Pokémon Go

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) conservation parks open on Saturday May 30, 2020. Get More Information.


Prior to coming to a conservation park, every visitor must do the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19. If they do not pass the assessment, they should not visit the park.

Pokémon are out in the wild!

Grab your mobile phone and some Poké Balls to hunt for Pokémon in our conservation parks. Try your luck at finding Pikachu. Here are some of the different types of Pokémon that you might find in natural areas, near water, and other habitats in our parks:
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  • Grass-Type
  • Bug-Type
  • Flying-Type
  • Water-Type
  • Ice-Type
  • Poison-Type
  • Ground-Type
  • Psychic-Type

Be sure to look for PokéStops at points of interest! Some may even provide Eggs that can be hatched into Pokémon by hiking 2 km, 5 km and 10 km. The further you travel, the better the contents of the egg.

Remember, you do not need to venture off the trail to capture Pokémon.

TRCA Pokemon GO Map

Here are the locations of PokéStops and Gyms. Help us add others to the map by tweeting a screenshot and details with #PokemonGo and #TRCA.


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Share a screenshot of your capture! Did you find a PokéStop or Gym?

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