Fallout 4 Far Harbor Settlements Locations, Where to Find Workshops
Anyone who has had a little experience with Fallout 4 already knows what settlements are. These are specific areas that players can turn into their homes. However, do note that in order to do so, you must unlock a settlement’s workshop.
Moreover, if a settlement is under enemy control, you must clear the area of all present threat before accessing the workshop and settlement in the area. In some rare cases, you will also come across settlements controlled by friendly NPCs – you must gain their trust in such scenarios.
Once you have found and unlocked a total of 3 Far Harbor workshops, you will unlock Push Back the Fog Achievement/Trophy.
Fallout 4 Far Harbor Settlements Locations and Workshops
Our Fallout 4 Far Harbor workshops and settlements locations guide will tell you exactly where you need to go in order to access them:
National Park Visitor’s Center
This one is located on the northern edge of The Island. You need to head north of the Cliff’s Edge Hotel and east of the Aldersea Day Spa in order to find it. However, do note that you will only be able to turn it into a settlement after you have completed The Hold Out quest and have spoken with Uncle Ken.
This one is located in the northeastern side of The Island. You need to head over to north side of Far Harbor and east side of Cliff’s Edge Hotel in order to find it. However, do note that you will not be able to turn it into a settlement unless you have completed the Walk in the Park quest and have talked to Old Longfellow.
Echo Lake Lumber
This one is located on the western edge of The Island. You need to head over to south side of Briney’s Bait and Tackle and north side of Atom’s Spring in order to find it. However, do note that you will only be able to turn it into a settlement after completing Turn Back the Fog quest.
This one is located on the northern edge of The Island. You need to head over to north side of Aldersea Day Spa and northwest side of National Park Visitor’s Center. Do note that you will only be able to turn it into a settlement after completing the Blood Tide quest.
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Lastly, do note that this guide is far from complete and we will continue to add more Settlements and Workshops Locations in days to come.
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