If you haven’t mastered the Egg Festival yet, then this is your Stardew Valley Egg Hunt route guide where you will learn everything you need to know not only about this festival in general, but also the best route to win the egg hunt!
Festivals are truly great ways to experience all that this game has to offer, so don’t miss out on this one!
In the guide below, you can learn more about the Egg Festival, the first event of this type in the year! If you have heard about such festivals as the Night Market or the Fair, then you’re in for the same amount of excitement with this one!
When is the Egg Festival?
Before we jump to the best Stardew Valley egg hunt route, let’s take a look at what this event is actually all about and when you can even attend it.
- Date – Spring 13
- Time – from 9am to 2pm
- Return at – 10pm
- Place – Pelican Town
These are all the basics you need to know to attend in the first place. If you’re afraid that you will forget the day of the event, feel free to note it down! This is the type of festival that you don’t want to miss!
Now, let’s dive deeper into the main details of the biggest entertainment of the festival – the Egg Hunt.
How Does the Egg Hunt Work?
So, how does this whole work in the game? Basically, you will enter an egg hunt against other villagers. If you don’t collect enough eggs, Abigail will win the Egg Hunt. Many players have been complaining that she wins all the time because, well, it’s not so easy to win this!
However, if you do win, you will receive a prize. If you win the first year, you will get a Straw Hat. If you win after the first year, you will get a reward of 1k Gold. That doesn’t sound too bad, right?
If you’re interested in the hunt itself, keep in mind that it will start in the middle of the square. Once you account for that, you can start creating your own strategy to win this egg hunt.
However, there is also the option of going with the recommended route. Below you will find a way to win the hunt, which is approved by many players.
A Route for the Stardew Valley Egg Hunt
Let’s get right to the main part of this guide – the route itself. Of course, this is just a suggestion by other players, but you can absolutely take a lot of notes this route option.
As you can see, everything starts in the square with the player moving to the north-west part of the map to start collecting the first three eggs before moving south. Once you reach the water, you can start going east (through the bottom of the square) until you reach the middle of the map.
That’s where you will be able to find a lot (A LOT) of eggs, so try to be quick.
As you can see, this can be slightly confusing during the first year, but you can definitely win this festival activity if you follow the map.
Many players have said that this map helped them to finally win against Abigail for the first time in forever.
Here you go! Try to follow this map during the upcoming Egg Festival and see if it will be your lucky day!
Other Stardew Valley Events You Should Attend
Now that you know more about this festival, why not give yourself a small reminder about other amazing events that you shouldn’t miss out on while playing Stardew Valley?
Whether you’re more interested in attending the Festival of Ice or the Night Market, wintertime can be great for all types of events! Go out to the city and enjoy Stardew Valley’s version of Christmas and more!
- Luau festival
Get ready for the Luau festival and its main attraction – the Potluck! Bring some items to put in the communal soup and have fun! Also, if you happen to have Mayor Lewis’ shorts in your inventory, you can also put them into the soup! Just be prepared for a special reaction from the mayor himself!