All Farm Layouts In Stardew Valley

 All Farm Layouts In Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a farming and life simulation RPG where you can do a host of activities including building your own farm from nothing.  In this guide, we will take you through all the farm layouts in Stardew Valley.

Stardew Valley: Farm Layouts Guide

There are seven types of farms to choose from, and you might be wondering what they all are. There are some differences between the farms which we have pointed out for you so that you can make an informed decision on what farm layout you should pick.

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Standard Farm

This is the first map, which is pretty basic. It’s good for farming crops and fishing, as well as for rearing animals. There are 3427 tillable tiles on this map. 235 are non-tillable but you can still build on them.

Riverlands Farm

With 1578 tillable tiles, this layout doesn’t have a lot of farming space, but you can fish a lot. If you want more waterbodies, you can take up this farm.

Forest Farm

There are a lot of trees on this map, with 8 renewable Large Stumps (Hardwood). It also has seasonal items for foraging which will spawn, as well as some ponds to fish in.

Hilltop Farm

If you want to take on the Mining life, this is a great option as it is full of Stones, Ore nodes, and Geode nodes. There is a large stream for fishing, as well as some cliffs, which means that there is less space to farm. In fact, only 1648 titles are tillable.

Wilderness Farm

This has a lot of farming as well as fishing land, but the difference from the first layout is that monsters will spawn at night. You can fight these monsters and increase your combat level in Stardew Valley.

Four Corners Farm

This layout is great for co-ops as you will be able to play in a group of four. There are four types of farms at each corner, and players will be assigned at random. The farms are usually focused on farming, foresting, fishing and mining respectively.

Beach Farm

The Beach farm is the newest layout on this list, and it has foraging and fishing space, but isn’t great for farming. In fact, sprinklers will not work here due to the sandy nature of the land. It has only 772 tillable tiles.

Jayita T

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