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Quaker's Cove is a river jetty in Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption 2 in the Great Plains region of the West Elizabeth territory.

In Red Dead Redemption, it became the final resting place of the Serendipity riverboat wreck, which was towed to Quaker's Cove some time between 1907 and 1911.

Background

Not much is known about Quaker's Cove and its history; the only significant event known to have happened here is the sinking of the Serendipity riverboat.

In Red Dead Redemption 2, many boxes and barrels can be found, which suggest the jetty is still in use. Despite this, no people nor boats can be found within the area.

These can also be found in Red Dead Redemption, but the fact that most of them have rotted, and that the Serendipity lies untouched, signifies the jetty has been abandoned.

Layout

Quaker's Cove consists of a couple of small huts atop a collection of piers, which protrude from the southern shore of the Great Plains in West Elizabeth into Flat Iron Lake.

Trivia

  • Despite existing in Red Dead Redemption, it not marked on the map; instead, Wreck of the Serendipity is labelled. However, Quaker's Cove is marked on the map in Redemption 2, probably due to the Serendipity not being there.

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