Top 5 PokemonGo Middle Georgia Destinations

There's a new game in town and it's literally sending people into town. If you somehow hadn't heard, Pokemon GO is officially out in most parts of the world, and people are traveling far and wide to catch them all. But catching is not the only aspect of the game — perhaps you've heard people talk of PokeStops?

PokeStops are locations marked in-game by blue squares which allow you to gather in-game items; such as Eggs, Poke Balls, Potions, and more — that can otherwise only be acquired via leveling or real-money purchases. In short, they're places you definitely want to visit if you want to be the best.

Here are 5 middle Georgia locations to check out!

1.  College Hill Corridor

The College Hill Corridor is a two-square mile area between Mercer University and Macon, Georgia's downtown business district comprised of several historic city neighborhoods.  In the corridor you can find several Pokestops  in and around the Mercer University area.  Destinations such as Tattnall Square Park, Mercer Village and Einstein Bros. Bagels offer players a chance to become familiar with the corridor and its community as well as pick up some special items.


2.  The Shoppes at River Crossing

If you head over to the north side of town, knowing where to look for them is key, and we have you covered with a few locations to keep an eye out for if you're looking for several PokeStops to check in with in one fell swoop!  Buca de Beppo, Barnes & Nobles as well as Southern Grace Creations are well known PokeStops with plenty of Pokemon around to catch without leaving the complex.

3.  Downtown Macon

Downtown Macon has dozens of historical landmarks and significant features, designated as PokéStops. The Rookery, Just Tap'd and Parish on Cherry are just a few of the stops in Downtown Macon. Other areas such as downtown churches and cemeteries are likely places that allow users to collect items from their Pokestop. Remember, if a stop is a shop, please be a customer!


4.  Amerson River Park

A nice perk to #4 is that you won't have to watch out for car traffic while staring at your phone! Amerson River Park has typically been a great place to go to find multiple PokeStops and water Pokémon.  The park also a great place to go for a walk, enjoy the weather, and socialize.

5.  Museum of Aviation

The Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins has been host to around 13 million guests, so its a popular place for PokemonGo.  You can park at the Museum of Aviation and walk around there safely for hours.  Robins AFB and the Museum of Aviation welcome all who search, but ask that budding Pokemon Trainers using PokemonGo in the Warner Robins area to not chase Pokémon into controlled or restricted areas like the flight line, office buildings, or homes on base.  

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