Appalachia's wildlife is resilient and the fact that a nuclear war wasn't enough to wipe it out clearly shows that. Not only that, but its role in sustenance and survival wasn't diminished one bit. When in need of some meat or hides, it's a good idea to look for a Fallout 76 Rabbit location or several.
Here are a handful of places to consider in your search for a Fallout 76 Rabbit Location.
Where is the Fallout 76 Rabbit?
Fallout 76 rabbits count as critters, meaning that you won't get a ton of experience from routinely hunting them. They do, however, drop rabbit meat, which can be eaten or cooked, hides, as well as minor ammunition at times.
Although there are a number of locations where you can find rabbits in Fallout 76, one of the most reliable ones is the hill behind the Whitespring Service Entrance.
Other places that can be worthwhile Fallout 76 rabbit locations are the road northeast of Monongah Mine, a house on the railroad tracks south of Sunnytop station and west of Camp Adams. You might also find them on top of the hill southeast of Cow Spots Creamery, between Lakeside cabins and Summersville, on the dry lakebed, as well as near the pond west of the isolated cabin. While these locations are less reliable than the Whitespring Service Entrance, they're still viable choices if you plan on adventuring in their vicinity.
As always, it's a good idea to keep an eye out for Fallout 76 rabbits regardless of where in Appalachia you may find yourself. You never know when you might bump into one.