“The Happiest Place on Earth” is also one of the happiest places for playing Pokémon Go!
Both Disneyland and California Adventure parks are full of Pokéstops and rare Pokémons. And, you’ll definitely get in plenty of steps while finding them too!
Try to discover an eluding Goldeen or Pikachu while you wait in line at one of the park’s many adventures and attractions this summer.
During the Paint the Night parade after sunset, many special characters come out along the parade route!
Downtown Disney is also a good place to hunt Pokemon, as the Disney shopping district does not require an admission fee and it’s very crowded there all the time!
Also, check out the areas around the Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier Hotel, and the Grand Californian Resort (all free to visit).
Finally, DO NOT go into restricted areas chasing Pokemon! Rules are still rules, and even if you see the grass moving in a backstage area, you’re not allowed to go there! Respect Cast Members and Disney Security.
There are 15+ Pokestops and gyms throughout the Disneyland area.
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by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins
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