Are you hooked on Pokémon Go? With 39 cities and towns, The Palm Beaches is a Pokémon Go trainer’s paradise. Not sure where to go? We’ve made it easy for you! Here are some of the destination’s most walkable areas – full of PokéStops, gyms and other Pokémon Go trainers that will bring you to the next level.
The go-to place in Downtown West Palm Beach, where you’ll see no shortage of Pokémon. Walk just a few more blocks to Clematis Street and you will find a wealth of PokéStops and gyms. You might even find local restaurants welcoming trainers with a good deal.
While visiting Mizner Park, you can enjoy an exceptional mix of shops and restaurants while catching and training your Pokémon. If you time your Pokémon adventure right, you may be able to catch a show at the amphitheater while on the hunt.
Pedestrian-friendly Downtown Delray Beach is filled with unique restaurants, interesting shops, and quirky museums, but don’t forget about the PokéStops and gyms. You’ll have no problem finding a place to refuel or grab a drink between training sessions.
Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a marine life veterinary hospital, exhibit hall, outdoor classroom, research lab, and resource center. Not only can you learn about turtle conservation while on the hunt for some elusive water Pokémon, but you can also see sea turtles up close! And, a visit is not complete without a stop near the Juno Beach Pier – less than a block away.
Lake Worth is a cozy, bohemian town with a colorful, artistic, and vibrant cultural landscape. The eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, art galleries, music venues and unique specialty shops means there is no shortage of real-life entertainment while you seek out gyms and PokéStops.
Because sometimes Pokémon trainers like to shop, too. These two side-by-side malls have plenty of fashionable finds to keep you looking your best while on the hunt.
Nestled along Jupiter’s Intracoastal Waterway, Harbourside Place has numerous PokéStops. Stroll along the Riverwalk or take in some live entertainment at the center’s waterfront amphitheater.
Go on a hunt for your fantastical, ultra-rare Pokémon creatures amid the great outdoors of South Florida in Palm Beach County’s parks and natural areas. Between eight-miles of walking paths, a Nature Center and an 18-hole disc golf course, perhaps that Mew everyone has been searching for is high-up in one of our sabal palms of Okeeheelee Park. Or, hop on a canoe and explore the five-miles of waterways at Riverbend Park to catch the winged Zapdos soaring over Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park