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There are a variety of buildings in the Cindersap Forest which you can explore.

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  • Abandoned House
  • Leah’s Cottage
  • Marnie’s Ranch
  • Traveling Cart
  • Wizard’s Tower

The forest also leads to the Secret Woods.

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You can forage for a lot of items in the Cindersap Forest, including the Spring Onion, which is unique to the forest. These spawn at the tillable soil in the southeast of the region, and don’t count as regular forage items.

  • In Spring: Wild Horseradish (50%), and Dandelion (50%)
  • In Summer: Sweet Pea (60%), and Spice Berry (40%)
  • In Fall: Common Mushroom (50%), and Blackberry (50%)
  • In Winter: Crocus (39%), Crystal Fruit (39%), and Holly (22%)



Cindersap Forest has two fishing regions; the river and the pond. Some fish can be caught in both, while some are specific to one body.

It also contains one of the game’s five Legendary Fish: the Glacierfish. To catch the Glacierfish, you need to be at least Fishing level 6 in Skills, but again, buffs can be used. In the forest, there is only a single tile you may stand on; the southern most tip of Arrowhead Island, and your bobber must be at least four tiles away from land. As long as it is Winter, you have a 50% chance of the Glacierfish appearing. It has a difficulty of 100.

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Season Fish Time Of Day River Or Pond
Spring Sunfish 6am-7pm (Sunny) River
Spring Catfish 6am-12am (Rainy) River
Spring Chub 6am-2am River
Spring Green Algae 6am-2am Both
Spring Smallmouth Bass 6am-2am Pond
Spring Shad 9am-1am (Rainy) River
Spring Bream 6am-2am River
Summer Dorado 6am-7pm River
Summer Rainbow Trout 6am-7pm (Sunny) River
Summer Sunfish 6am-7pm (Sunny) River
Summer Chub 6am-2am River
Summer Green Algae 6am-2am Both
Summer Pike 6am-2am Both
Summer Shad 9am-1am (Rainy) River
Summer Bream 6am-2am River
Fall Salmon 6am-7pm River
Fall Tiger Trout 6am-7pm River
Fall Catfish 6am-12am (Rainy) River
Fall Chub 6am-2am River
Fall Midnight Carp 10pm-1am Pond
Fall Green Algae 6am-2am Both
Fall Smallmouth Bass 6am-2am Pond
Fall Shad 9am-1am (Rainy) River
Fall Walleye 12pm-1am (Rainy) Both
Fall Bream 6am-2am River
Winter Tiger Trout 6am-7pm River
Winter Chub 6am-2am River
Winter Midnight Carp 10pm-1am Pond
Winter Green Algae 6am-2am Both
Winter Lingcod 6am-2am River
Winter Perch 6am-2am Both
Winter Pike 6am-2am Both
Winter Bream 6am-2am River


The Cindersap Forest has one of the biggest range of artifacts in Stardew Valley. This is good as it means more variety and a lot more options, but also makes it less likely to get any specific item.

  • Palm Fossil (0.6% + 3-5%)
  • Prehistoric Scapula (3-6%)
  • Prehistoric Handaxe (3%)
  • Ancient Doll (2.4%)
  • Prehistoric Tool (2.1%)
  • Trilobite (1.9%)
  • Arrowhead (1.6%)
  • Chewing Stick (1.5%)
  • Elvish Jewelry (0.8%)
  • Ancient Drum (0.7%)
  • Bone Flute (0.7%)
  • Ancient Seed (0.7%)
  • Ancient Sword (0.7%)
  • Ornamental Fan (0.7%)
  • Prehistoric Tibia (0.6%)
  • Amphibian Fossil (0.6%)
  • Strange Doll (green) (0.06%)
  • Strange Doll (yellow) (0.06%)

As well as these artifacts, you can also find Clay, Lost Books, Stones, and Copper Ore, as well as Snow Yam and Winter Root in Winter and Rice Shoots in Spring. If you have a Magnifying Glass, you can also find a Secret Note.

Trash Bear

Trash Bear appears in Cindersap Forest on a set day. They will appear on the first non-rainy day of year three, and will request four random items. Bringing them these items will see Cindersap Forest and the Trailer’s front yard be cleared up, as well as a better dog pen for Dusty.

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