50 Best Places To Play Pokemon GO In The US

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LOS ANGELES, CA – JULY 17: Pokemon Go players are seen in search of Pokemon and other in game items at the Santa Monica Pier on July 17, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by PG/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

The Pokemon Go craze is sweeping the nation, but not all PokeStops are created equal. Here are the best places to catch ’em all in the United States.

From sea to shining sea, everyone is playing Pokemon GO. Veterans of the series are teaching their children the reasons why Squirtle is a much better starter choice than Charmander. Kids enthralled with the pocket monsters are reaching out to their parents and winning them over with the activity as a fun way to get exercise and connect with one another. Across the nation, huge meetups are happening every day where lures are dropped, rares are caught, and friendships are created.

Of course, not every city and location is Pokemon GO-friendly. Even though most cities have at least one decent cluster of PokeStops for hangouts, there’s just something about some US cities that makes them ideal for such activity. Maybe it’s a large nature reserve with tons of wild Pokemon and walking space. Or perhaps the city has a shopping mall with tons of PokeStops and delicious places to eat while you spin them. Or maybe the glory of a city is its challenge, forcing players to go on committed adventures to catch their prized Pokemon.

Using these examples and more, here are the top 50 places to play Pokemon Go in the United States.

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