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.
Bricks and pavement
Follow the yellow brick road.
Brick by brick
Pathways and trails
I took the path less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.
The beauty of NH is that you can make your own main street if you really want. And people have made QR codes that mimic the oldschool faded grass paths. I still think Club LOL is corny af. As you said, it's good for a back drop, but not much more in my opinion. pic.twitter.com/6HSC70dByGThe beauty of NH is that you can make your own main street if you really want. And people have made QR codes that mimic the oldschool faded grass paths. I still think Club LOL is corny af. As you said, it's good for a back drop, but not much more in my opinion. pic.twitter.com/6HSC70dByG— Sukosuna (@sukosuna) July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
Waterways and moats
Go where the water flows.
Railroads & Train Tracks
Clickety, clickety, clickety. Woo woo!
Industrial express line
made a couple train crossing patterns for the koi club express line! #AnimalCrossing #ACNH #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/tdQX8D62A4made a couple train crossing patterns for the koi club express line! #AnimalCrossing #ACNH #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/tdQX8D62A4— ONIONLABS @ Wonder Egg Kickstarter! (@instant_onion) May 26, 2020May 26, 2020
Rugs & Carpet
私がポツポツ進めている床に直敷き重ねラグ、配布のリクエストがあったので投下しました！マイデザ枠20枚食い潰す気概のある方はどうぞ！！意外と何処にでも合います◎仕様許可もタグ付けも不要です。 #どうぶつの森 #あつまれどうぶつの森 #ACNH #マイデザイン pic.twitter.com/nCFjDDGS6k私がポツポツ進めている床に直敷き重ねラグ、配布のリクエストがあったので投下しました！マイデザ枠20枚食い潰す気概のある方はどうぞ！！意外と何処にでも合います◎仕様許可もタグ付けも不要です。 #どうぶつの森 #あつまれどうぶつの森 #ACNH #マイデザイン pic.twitter.com/nCFjDDGS6k— ぐちこ🌰あつ森𓁧 (@atsumori_915) May 27, 2020May 27, 2020
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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.
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