Finding the three Skye's coastal campsites in Fortnite is one of the challenges you can complete in Fortnite Season 2 Chapter 2.
If you want to complete this challenge, you'll need to visit each Sky's coastal campsite that are hidden across the Fortnite map.
Completing this challenge will earn you 40,000 XP, which will help you unlock the new Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 battle pass skins.
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Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. So what's changes since? In the new Season 3 Fortnite map, you can use whirlpools, sharks, visit the Catty Corner vault, and collect gnomes at Homely Hills as part of challenges.
Fortnite Skye's coastal campsites locations at a glance
There are three Skye's coastal campsites hidden across the Fortnite map:
Since none of Skye's coastal campsites are marked on the map, you'll only know that you've visited one correctly when the challenge marker appears on screen.
To complete this challenge all you have to do is enter the three Skye's coastal campsite locations we've listed below.
Fortnite Misty Meadows Skye's coastal campsite location
This Skye's coastal campsite is located south-west of Misty Meadows in D8.
If you're having trouble finding it, then go to Apres Ski and head to the area of coast that is south-west of this lodge.
Fortnite Steamy Stacks Skye's coastal campsite location
This is by far the easiest of three Skye's coastal campsites to find. Simply head across the river that is directly south of Steamy Stacks and then follow the coastline till you find a little beach area, which is where the campsite is located.
Fortnite Season 3 has arrived, introducing Battle Pass skins, including Kit, Jules and Eternal Knight and a Aquaman skin. In this new map, you can use whirlpools, sharks, visit the Catty Corner vault, and the gnomes at Homely Hills as part of challenges.
Fortnite Sweaty Sands Skye's coastal campsite location
You'll find one of Skye's coastal campsites north-west of Sweaty Sands in A3.
Head past Fort Crumpet, or over if you're using a glider, to the area of coast that is directly north-west from this landmark.