Fortnite: Collect Floating Rings At Pleasant Park Guide (UPDATED)

We all float over here. Good thing with so much water.


We are already a third of the way through the newest Fortnite season, if you can believe it. It’s been a decent season so far, and the game’s fourth week provides plenty of new challenges to tuck into. One of the most interesting challenges of the week asks you to Collect Floating Rings At Pleasant Park.

If you’ve already been keeping up to date with your challenges this season, you will know we had a challenge just like this last week that asked you to do the same thing but at Lazy Lake. It’s the exact same thing this time out, and arguably even easier.

Here’s everything you need to know to Collect Floating Rings At Pleasant Park in Fortnite: Season 3, which will become available at the usual time for challenges.


Pleasant Park Floating Rings Locations

Pleasant Park Floating Rings
Pleasant Park Floating Rings

Pleasant Park Floating Rings

Pleasant Park has been a mainstay of Fortnite since the BR’s very first day, it only receiving a major change for the first time with the launch of this season. Thirteen seasons without being overhauled isn’t a bad record at all. Find it at D2/D3 on the Fortnite grid.

The image above shows all the Floating Rings in Pleasant Park circled in red. There are four in total to collect, just like with the previous one at Lazy Lake. You can complete this over as many matches as you like.

There is one in the north, one in the east, one on the border of Pleasant Park near a bridge in the south, and one in the northwest. We recommend you drop at the most southern Floating Ring as you can then take a zipline to each and every other Floating Ring.

Compared to the challenge from last week, this one should be significantly less stressful. This is down to the fact that two of the four Floating Rings can be accessed via Ziplines, you don’t have to worry as much about stumbling around trying to find. There aren’t really any inside Pleasant Park itself, so you have a lower risk of running into other players.

If you’re worried about your K/D while trying to grind through this challenge, we recommend that you drop into Team Rumble as you have respawns and people are generally far less sweaty.

One important thing to note regarding this challenge: if you’re reading this guide much later in the season, don’t forget that the map’s water level is constantly rising so the images you see here may not reflect what the map looks like at that time.

Epic never want to make guide writers’ jobs easy.

Elsewhere this week, check out to complete a lap at Motorboat Mayhem and also where to dance on camera. Each challenge will give you 35000 XP towards your Battle Pass progress.

UPDATE: it seems that this challenge is currently glitched for some players. Epic has yet to comment on the issue but they will either fix it or complete it automatically for those affected like they have in the past.

Fortnite: Chapter 2 – Season 3 is free-to-play on PC via the Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android.

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