How to get Log Stakes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Here's how to make log stakes in Animal Crossing New Horizons

To make the bridge construction kit for Tom Nook, you will need log stakes; here's how to make log stakes in Animal Crossing New Horizons.

How to make Log Stakes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons 

To get log stakes in Animal Crossing New Horizons, you will need to make them with three wood you get from trees; once you get the wood, you can then craft the log stakes at a workbench under the housewares section.

But if you have trouble finding the wood you need for the stakes, you can get a ton by making either a flimsy axe or a regular axe with the following resources.

How to make a Flimsy Axe in Animal Crossing: New Horizons 

  • Five Tree branches
  • Two Stones

How to make an Axe in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

  • One Flimsy Axe
  • One Wood: you can get wood from chopping trees down with your flimsy axe. 
  • One Iron Nugget: you can get iron nuggets from rocks with a stone axe you make after getting the pretty good tools recipe with three wood and a flimsy axe. 

That said, once you make an axe, you can then use it to get wood you need to make the log stakes; as we said earlier, you can make the log stakes inside a workbench, but if you don't have one yet, you can use one at Residental Services.

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After the log stakes are made, you can then make the bridge constructor kit you need to build a bridge and clay and stone; If you have trouble getting the last two materials, you can get them by breaking rocks or digging around them with a shovel or axe.

For more on Animal CrossingPGG has you covered with guides like how to get more storage and how to get hardwood.

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