Pokémon In The Park At Neuseway Nature Park

Pokémon In The Park

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer? Our local parks and recreation department has something unique planned for next weekend. Charge up your devices and make plans to go to Pokémon in the Park.

About Pokémon in the Park

This event is going to be so much fun, whether you’ve been playing the game since it came out or you’re brand new to it. Head over to Neuseway Nature Park on July 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to enjoy Pokémon in the Park.

Be sure to bring your phone and a backup charger, because this will be prime time to play Pokémon GO. Spot some rare Pokémon, go on a raid, visit a gym, and test out your skills.

This event is hosted by the Kinston/Lenoir County Parks and Recreation Department, and there will be more activities than just Pokémon GO! You’ll also be able to participate in some fun games in real life. Play card games at the tables set up, enjoy getting your face painted, try out one of the craft activities, and see what else there is to explore!

The best part about this event? It’s totally free. If you have questions or want more information, call 252-939-3302.

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About Pokémon GO

If you haven’t played Pokémon GO before, you’re in for a real treat. Download the game on your smartphone before you head to the park. In the game, you explore real-world locations while you search for Pokémon and try to catch them.

Since the game came out in July 2016, lots of updates have been added to make it even more fun to play. Now you can battle against other trainers that are nearby in real-time. Events like Pokémon in the Park are a great chance to get to know other folks who enjoy the game in our area. Maybe you’ll even join the same team as some of your new friends or make plans for other Pokémon GO meetups!

The best part about this game is getting to interact with the world around you in new and unusual ways. Make plans to experience it all when you go to Pokémon in the Park on Saturday, July 6 at Neuseway Nature Park.