This is a guide to unlocking and making the Campsite in the game Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch. Learn what you need to do to make the Campsite, what you can do at a Campsite and how to use an amiibo to bring a Villager to the Campsite.
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To make a Campsite, you'll need to have upgraded Resident Services first. Upgrading Resident Services will take some time, but be sure to complete this step first.
How to Upgrade Resident Services
After upgrading Resident Services, talk to Tom Nook and ask What should I do?. He'll give you the DIY Recipe for a Campsite Construction Kit, so craft it right away.
If you're having trouble finding Iron Nuggets, try checking our guide below.
How to Get Iron Nuggets Fast
Choose where to put your Campsite. After you've laid the plot, wait for one day to pass and your Campsite will be complete
By using an amiibo with the Nook Stop in Resident Services, you can call a Villager to come to the Campsite. Then, you'll be able to invite that Villager to come and live on your Island.
List of amiibos and Compatibility
Occasionally, visitors will come to stay at your campsite. If you have less than the maximum number of Villagers (8 total), you'll be able to invite these visitors to become Villagers on your Island. Be sure to add a Villager when you find someone who suits your island's style!
If you invite a visitor at the Campsite to live on your Island and then talk to Tom Nook, he will give you a Housing Kit. You will need to pay 10,000 Bells to place this house somewhere on the Island. When the new Villager moves in, you will receive 1,000 Miles as a reward for finding a new Villager.
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no wonder the animal i was inviting to move kept saying no, i had to set up the house construction first
why do i have to pay 10,000 bells for someone else to move in???
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Question about meteor shower. I've never had one in my island but someone graciously invited me to see theirs. Anyway, there was a bunch of us there wishing the night away. I probably wished on dozens of stars. Next day, I certainly didn't have that many on my beach. I'm guessing the stars just get divided up based on who manages to wish first on the star? Also how often do you get falling stars/meteor showers? Seems really rare on my island.
They aren’t in my shop. Let me check and see if I have any in storage. Standby, I’ll get back to you.
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