Haven Park Full Map (List of Easy to Find Campgrounds and Quests)

Here is a full map as well as a list of easy to find campgrounds and quests.
The full map

List of easy to find campgrounds and quests
Sunshine Cove
Location:

Head west of the starting house
Building tips:
This camp can be completed soon after discovering it. Search for resources along the path to the camp as well as the dock and islands west of the camp. Try to build the cheapest stuff and teepees for tents since fabric is rarer than wood early game.
Quests: have you seen my boat?
This only shows up after you’ve destroyed the boat. There is no “happy” outcome.

Willows Beach,
Location:

Head east of the starting house, there’s a dock in the very bottom right of the map, walk a bit north and up the path along the cliff to find this camp.
Quest: Legend of the valley: costs 10 coins, treasure hunt given by the second camper. Rewards 40 coins
“There was an old Merchant, whose gold was abundant.”
“His Sons Vile and Greedy, were craving their legacy.”
“Tired to see them fight, he did what he thought right.”
“He traveled far away, brought his gold in a bay.”
“Then hid it in the sand, in the palm of the hand.”

Head east of Willows Beach Campgrounds to the beach, swim north along the edge of the water until you find a small island shaped like a hand.

Western Creek
Location: follow the path north west from Sunshine Cove until you reach trail marker 2, then continue on path north.
Completion requirements:
Rest, tent, rest, decoration, activity, tent, rest, food

For resources, consider searching the dead lake to the south east of the campgrounds.

Black Tower
Location: Starting from Willows Beach Campground, walk north west a short ways and you’ll see the tower.
Quest:
“The Gem of Black Tower” rewards The Gem of the Black Tower (Snowman’s nose)
Read the book on top of the black tower and play the choose you own adventure.
Correct answers:
You make a torch and light it
You take the stairs going down
You enter the crypt as quietly as possible
You pass right next to him, very carefully
You take it
You start singing a lullaby
You jump on the side
Then you need to find a shovel, from the black Tower campground walk west towards the canyon, the path should split at a sign go north on the trail label canyon. You should see the construction site shortly after just left of the path.


Then return to the tower
You knock on the door
Greenstone
Now you need to find a replacement for your torch, jump off the tower and head west into the sandy part of the map, next to the small pond should be a lantern. It’s very close so dont head too far.


You mutter a very shy ”hello…?”
250 coins (third answer not sure if the math makes sense)
Then you get a gem that might make a good nose

Wishing Well
Location: follow the signs pointing towards the canyon, once you are at the north side of the canyon, walk to the west.

Quest: talk to the wishing well, rewards 5 coins

Yellowfields
Location: follow the signs pointing towards the canyon, once you are at the north side of the canyon, walk to the north east following signs pointing to yellow fields. The campground is north of the town.
Quests: Hide and seek
From the black Tower campground walk west towards the canyon, the path should split at a sign, go north on the trail label canyon. You should see the construction site shortly after, just left of the path. And to the left of the construction site is an arch that the camper is hiding behind.

Atoll
Location: north of Yellowfields campgrounds, along the coast in the north east part of the map.
Special note: swim east from the campgrounds to the ship wreck for an achievement.
Quest: staring contest

Lighthouse at the bay
Location: at the very north west corner of the map, you can swim there from the start if you like.
Quest: Camper’s Quiz
Q: where do the park’s rare flowers grow? A: in the snow
Q:What’s the name of the crashed plane? A: The Yellow Baron
Q: How many chalets in Yellowfields village? A: 8

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