Will Rogers Park: Your One-stop Pokeshop

Will Rogers Park: Your One-stop Pokeshop

Visitors to Will Rogers park walk and watch their phones for any Pokemon that may show up. Pokemon Go requires players to walk around if they plan on catching more than a couple of Pokemon. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Visitors to Will Rogers park walk and watch their phones for any Pokemon that may show up. Pokemon Go requires players to walk around if they plan on catching more than a couple of Pokemon. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

 

 

 

 

Danny Rockey shows his son, Dax how to catch Pokemon in the new app, Pokemon Go. Rockey has been spending lots of time playing Pokemon Go with his son, who loves any kind of mobile game. This is the first Pokemon game that the two have ever played. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Danny Rockey shows his son, Dax how to catch Pokemon in the new app, Pokemon Go. Rockey has been spending lots of time playing Pokemon Go with his son, who loves any kind of mobile game. This is the first Pokemon game that the two have ever played. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

 

Several Pokestops and Pokemon appear on the map of Will Rogers park in the popular new mobile game, Pokemon Go. Players of this new game flock to the park by the hundreds in order to search for rare Pokemon. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Several Pokestops and Pokemon appear on the map of Will Rogers park in the popular new mobile game, Pokemon Go. Players of this new game flock to the park by the hundreds in order to search for rare Pokemon. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

 

 

 

Daniel Jarvis collects items from a Pokestop in Will Rogers Park, Oklahoma City. Jarvis is a member of Team Mystic, one of three teams that Pokemon Go players have the choice to join. Jarvis said he chose team Mystic because he likes their mascot, Articuno. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Daniel Jarvis collects items from a Pokestop in Will Rogers Park, Oklahoma City. Jarvis is a member of Team Mystic, one of three teams that Pokemon Go players have the choice to join. Jarvis said he chose team Mystic because he likes their mascot, Articuno. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Dozens of Pokemon hunters sit and search for Pokemon in Will Rogers Park in Oklahoma City. There are several Pokestops as well as a gym in Will Rogers park, which makes it an ideal location for playing Pokemon Go. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Dozens of Pokemon hunters sit and search for Pokemon in Will Rogers Park in Oklahoma City. There are several Pokestops as well as a gym in Will Rogers park, which makes it an ideal location for playing Pokemon Go. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Jon Yarbrough shows off a Dratini that he caught in Will Rogers Park. It took Yarbrough a total of four days to catch a Dratini, and even his mother, who is a Pokemon novice, caught one before him. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

Jon Yarbrough shows off a Dratini that he caught in Will Rogers Park. It took Yarbrough a total of four days to catch a Dratini, and even his mother, who is a Pokemon novice, caught one before him. Photo by Ryan Naeve / The Vista.

 

 

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