Where to find No Swimming signs in Fortnite

Break the rules by swimming near two of the No Swimming signs in Fortnite.

In Fortnite, there are new challenges added on a regular basis, including one that tasks players with swimming near two “No Swimming” signs. To complete this challenge, you’ll need to get all of your swimming done in a single match. Because of this, finding a few No Swimming signs in close proximity seems to be the go-to strategy. To help, we’ve put together a guide showing you where to find No Swimming sins in Fortnite.

Where to find No Swimming signs in Fortnite

Where to find No Swimming signs in Fortnite
A closer look at where you can find No Swimming signs in Fortnite.
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During our time working to complete the “No Swimming” challenge, we were able to find 6 different No Swimming signs in and around the Fortnite map. In the image above, we’ve circled all of the locations where we encountered No Swimming signs. Note that two of these locations offer two No Swimming signs rather than one.

Depending on the path of the Battle Bus, we recommend dropping at locations at either the direct center or south end of the map. Alternatively, you can drop farther north, but doing so may make the challenge harder as you'll have to do a lot of running to get back down to the central area of the map where most of the No Swimming signs are located.

To make it easier to pinpoint these No Swimming signs in Fortnite, we’ve included screenshots of each one below.

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Sweaty Sands

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Sweaty Sands
The No Swimming sign on the north end of the Fortnite map can be found on a beach to the west of Sweaty Sands.
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The first No Swimming sign we stumbled across is on the beach to the west of Sweaty Sands. Unlike the No Swimming signs in the central and south parts of the map, this sign appears to be one of the only ones located in the northern quadrant of the Fortnite map.

Despite this, you can swim at this location then head down to the No Swimming sign near Gorgeous Gorge fairly quickly (especially if you grab a boat). 

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Gorgeous Gorge

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Gorgeous Gorge
Gorgeous Gorge has two No Swimming signs in Fortnite located at the top and bottom ends of the waterfall.
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In the central part of the Fortnite map, there are actually two No Swimming signs located in close proximity to one another. Unfortunately, swimming between each of them doesn't appear to count towards your challenge progress (at least it didn't in our case).

That said, swimming between the two can be a ton of fun. To do this, make your way to the top of Gorgeous Gorge.

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Lazy Lake
Once you let the waterfall take you, you'll land in a river area and to your left, you should be able to find another No Swimming sign in Fortnite.
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After jumping in the water and swimming around, let yourself be taken over the edge of the waterfall into the Lazy Lake area. On dry land to the immediate left, you'll see a gravestone and another no swimming sign, further emphasizing that you should not swim your way over the edge of a waterfall. 

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Hydro 16

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - Hydro 16
Hydro 16 also has two No Swimming signs in Fortnite, one at each end of the dam.
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Another set of No Swimming signs can be found at the Hydro 16 dam to the east of Slurpy Swamp. We aren't sure if swimming between the two No Swimming signs here updated our challenge progress, or if it updated because we'd previously swam near the No Swimming sign at Gorgeous Gorge.

Either way, it doesn't matter which end of Hydro 16 you start at as you'll find No Swimming signs on both sides. 

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - South Island

Fortnite No Swimming Sign - South Island
At the southernmost tip of the Fortnite map, you'll find another No Swimming sign near the shore of South Island.
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The last No Swimming sign can be found all the way at the bottom of the Fortnite map in the South Island area. Depending on the path of the Battle Bus, you may want to land here first and swim at the No Swimming sign seen in the image above before making your way past Misty Meadows over to the Hydro 16 dam. 

No matter which No Swimming signs you pick, as long as you swim near two during a single match, you should be able to complete this challenge in Fortnite! 

Now that you know where to find No Swimming signs in Fortnite, be sure to read through some of our previous guides including where to find Food Trucks in Fortnite, where to visit all of the Bus Stops in Fortnite, and news about the Ninja Outfit recently added to Fortnite.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. Need something? Morgan can be reached at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or if you like, you can say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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