With more than a hundred Pokéstops and many gyms in the area, head Downtown with a fully charged phone (and an extra battery) for your dose of Pokémon.
Klyde Warren Park
The park is already a great place to hang out on a weekday night thanks to the variety of activities available. Take a break from catching Pokémon to enjoy the children's park or splash around in the water fountains to cool off from the summer heat.
The Pokémon pros know this Downtown park comes alive with activity after dark and you definitely won't be alone. It's a popular spot for lures so there's plenty of opportunity to make a new friend!
Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
Take your Pokémon game to new levels with a trip up to GeO-Deck. The observation deck offers 360-degree views of the city and it's a great place to plan out your Pokémon adventures. Pro tip: Reunion Tower GeO-Deck is part of Dallas CityPASS, a discount admission program that grants you access to 4 Dallas attractions with one purchase.
Bishop Arts District
Thanks to the great accessibility to this district from Downtown on D-Link, visitors can get to Bishop Arts District quickly. Enjoy the quaint streets of the neighborhood, known for its unique lineup of restaurants and shops and artistic murals scattered throughout the area. A pie break is definitely in order, so grab a seat outside Emporium Pies.
The zoo has put together a Pokemon guide for zoo visitors. The Dallas CityPASS gets you in the door at a discounted rate, so all your energy can go into exploring the Pokestops on zoo grounds and three gyms while also checking out the Giants of the Savanna exhibit, a shared space for elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions and many more species. The exhibit is set up to mimic how these species would interact in the real world and you can even get up close and personal with a giraffe!