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Map: Where to Catch Rare Pokémon in Miami

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In case you haven't heard, Pokémon Go is a pretty big deal right now. In order to help fellow players find rarer Pokémon like Magmar, Abra, and Growlithe, Curbed has created this map. In order to create this map, Curbed searched through the Pokémon Go Miami subreddit and Facebook page for tips from fellow players.

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Sugar Sand Park

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Looking for a Pikachu? Players have said that you can find this electric-type Pokémon at this park.

Lakeview Park

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Magmar has been seen at this park.

Cypress Park

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Both Ponyta and Jigglypuff are common sights at Cypress Park.

Firefighters Park

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The normal-type Pokémon, Clefairy, has been spotted here.

Pompano Community Park

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Ever wanted a Voltorb? Then head on over to Pompano Community Park.

Markham Park

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If you've been on the hunt for fighting-type Pokémon, Hitmonlee has been seen in this location.

Plantation Heritage Park

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Growlithe, arguably one of the most popular Pokémon in Pokémon Go, can be caught at this park.

Vista View Park

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While Charizard has yet to be seen at this park, Charmander is a common sight.

Miramar Regional Park

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While still pretty rare, Abra has been seen at this park.

Brian Piccolo Park

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The snake-like, rock-type Pokémon, Onix, has been spotted at Brian Piccolo Park.

John Williams Dog Park

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Along with Onix, Bulbasaur has been seen at this location.

Topeekeegee Yugnee (T.Y.) Park

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Pokémon Go players have reported sighting Jynx at this park.

West Lake Park

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Once again, Onix has been spotted, this time at West Lake Park.

Gulfstream Park

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Eevee as well as Bulbasaur have been seen at this park.

Aventura Mall

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Any cat lovers looking for an especially cute Pokémon? See if you can find yourself a Meowth at Aventura Mall.

Royal Oaks Park

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The adorable fox-like Pokémon, Vulpix, has been seen here.

McDonald's Park

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Gastly has been spotted at McDonald's Park. Other Pokeémon sightings include Arbok, Magmar, Clefairy, and Golduck.

Amelia Earhart Park

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Both Tangela and Abra can be found at Amelia Earhart Park.

North Shore Park

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One of the more popular Pokémon in the game, Scyther, has been found here.

Doral Central Park

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Need another fighting-type Pokémon? Hitmonchan has been found at Doral Central Park.

Ruben Dario Park

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Drowzee, Ponyta, and Eevee have all been spotted at this location.

Tamiami Park

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At Tamiami Park, Pokémon Go players have said they have found Rhyhorn.

Tropical Park

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Slowpoke, Vulpix, and Meowth have been spotted at Tropical Park.

Miracle Mile

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There have been sightings of Starmie, Staryu, and Diglett at Miracle Mile.

CocoWalk

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Here, there have been sightings of both Jigglypuff and Exeggcute.

Kennedy Park

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The water-type Pokémon, Tentacool, has been seen at this park. Other Pokémon found include Eevee, Bulbasaur, Psyduck, and Magmar.

Marlins Park

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The big three — Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charmander — have been found at this one location.

Bayfront Park

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This one park has collected quite a number of rare Pokémon sightings. Along with Dratini, other rare Pokémon found here include Bulbasaur, Onix, Golduck, Charmander, Magikarp, Tentacool, and Psyduck. According to Miami New Times, other Pokémon you can find here include Dodrio, Staryu, Pinsir, and Scyther.

Seafarers Park

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Meowth have been found at this park. Nearby, Magnemite has also been spotted.

SoundScape Park

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An Alakazam has been spotted near this park. Mankey has also been found.

Kendall Soccer Park

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Once again, Clefairy has been sighted in another spot in Miami, this time in Kendall Soccer Park.

The Falls Shopping Center

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Here are the rare Pokémon reported to be found at this park: Jigglypuff, Cubone, Eevee, Staryu, and Golbat.

Coral Reef Park

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Cubone has been seen at Coral Reef Park.

Palmetto Bay Park

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Just like in Markham Park, Hitmonlee can be found here at Palmetto Bay Park.

Sugar Sand Park

Looking for a Pikachu? Players have said that you can find this electric-type Pokémon at this park.

Lakeview Park

Magmar has been seen at this park.

Cypress Park

Both Ponyta and Jigglypuff are common sights at Cypress Park.

Firefighters Park

The normal-type Pokémon, Clefairy, has been spotted here.

Pompano Community Park

Ever wanted a Voltorb? Then head on over to Pompano Community Park.

Markham Park

If you've been on the hunt for fighting-type Pokémon, Hitmonlee has been seen in this location.

Plantation Heritage Park

Growlithe, arguably one of the most popular Pokémon in Pokémon Go, can be caught at this park.

Vista View Park

While Charizard has yet to be seen at this park, Charmander is a common sight.

Miramar Regional Park

While still pretty rare, Abra has been seen at this park.

Brian Piccolo Park

The snake-like, rock-type Pokémon, Onix, has been spotted at Brian Piccolo Park.

John Williams Dog Park

Along with Onix, Bulbasaur has been seen at this location.

Topeekeegee Yugnee (T.Y.) Park

Pokémon Go players have reported sighting Jynx at this park.

West Lake Park

Once again, Onix has been spotted, this time at West Lake Park.

Gulfstream Park

Eevee as well as Bulbasaur have been seen at this park.

Aventura Mall

Any cat lovers looking for an especially cute Pokémon? See if you can find yourself a Meowth at Aventura Mall.

Royal Oaks Park

The adorable fox-like Pokémon, Vulpix, has been seen here.

McDonald's Park

Gastly has been spotted at McDonald's Park. Other Pokeémon sightings include Arbok, Magmar, Clefairy, and Golduck.

Amelia Earhart Park

Both Tangela and Abra can be found at Amelia Earhart Park.

North Shore Park

One of the more popular Pokémon in the game, Scyther, has been found here.

Doral Central Park

Need another fighting-type Pokémon? Hitmonchan has been found at Doral Central Park.

Ruben Dario Park

Drowzee, Ponyta, and Eevee have all been spotted at this location.

Tamiami Park

At Tamiami Park, Pokémon Go players have said they have found Rhyhorn.

Tropical Park

Slowpoke, Vulpix, and Meowth have been spotted at Tropical Park.

Miracle Mile

There have been sightings of Starmie, Staryu, and Diglett at Miracle Mile.

CocoWalk

Here, there have been sightings of both Jigglypuff and Exeggcute.

Kennedy Park

The water-type Pokémon, Tentacool, has been seen at this park. Other Pokémon found include Eevee, Bulbasaur, Psyduck, and Magmar.

Marlins Park

The big three — Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charmander — have been found at this one location.

Bayfront Park

This one park has collected quite a number of rare Pokémon sightings. Along with Dratini, other rare Pokémon found here include Bulbasaur, Onix, Golduck, Charmander, Magikarp, Tentacool, and Psyduck. According to Miami New Times, other Pokémon you can find here include Dodrio, Staryu, Pinsir, and Scyther.

Seafarers Park

Meowth have been found at this park. Nearby, Magnemite has also been spotted.

SoundScape Park

An Alakazam has been spotted near this park. Mankey has also been found.

Kendall Soccer Park

Once again, Clefairy has been sighted in another spot in Miami, this time in Kendall Soccer Park.

The Falls Shopping Center

Here are the rare Pokémon reported to be found at this park: Jigglypuff, Cubone, Eevee, Staryu, and Golbat.

Coral Reef Park

Cubone has been seen at Coral Reef Park.

Palmetto Bay Park

Just like in Markham Park, Hitmonlee can be found here at Palmetto Bay Park.