Evergreen Huckleberries are one of the many collectible herb plants that are scattered throughout the massive world of RDR2‘s Story Mode and Online Mode. These berries also offer some specific uses in both the story mode and the online mode, such as being a key ingredient in Predator Bait and Potent Predator Bait.
However, these Evergreen Huckleberries also serve unique purposes specific to RDR2 Online for daily challenges and making Evergreen Moonshine in the moonshiner business. These berries can also be consumed to replenish the health core of your character in both story mode and online. The Evergreen Huckleberries themselves can be spotted by their sharp evergreen leaves that make up the bush and their blackberries. They can be prominently found along the Kamassa River that runs all the way through Lemoyne to New Hanover.
Due to their unique uses, we at KeenGamer went and made a comprehensive list of several locations you can find these berries so you can cut down on time spent gathering and get to the fun stuff in RDR2. That said, giddy-up partner, because we are heading down south to the swamps of Lemoyne for some Evergreen Huckleberries.
Furthermore, we also recommend checking out some of our other articles for more on Red Dead Redemption 2, especially the RDR2 Online Violet Snowdrop Location Guide, as it will help you find those plants similar in nature to that of this guide. Also, if you haven’t already bought the game, you can get it for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #1
For the first Evergreen Huckleberry location, you are going to need to head to the far end of the “L” in “Lemoyne” on the RDR2 map as shown by the image above. Also, don’t forget to use your eagle eye ability to help spot these berries; you can’t miss them as they stand out when using eagle eye.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #2
For the next location, you really don’t have to go far, as this one is just a little north of the first location as shown above. It’s also worth noting that it may be a good idea to check around all these areas, as we may have missed a few or they may not spawn in the exact location.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #3
The third location we found Evergreens in is to the far left of Southfield flats and northwest from Rhodes, as shown by the RDR2 map above.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #4
Again, like the first and second location, you are going to need to go north from the third location a bit for the fourth berry location on this list.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #5
For the next location, just head north from the fourth one and you should find it. Be sure to remember to use the eagle-eye ability to spot the bushes a bit easier.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #6
Now for the sixth location on this list, you’re going to head to the railway that runs across this little stretch of land near the “O” in “Lemoyne” on the RDR2 map, as shown by the image above. One thing to note is that near this location is a spot where a pesky bird called a Spoonbill loves to hang out.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #7
Well, this may come as a surprise, but for this next location, you’re just going to head left a bit and it should be around the spot as shown by the image we have above.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #8
To find the eighth location, just turn all the way around and travel east of the seventh location and head south a bit. After doing so, you should find it around the spot as shown by our image above.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #9
The ninth location we have in this list for Evergreen Huckleberries is found directly south of the “A” in “Marsh” in the area called Bluewater Marsh.
Evergreen Huckleberry Location #10
For the last location on our list, you just need to head east from the ninth location and then south of the “H” in “Bluewater Marsh,” as shown above.
After this last location, this is all we have regarding where to find RDR2 Evergreen Huckleberries locations. Hopefully, by utilizing our little list here, you will cut down on time needed to find these pesky berries and get back to making sweet moonshine or hunting some bears. Also, feel free to leave feedback regarding what you thought about our list, and how it can be further improved. Until next time, readers, and be safe out there, partners!