* Click a shape in the chart for more information
We're going to share some good places to find your favorite Pokemon. This guide is new, feel free to edit, rearrange, and contribute any way you like.
Also, everyone's recommending to use SilphRoad app. It's a list of all the recent sightings.
Other Pokemon Go Guides
I grabbed much of this information from the subreddit "/r/TallahasseePokemonGO"
One of the best sites in town. There are three poke-stops that can be lured at the same time, and you can be in range of all three!
The hot spots seems to be around the playground. There's recording sightings of:
- Hitmonchans (Between bathroom and playground definitely spawns at 9pm)
- Nidoran (both male and female)
- Magnemite (Park specialty)
- Bulbasaur (Near the Dog park, just past the parking for it, and a little to the left near the Pokestop)
- Nidoking (By the Lake and Dog Park)
- Haunter (Between the Lake and the Playground by a tree on the Frisbee golf course)
Cascades is reported to have some rarer pokemon. Try hunting around the lake. Usually you can get in the middle of a few lures and grab quite a few.
- Lured Pokémon: (Based on higher levels, 13+)
In the parking lot between Doak, the practice field, and the baseball there are at least three lures that let you collect multiple pokemon without having to move.
Magmar infrequently spawns in the area near the Stadium, which has many pokemon stops on its perimeter.
The Morcom Aquatic center, associated with the university, has a parking lot that very frequently spawns Onyx.
Gym and 3 pokestops not close enough to get all from the same spot but within shaded short walks. Trails lead in both directions along the lake and have pokestops on them. Bikeable to/from Tom Brown.
A lot of Pokemon pop here. (Maybe because a lot of people are playing nearby)
2 Pokestops of CK Steele Statue (it updates every 5 minutes so you can restock your Pokeballs while waiting on the bus)
Lots of Shellder
Diglett is commonly found there.
Jynx....lots of Jynx