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Twin Pine Cabins is a location in the Forest region of Appalachia. It is located northeast of Vault 76, past the North Kanawha lookout.


Numerous attacks by the Scorched and super mutants, fighting with each other for control of the territory, resulted in this pleasant pair of cabins being turned into a small warzone. By 2103, the Blood Eagles had killed the creatures and taken up residence in the location. The gang lost four members while taking over, but spared one super mutant to gain information from it. It said that others would be coming, before the Blood Eagles stabbed it to death and burned the rest of the corpses.[1][Non-canon 1]


Twin Pine Cabins are two cabins formerly used as a super mutant camp. By the time the Vault Dweller arrives, it has been overrun by the Blood Eagles. A dirt path from the highway leads south, up to the two cabins. The western cabin is situated on a ridge above the east cabin. Mines are scattered throughout the location.

The eastern cabin contains a green military trunk and a refrigerator. There are two handcuffed skeletons hidden under the floorboards. There is a cooking station located at the rear of the eastern cabin, near the blue car. Wood piles can be found underneath the porch of the western cabin to use with the cooking station.

The western cabin contains some lockers, a first aid kit, cooler, and a weapons workbench. A ramp from a ledge outside of the western cabin crosses to the roof of the eastern cabin and a wooden crate. A level zero locked safe can be found underneath the ledge.

Notable loot

  • The problem with super mutants - Note, in the western cabin, on a desk.
  • Blood Eagle oath - Holotape, in the western cabin, on a wooden shelf.
  • Potential magazine - Vertical, between two metal barrels, at the entrance corner of the lower western cabin with the green trunk inside it.
  • Potential plan - In the western cabin, on the metal cabinet next to the weapons workbench.


Before Wastelanders, the location was inhabited by the Scorched. The update added a number of exterior changes to the location, as well as the Blood Eagles that currently inhabit it. A mini nuke could be found in the western cabin before the update, though it was removed.


Twin Pine Cabins appears only in Fallout 76, expanded upon in the Wastelanders update.




  1. Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p. 287: "TWIN PINE CABINS
    Intermittent battles for territory between the Scorched and Super Mutants have resulted in this once-idyllic pair of cabins being turned into a place of bloodshed. Come for the meat bags: Stay for the Truck scavenge."

    (Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Atlas of Appalachia)