Unless you’ve been hiding in a cave over recent months you’re well aware that Pokémon Go* is all the rage these days. Hunt Pokémon. Collect them all. Get into shape. And have a blast doing it.
It’s fun for the whole family – at least until your cell battery bites the dust!
So to make the chase a heckuva lot easier, we’ve put together a list of resources to find Pokémon Go stops near Taylor Morrison communities.
Unearthing Pokémon in the desert is a breeze with this simple guide.
Bay Area Prowl
Hit the parks in San Jose and keep your phone on the table while dining out all across the Bay.
Roseville is your go to Go destination. Start at the fountain and check out major shopping malls such as Westfield Galleria.
Searching in Southern California
The OC is Pokémon heaven, particularly at parks, nature reserves and beaches. Prepare plenty of Pokéballs before tackling this monstrous list of Pokéstops.
A Quest in Denver
Shopping centers, parks and universities. Here’s your Top 10 Pokéstop list for the Mile High City. Check out this cool interactive map to capture them all!
Pokémon by the Sea: Fort Myers & Naples
Try your luck at the many Lee County Parks or plan a trip to the Naples Zoo.
Restaurant hopping is a popular strategy for finding stops in Orlando as is visiting big entertainment districts such as Disney and Universal.
It’s no surprise that St. Armand’s Circle and popular beaches are hot spots in Sarasota but you’ll find the full guide here.
Tourist towns are ideal for hunting. You could spend a full day stalking at Busch Gardens.
Adventure in Atlanta
Ghosts, ghouls and Go stops at Oakland Cemetery plus tips for rare finds in Atlanta.
Stop and Go Chicago
Scour the Western Suburbs near home and then head downtown to complete your collection.
The University of North Carolina campus is a sure bet to fill your assemblage. Find more free family-friendly stops and gyms here.
Roaming in Raleigh
Top 5 Hot Spots for catching monsters in Raleigh.
Austin Go Guide
Charge up your phone and charge into Austin’s Top 20 Go stops.
Hunting in Houston
Uncovering Pokémon in the country’s 4th largest city just got a whole lot more efficient.
Where’s your favorite place to collect Pokémon? Tell us in the comments section below.
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Photo Credit: “PHFL+2474624_mi_so_23_0804_night” by Fort George G. Meade Public Affairs Office is licensed under CC by 2.0. “Go!” by Noah Cloud is licensed under CC by 2.0. “WILD PIKACHU APPEARS!” by Sadie Hernandez is licensed under CC by 2.0