS Testing Site. Look to the north of the area, near a rusted chain link fence on top of a tunnel entrance and an overturned truck.
You’re looking for a mound of dirt to the left of the fence.
Ash Heaps Treasure #2
To the west of Widow’s Perch, there is an unnamed location with several burned houses.
Look for the rusted orange jeep among these buildings, and you’ll find the treasure next to its rear right tire.
Cranberry Bog Treasure #1
This treasure can be found to the northwest of the Watoga Civic Center, underneath a bridge full of abandoned vehicles.
There is a small patch of mud here that you can search for the Treasure.
Cranberry Bog Treasure #2
From the Ranger lookout’s starting point, head east until you reach a small wooden bridge that passes over a small creek.
A treasure spot can be found in the water directly underneath the middle of the bridge.
Cranberry Bog Treasure #3
Southwest of the Overgrown Sundew Grove, there exists a large leafless tree right next to a pond.
The treasure can be found near its base, next to a rock.
Cranberry Bog Treasure #4
This leads to the second monorail pylon north of the Pylon V-13 location.
Players can find the treasure mound at the base of one of the support structures.
Forest Treasure #1
There should be a sizeable rusty bridge that crosses over a stream to the south of Point Pleasant.
A treasure mound can be found underneath this structure, hidden among some foliage and rocks.
Forest Treasure #2
An abandoned campsite can be seen in the southwest of the Camp Adams lookout area.
Searching under the cooking spit with the meat will unveil the treasure for this location.
Forest Treasure #3
The map leads to a small playground either to the southwest of Charleston landfill, or northwest of Relay Tower HG-B7-09, depending on which is closer to the player.
Our treasure mound can be found here, underneath the monkey bars.
Forest Treasure #4
Northwest of where players first exit Vault 76 at the beginning of the game, Anchor Farm is an area.
A yellow and blue colored airplane can be seen here, and the treasure is directly next to it.
Forest Treasure #5
Southeast of the Poseidon Energy Plant WV-06, there is a station known as the Charleston Trainyard.
There is a train wreck to the west of the area, and a treasure mound can be found right under the vehicle’s faded logo.
Forest Treasure #6
Leads to the old wooden bridge directly north of the Overseer’s Camp.
On the shore near the water sensor, players should find another treasure spot.
Forest Treasure #7
This map leads to the giant billboard near the area of Widow’s Perch.
Looking from the structure’s front, search the ground near its bottom left corner to find the treasure.
Forest Treasure #8
Southwest of Morgantown Trainyard, there should be a large riverbank near some train tracks.
An extremely noticeable treasure mound can be found here, covered in grass.
Forest Treasure #9
The treasure map leads to the southeastern entrance of the town of Summersville, next to an abandoned house between two buses.
A treasure spot can be found at the edge of the main entrance to the house, next to some broken paneling.
Forest Treasure #10
There is a drain pipe that empties into the river in the south of Greg’s Mine Supply shop.
Keep your eyes open for an elevated rock formation here, so you can easily spot the treasure mound next to a tree.
Mire Treasure #1
To the east of Hopewell Cave, there is a small abandoned shack.
Next to the building is a cliff, and a treasure mound can be seen here clearly.
Mire Treasure #2
North of Camp Venture, look for a railroad that leads into a tunnel.
A crashed train can be seen halfway inside the tunnel, and the treasure is found to the right of the entrance.
Mire Treasure #3
Southwest of the Southern Belle Motel, players can find a long winding bridge with a few vehicles.
Search the ground behind the first rusted section of the railing you come across on the left side to find your loot.
Mire Treasure #4
West of Crevasse Dam, you can find a broken bridge with a school bus blocking the path.
Take a look at the riverbank underneath this to find your treasure.
Mire Treasure #5
To the right of Excelsior Model Home, there is a small field covered in tall grass.
It’s a bit difficult to spot, but if you align yourself with the southeastern part of the bridge to the north, you can easily find the spot you’re looking for.
Savage Divide Treasure #1
Southwest of Federal Disposal Field HZ-21, a large yellow ‘Caution’ sign next to the fence that gates off the area.
The treasure mound can be seen underneath this warning sign.
Savage Divide Treasure #2
Just a bit north of the New Appalachian Central Trainyard, there are two broken-down trains. One is red, and the other is blue.
Our treasure can be located in the small gap between their two railroads, next to some wooden crates.
Savage Divide Treasure #3
Leads to the base of a ski lift pylon to the north of the Top of the World.
look for the crashed ski cart on the edge of the cliff to spot your treasure right next to it.
Savage Divide Treasure #4
Make your way to Solomon’s pond, and begin walking around the wooden pathways there.
Eventually you’ll spot a treasure mound at the bottom of a rocky hill nearby.
Savage Divide Treasure #5
This map takes you to the East of Blackwater Mine, where a large billboard can be seen.
Facing the front, a treasure spot can be seen directly at the feet of the structure.
Savage Divide Treasure #6
To the North of the Palace of Winding Paths, there is a steep cliff-side made of mud and jutting rocks.
Players can find the treasure in this location, near the broken tree.
Savage Divide Treasure #7
East of South Mountain Lookout, there are a series of these ledges facing a monorail track.
You have to drop down a few of these until you find yourself on the one with the treasure mound.
Savage Divide Treasure #8
Northwest of North Cutthroat Camp is an unmarked picnic area called the Walking Trail Picnic Area And Vista.
The treasure can be seen in the dirt near the cliff’s edge, next to some wooden beams and a motorcycle.
Savage Divide Treasure #9
There is a patch of flowers due south of the Autumn Acre Cabin. Go here, then walk towards the edge and drop down onto another ledge.
Search this new clearing, which also has some flowers, for the treasure spot.
Savage Divide Treasure #10
Leads to the fissure site due east of the Bailey Family Cabin, next to two abandoned trucks.
A treasure mound is seen right next to the small hill near one of these vehicles.
Toxic Valley Treasure #1
West of Becker Farm, you will find a small destroyed building.
Your treasure can be found beside this structure, on the slope of a small hill.
Toxic Valley Treasure #2
Southwest of the town of Clarksburg, there is a water tower standing in the open.
The treasure mound can be found in it’s immediate vicinity.
Toxic Valley Treasure #3
Next to the Pioneer Scout camp region, you will find an unmarked location known as Grafton Lake.
Look around this area for a crashed boat to find a treasure spot on the ground right beside it.
Toxic Valley Treasure #4
Leads to a cliff south of the Crashed Space Station.
It’s easy to spot the treasure among the wreckage since its color contrasts with the rest of the rock surface.
This has been our Fallout 76 Treasure Maps guide. We hope that it will help you in your wasteland adventures.