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Animal Crossing: New Horizons — The best QR codes for streets, paths, bricks, waterways, and train tracks 2020

Acnh Qr Codes Streets Hero
Acnh Qr Codes Streets Hero (Image credit: iMore)

It's fun seeing your Animal Crossing island develop each day as you earn enough Bells to make improvements and add additional homes to your village. To give your creation that perfect look, you really ought to consider putting in streets, pathways, or even railroad tracks on your island.

You could wait until you unlock terraforming by completing Project K, or you can use these fan-made designs to layout your island right now. You'll find everything from wooden planks, to brick paths, to waterways. Here are the best Animal Crossing QR codes and Design IDs for streets, pavement, pathways, waterways, and train tracks.

If you don't know how to use Animal Crossing QR codes or Design IDs, check out our guide.

Streets and sidewalks

Hit the road, Jack, and don't come back.


Street (Image credit: Bidoof Crossing)

Painted lines

Street With Paint (Image credit: @merongcrossing on Tumblr)


Cobbles (Image credit: @hockeystew on Reddit)

White Tile

White Tile (Image credit: Bidoof Crossing)

Bricks and pavement

Follow the yellow brick road.

Brick by brick

Acnh Qr Codes Streets (Image credit: Inverse)


Red Pavers (Image credit: @merongcrossing on Tumblr)

Morioh roads

Morioh Streets (Image credit: @acliriell on Tumblr)

Rocky road

Rock Path (Image credit: iMore)

White pavers

White Pavers (Image credit: Bidoof Crossing)

Three designs

Three Bricks (Image credit: @Lauren Myland on Pinterest)

Snowy bricks

Snowy Bricks (Image credit: @SHIKI on Besaid Design Blog)

Multicolored bricks

Multicolored Bricks (Image credit: @cloudyacqr on Tumblr)

Pathways and trails

I took the path less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.

Dirt trail

Dirt Path (Image credit: @abhawk on Tumblr)

Faded walkway

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Wooden planks

Wooden Planks (Image credit: Bidoof Crossing)

Wooden path

Wooden Path

Wooden Path (Image credit: @Purristic on Reddit)

Garden rows

Garden Rows (Image credit: Bidoof Crossing)

Grass path

Grass Path (Image credit: @staticwind on Tumblr)

Waterways and moats

Go where the water flows.


Acnh Water Qr Code (Image credit: @CallistoEx on Talk Amongst Ourselves)

Pond tiles

Blossom Lake (Image credit: Vivcore's Dolly Daydream)

Fairy moat

Fairy Moat (Image credit: Vivcore's Dolly Daydream)

Icy waterways

Ice Water (Image credit: Vivcore's Dolly Daydream)

Railroads & Train Tracks

Clickety, clickety, clickety. Woo woo!

Wooden tracks

Train Tracks Acliriell

Train Tracks Acliriell (Image credit: @acliriell on Tumblr)

Industrial express line

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Forgotten railroad

Forgotten Railroad Serai

Forgotten Railroad Serai (Image credit: @animalcrossingcode on Instagram)

Rugs & Carpet

Decorative rug

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Car carpet

Car Carpet

Car Carpet (Image credit: @Weibrot on Imgur)

Make your own Animal Crossing QR codes

If you want, you can also upload your own designs to We've even written a guide to show you how to make your own QR codes for others to use.

Trails, streets, and pathways

These are some of the best Animal Crossing QR codes and Design IDs for roads, paths, and pavement that we've been able to find. More are being created every day, so we'll keep an eye out and add any others that catch our eye. Have fun decorating your island with these pathways. It does a lot towards making your little village feel more developed, and it's really just fun to do.

Rebecca Spear
Rebecca Spear

Rebecca Spear is the dedicated gaming editor for iMore who loves playing games on Switch and iOS. She is a Zelda nut through and through and can also talk for hours about her favorite Pokémon games. She’s written hundreds of guides and reviews over the last six years to the point that if you get stuck in a game somewhere, she can help you out. On any given day, you’ll find her following the latest tech, digitally drawing with her iPad Air and Apple Pencil, reading a good book, or - you guessed it - playing video games. Follow her on Twitter @rrspear (opens in new tab) to see her post about her corgi, foster kitties, art, and favorite video game characters.