Red Dead Online Camp And Moonshine Locations


In this blog, we are going to talk about Camp and Moonshine. This is part of Trader Role business. We hear it in business all the time. It is all about location, location, and location. Let’s go!

Camp Sites

There is a few things that you need to look at. Camp locations are all random by the game. Is it easy to get in and out? Yes, it might be easy to get out with your horse. The wagon might not be that easy. You need to take a look around. This is a key for success for this role. If you break the wagon or kill the horse, you will lose some of your goods. You will be able to delivery the rest by horse back. If you are using just your horse, you don’t need to worry about the camp.

Moonshine Locations

The two best locations are Tall Trees and Bayou. Both locations, you can put your camp close. Hunting is really nice in both areas. Heartland is good for hunting but shack is in the mountains. Grizzley location is up in the mountains also. Rocks and glass does not work well together. Grizzley has some really good hunting areas. Plus, there are not too many other players up there. New Austin is ok. It is in the middle of the pack. It is pretty flat but some sell missions will take you in the mountains.

Best Locations Together

I highly recommend these both locations, which are Bayou and Tall Trees. You put your camp in the same area and both areas gives you a nice hunting area. Both locations make it easy to sell your shine and do the moonshine missions. I get heartland area is good for hunting and some of the New Austin. Keep in mind of your money and time ratio.

Closing, this is all about what you want. These thoughts are my own. You might believe that New Austin is so much better. I am just here to give you ideas on how to make money and gold. Also, you experience of having fun. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

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