Pokemon Hunt Oak Park



Hunt down elusive Pokemon characters around Oak Park this Fall beginning August 19.   Locate the invisible Pokemon stencil on concrete paths in each of our parks which will only appear when you get them wet.  NO APP REQUIRED, just a water bottle or water toy.  Have fun finding them and share your images on our Facebook page. Hiding locations within each park are in the clues below.  Take a selfie or group picture at each spot and when you have captured all eight, come to the Oak Park Community Center (1000 N. Kanan Road) to collect a Pokemon Pack (while supplies last).   

Deerhill Park
I am one of the original three starters, I am cool when I wear sun glasses, you can find me near the softball field.

Oak Canyon Park
I am one of the most powerful water Pokemon, my mouth is always open wide. If you see me in the water,
swim away as fast as you can!  You can find me near the duck pond. 

Mae Boyar
I am a very playful Pokemon; sometimes for fun I like to squirt ink out of my nose!  You can find me near the playground.

Chaparral Park
I am very friendly and as tall as a small tree. I can easily carry your family on my back.
 You can find me near the picnic benches.

Eagle View Park
I am the water evolution of Eevee; people think my tail looks like a mermaid.  You can find me near the playground.

Indian Springs Park
I always have a headache and I can blow stuff up with my mind.  You can find near the sand volleyball court.

Valley View Park
I am the sloth of the sea, I use my tail to catch food.  You can find me near the soccer field.

Medea Creek Park
I am known to be the weakest Pokemon before I evolve. I spend a lot of time splashing about.
 I am located close to the storm drain tunnel on the bike path along Medea Creek bike/walk way.