How to install Stardew Valley Mods


How to install Stardew Valley Mods


Find your game folder

Next you’ll need to open your game folder (the one containing Stardew Valley’s .exe file). Here’s where to find it by default:

Platform Path
Windows GOG: C:\Program Files (x86)\GOG Galaxy\Games\Stardew Valley
or C:\GOG Games\Stardew Valley
Steam: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Stardew Valley
Linux GOG: ~/GOGGames/StardewValley/game
Steam: ~/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Stardew Valley
Mac GOG: /Applications/Stardew Valley.app/Contents/MacOS
Steam: ~/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Stardew Valley/Contents/MacOS

Not there? Here are some other ways to find it:

Option 2: find it through SMAPI

  1. Launch SMAPI.
  2. Enter this command in the SMAPI console (the second window that opens with the game):
    show_game_files

Option 3: find it through Steam

  1. Open the Steam client.
  2. Right-click on Stardew Valley.
  3. Click Properties.
  4. Click the Local Files tab.
  5. Click the Browse Local Files… button to open the game folder.

Option 4: find it through GOG Galaxy

  1. Open the GOG Galaxy client.
  2. In the game sidebar, right-click on Stardew Valley.
  3. Choose Manage Installation > Show Folder to open the game folder.

Install mods

To install a mod, just unzip it into the Mods folder in your game folder. Make sure each mod has its own subfolder, without trailing numbers. For example, if you have a PineapplesEverywhere mod, you should have a file structure like this:

Stardew Valley/
-Mods/
–PineapplesEverywhere/
—PineapplesEverywhere.dll
—manifest.json

If you have a lot of mods, you can optionally organise them into subfolders. SMAPI will automatically search inside each folder until it finds one with files.

Stardew Valley/
-Mods/
–Fruit mods/
—PineapplesEverywhere/
—-PineapplesEverywhere.dll
—-manifest.json
—ApplesNowhere/
—-ApplesNowhere.dll
—-manifest.json

If you have a folder that looks like PineapplesEverywhere-1234567890, check inside it for the actual mod folder. Folders named like this often have more folders and possibly readme files inside them.

If you want to disable a folder, just add a dot in front of the folder name (like .disabled mods). Windows won’t let you do that by default, but just put a dot at the end too and it’ll let you (like .disabled mods.).


We hope that our quick guide on how to install Stardew Valley mod helped you to feel more comfortable while adding new mods to your game. We assure you – it is really worth trying all these new Stardew Valley mods.

As you already know how to install Stardew Valley mods to you game, start browsing. New mods are usually added every day so you can always find all kinds of different Stardew Valley mods to freshen up your game. Maps, Crops, Buildings, Items and more – all these mods are created by passionate and dedicated Stardew Valley community members. And as you already feel comfortable adding new mods and know how to install Stardew Valley mods properly, add as many mods as you wish and make your game more customized to your needs and wishes.

Stardew Valley community is continuously improving so grow together with other game fans – update your game with new mods from time to time and you will never feel that you missed something important. Feel what new trends are in the community and be the part of it. Build yourself a game like it was made special to you – customize it with the wide variety of Stardew Valley mods.


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