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Grower's shack
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World map: Point Lookout
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Cell NameDLC04ShackGrower
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Grower's shack is a location in Point Lookout. It contains a small Swampfolk farming operation that does business with Tobar the Ferryman[1].

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It is a shack that looks like any other shack commonly seen throughout Point Lookout. Outside of the shack, a relatively large field of wild punga fruit is growing.


Inside the grower's shack, there is a usable queen-sized bed, as well as a sink and toilet. It also contains various furniture pieces that can be sat upon. There is a random swampfolk living inside.

Notable loot


  • Unlike most cabinets in Fallout 3, the cabinets in the grower's shack can actually be opened up to reveal the contents inside.


Grower's shack appears in the Fallout 3 add-on Point Lookout.


  • Xbox 360Icon xbox360.png It is possible to get stuck between the chairs surrounding the kitchen table. Reloading an autosave fixes this.


  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide Game of the Year Edition p.662: "1.04: GROWER'S SHACK (LAT 02/LONG 05)
    On the trail that winds randomly northwest from Point Lookout to the Sacred Bog lies a small farming operations that does business with Tobar the Ferryman. It is the westernmost point in the middle of the "Trapper's Triangle," which stretches from the Grower's Shack [1.03] in the west to the Trapper's Shack to the north [1.05] to the Lil' Tyke Playhouse to the southeast [1.07]. A small dock and outbuilding (which cannot be entered) and two rickety bridges allow access to this growing operation. Rows of flickering bulbs keep the Bloatflies away, and provide visual cues. Also find numerous Wild Pinga to pick, and a number of Swampfolk ready to defend their livelihood. You can sip water from the Water Tower Valve after thirsty combat. The main attraction however, is the Grower's Shack itself, Access the Storm Door to Run-down Shack on the north side, near the rusting swings."
    (Fallout 3 Game of the Year Edition Tour of Point Lookout)