Stardew Valley Wilderness Farm
Since the 1.1 update, you can choose from among five different types of Stardew Valley farms. Every farm type is intended for players who enjoy a certain sort of activities: Fishing, Foraging, Farming, Mining, or Combat. Although the standard farm offers the most space for your crops and buildings, other farms will be appreciated by those players whose main skills are different from Farming, making their lives a little simpler.
By choosing the right Stardew Valley farm layout, you can make it easier to train certain skills. For example, when choosing the Riverland Farm, there’s no need to go anywhere to catch a fish, as there’s a lot of water around. The Wilderness farm is also beneficial but only if you like killing monsters — lots of monsters. There are additional ponds and cliffs on a Wilderness Farm, which decrease the farming area. However, there are always some monsters, and many of them may drop highly valuable items, such as Diamonds. At night, monsters spawn right on your farm, and their difficulty grows as you increase your Combat level.
There is also a specific type of monsters that appear only on Wilderness Farms — Wilderness Golems. They also scale in difficulty depending on your Combat skills and behave like Stone Golems. You can also make Wilderness Golems appear on other types of farms if you visit the Witch’s Hut and give a Strange Bun to the Dark Shrine of Night Terrors.
Keep in mind that, after you choose your farm layout when creating a new game, you won’t be able to change it.