Days Gone – All Tourism Collectible Locations

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Tourism Collectible Locations

The game has a very detailed collectible information menu where you can check the progress of all collectibles in Days Gone.

Tourism Collectible #1 – Old Pioneer Cemetery Brochure

Tourism Collectible #2 – Hungry Jim’s Menu

Tourism Collectible #3 – Marion Forks Bumper Stickers

Tourism Collectible #4 – Marion Forks Postcards

Tourism Collectible #5 – The Benefits of Bear Creek Hot Springs

Tourism Collectible #6 – Salome Hot Springs Guestbook

Tourism Collectible #7 – Bears? Where?! Black Bear Awareness Poster

Tourism Collectible #8 – Belknap Fire Season Warning Sign

Tourism Collectible #9 – Seeking Gorgeous Man

Tourism Collectible #10 – Frontier Motel Brochures

Tourism Collectible #11 – Sherman’s Camp Brochure

This is unlocked automatically.

Tourism Collectible #12 – Meet the Campfire Cadets

Tourism Collectible #13 – Sherman’s Camp Farmer’s Market Poster

Tourism Collectible #14 – Rogue Camp Whiskey Menu

Tourism Collectible #15 – Preserving the Beauty of Crater Lake Poster

Tourism Collectible #16 – Crater Lake Postcards

Tourism Collectible #17 – Fishing at Diamon Lake Village

Tourism Collectible #18 – Chemult Suds-Fest

Tourism Collectible #19 – Balloons Over Chemult

Tourism Collectible #20 – Take Out & Tunes

Tourism Collectible #21 – Pet Parade

Tourism Collectible #22 – Chemult Community College Green Week Poster

Tourism Collectible #23 – Chemult Ski Resort Brochure

Tourism Collectible #24 – Klamath Marsh Wetlands Preservation Flyer

Tourism Collectible #25 – Iron Butte Ranch Masters Tournament

Tourism Collectible #26 – Adam Finch Stout Label

Tourism Collectible #27 – Snowbrush Ranch Alpaca Farm

Tourism Collectible #28 – Classified Virus Research

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