Recently, there was a huge migration and nest change in the Pokemon GO universe. We know Pokemon Nests change frequently. So, this isn’t much of a surprise. However, there is temporary good news because the Silph Road was able to pin-point the exact location of Pokemon GO nests in London. The list is quite exhaustive but we’ll mention some of the important ones here.

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Pokemon GO Nests in London

Before we go any further, we would just like to clarify the difference between a Spawn and Nest.

“Nest: A small area where a particular Pokémon is very common. Constant, regular spawns (at least more than 5 per hour).

Spawn: A small area where a particular Pokémon is common. Sporadic, irregular spawks (usually less than 5 times per hour).”

Now that’s out of the way, here are some important Pokemon GO nests in London and other areas of the UK.

Bulbasaur nest – Danson Park

Electabuzz nest – Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

Exeggcute nest Beckenham Place Park

Kabuto nest – Battersea Park

Machop nest – Vauxhall Park

“Now that’s said, I have made it clearer on the map which are verified nests and with are just regular spawn points. You can filter out spawns or nests at your discretion.

If you think a nest listed isn’t actually a nest, please say. If you think a spawn listed is actually a nest, please say.

The easiest way to search for a specific Pokémon nest or spawn is to use the search bar on the map.

Click on the nest to see if it has been verified, or search for “verified” in the search bar to see all verified nests (i.e. mentioned by more than two users).

If you’ve seen guaranteed nests, or can verify any on the map, please comment below. Make sure it’s a top level comment so I get a notification in my inbox. Try not to submit ones that are already verified on the map, or ones that are 5,000 miles away.”

Visit the subreddit for more information about Pokemon GO nests in London. Also check out this map for a more comprehensive view.


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