A Few Places Among Hundreds To Find Pokemon GO Sites

Dated: 07/23/2016

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If you’re anything like me, you’re probably trying to “Catch them All’ these last few weeks, either in your spare time, your walk to your car, or on your walks around the park- We have also been running the app while we drive around neighborhoods since my fiance and I are looking for a house to buy once our lease is up in October. The app is a welcome distraction from the sometimes daunting process of looking for a home- and it’s definitely brought us to places in the

Front Range area we had no idea even existed.

This is also a great app to give your kiddos while you’re looking at houses- but it does drain your battery so it’s good to leave the house with a full battery!

Most of the major parks in Denver have at least a few pokestops, including the Denver Zoo, Botanic Gardens, and the Butterfly Pavilion, as well as lots of the smaller parks. Also a number of Cemeteries are positively teeming with Pokestops, Pokelures, and Pokemon, but be respectful of your surroundings and don’t walk over graves or lean against the monuments.

With that being said, here’s a few other places we have found some great Pokemon! Happy Hunting!

Utah Park There’s at least half a dozen pokestops in the park itself, and lots of Dratini, Pikachu, and Charmanders.

Webster Lake 15 pokestops all told, and from what I’ve seen it’s a good place to catch Slowbro, Tauros and Psyducks!

Murphy Creek Golf Course OK obviously this is another place where it’s super important to watch your surroundings, but there’s tons of Charmanders here, as well as some random spawning of Magicarp!

Lakeside, Eliches has lots of Pokestops, but the cheaper cousin of Eliches is also doing pretty well with 6 Pokestops and 2 gyms!  On weekdays admission is only $16, making this much more affordable than Eliches. According to the Pokemon Radar App, there should be Diglett at this location!

Babi Yari Park This one is right around the corner from my house and it’s always got lots of Pomeon. We have caught several here, including Electrabuzz, Pikachu, Magnimite,  and several others.

A Few Other Tips for you Poke Trainers

1. Turn off AP (The camera mode.) This saves battery and also allows you to catch the pokemon without facing them

2. Make sure you keep track of when parks close, as well as various posted rules. Cops have definitely been out more at night and ticketing people.

3. Follow through with your throw. The angle at which you finger leaves the screen is the path of the ball. Straight throws require follow through.

Hey while you're hunting for Pokemon, you could sure download our app, MillionsMapped, so you can see what homes are available around you too! maybe you'll be lucky enough to get a home next to a Poke Gym!

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