Pokémon Go in Orlando
True to our long history of creativity and family fun, Orlando has become a thrilling haven for Pokémon Go enthusiasts who want to experience the hit game in the Theme Park Capital of the World. From our walkable entertainment districts to our world-famous theme parks, players can find countless numbers of PokéStops and Gyms across the destination.
Theme parks and attractions like SeaWorld® Orlando and Fun Spot America have held meetups with dozens of lure modules activated around their properties. Similarly, Orlando’s walkable entertainment districts, including Disney Springs® and Universal CityWalk, are jackpots for players who want to find rare Pokémon in Orlando without the cost of a theme park ticket.
You can find an interactive map of the best places to play Pokémon Go in Orlando at PogoMap.Info, and we’ve compiled a list of locations to get you started. Happy hunting!
Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified. Learn more about healthy travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite attractions, restaurants and other businesses for their current status.
Free Areas to Play Pokémon Go in Orlando
The following locations are Pokémon hotspots in Orlando, and they won’t cost you a penny to visit.
There are more than 30 PokéStops inside inside Disney Springs. Walt Disney World® Resort’s walkable entertainment district, in addition to delicious restaurants, upscale shopping and vibrant entertainment.
Learn more: Disney Springs
Keep your app open as soon as you arrive at Universal CityWalk, as a few PokéStops will be waiting as soon as you walk out of the parking garage. In addition to free admission all day, Universal Orlando Resort’s dining, entertainment and shopping hub offers free parking after 6 p.m., excluding nights with special events.
Learn more: Universal CityWalk
Located on International Drive, ICON Park features restaurants, bars and affordable attractions, including 360-degree view of Orlando courtesy of The Wheel at ICON Park. With four PokéStops clustered together, you can hang out in the middle for maximum advantage — and maybe even become the area’s next gym leader.
Learn more: ICON Park
The Mall at Millenia
Hunt Pokémon indoors at The Mall at Millenia, a luxury mall that features 150 retailers and 40 market exclusives. Hit up the stores for new clothes, shoes, games and more, and pick up a few Pikachus in the process.
Learn more: Orlando Malls
The Florida Mall®
Also a great place for Pokémon, The Florida Mall is Central Florida’s largest mall. It boasts 1.8 million square feet and more than 250 retail, dining and entertainment options, including several market exclusives such as Crayola Experience.
Lake Eola Park
Located in downtown Orlando, this public park boasts more than 20 PokéStops and nearly a mile of paved walking area, in addition to the titular lake. The PokéStops frequently have lures to summon more Pokémon, and there’s even a rumor that a Pokémon is located at the center of Lake Eola — accessible only by taking one of the park’s swan-shaped paddleboats to the center.
Learn more: Downtown Orlando
Orlando Theme Parks & Waterparks for Pokémon Go
You’ll have to pay to find Pokémon at Orlando’s theme parks and water parks, but Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando, LEGOLAND® Florida Resort and Fun Spot America have plenty waiting for you.
Walt Disney World Resort
Whether you go to Magic Kingdom® Park, EPCOT®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, Disney’s Blizzard Beach® Water Park or Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon® Water Park, you’ll have no trouble finding PokéStops and Pokémon at Walt Disney World. Be sure to bring your phone charger and sunscreen!
Save on discount tickets: Walt Disney World Resort
Universal Orlando Resort
Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay are all great places to play and discover Pokémon — not to mention everything else Universal Orlando Resort has in store for you.
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Fittingly enough, you can find a ton of aquatic Pokémon at SeaWorld’s main Orlando theme park, as well as at Aquatica® Orlando, and Discovery Cove®. For instance, you can hit over 20 different PokéStops by spending a day at SeaWorld alone!
Save on discount tickets: SeaWorld Orlando
LEGOLAND Florida Resort
The Pokémon craze has hit LEGOLAND Florida Theme Park with lots of chances to play throughout the park. However, LEGOLAND asks that you be safe and not play while riding attractions.
Save on discount tickets: LEGOLAND Florida Resort
Fun Spot America
This International Drive attraction, which also has a location in Kissimmee, has eight PokéStops as well as a gym and 14 acres of Pokémon hunting grounds.
Save on discount tickets: Fun Spot America
How many Orlando Pokémon have you caught? Share all of your Pokémon Go conquests with us at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Whether you’re on team Valor, Mystic or Instinct, stay safe out there while hunting Pokémon in Orlando!
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