Top Pokémon GO PokeStop Maps to Use in 2022

  1. Published on Dec 22, 2021
  2. Updated on Jan 6, 2022
  3. No Comments

As a Pokémon GO enthusiast, you likely know the importance of Pokestops. From Pokeballs to eggs, these geographical points let you collect all kinds of items to level up your inventory.

The best way to discover Pokestops is to use a map. The tool can save you a lot of time by giving you direction about stops, gyms, etc.

Some maps even highlight specific Raid battles, while a few come with a built-in tracker for locating rare Pokemon spawns.

In this article, we’ll share the top Pokemon maps for locating Pokestops and more.

Best Pokestop Maps to Use in 2021

1. Go Map for Pokémon Go

Go Map for Pokémon Go

Go Map is a real-time shared map that has lists of both PokeGyms and Pokestops. You can also find Pokemon spawns on the Go Map website.

Pokémon GO players report spawns and point-of-interest locations on the site that are very useful for many players.

Therefore, the Go Map relies heavily on the collaborators. Players can also find a Pokedex that is interactive.

The Pokedex includes in-depth details and statistics about the Pokemons you can find in-game.

The Go Map site also has a section that offers a PVP guide. It includes a breakdown of the preferred Pokemon and step-by-step instructions.

You can filter Pokemon on the site by location (country and city) and further sort it out with major cities.

You can also opt for a traditional map if you're not happy with the current map look. Go Map can be used for Harry Potter Wizards Unite as they have a map dedicated to the game.

2. PoGoMap for Pokémon Go

PoGoMap for Pokémon Go

Another top Pokestop locator map is PoGoMap. This Map has comprehensive details on the locations of all Pokestops, Nests, and PokeGyms.

What I love about PoGoMap is that you can look up normal Gyms and Gyms that reward you with Ex Raid Passes.

Due to the pandemic, Ex Raids are not taking place, but when the raids resume, using the PoGoMap can be a great asset. 

Pokémon GO players can also find other important information and details of different events happening.

These events can be from Team GO Rocket invading a Pokestop or Pokestop giving out Research tasks.

Some of you may find these features not as helpful due to such events rarely happening in your area. 

For instance, this map can report many handy details:

  • The Pokemons spawning in a current nest
  • Research tasks a Pokestop is handing out
  • Team Go Rocket invading a Pokestop

I found these features to be underutilized in my area despite being near multiple large cities.

In places with more active players, these tools could be handy, but even without them, I find the information on this particular Map to be super helpful.

They also have a Map for Harry Potter Wizards Unite players.

Other Options to Locate Pokestop

If you're not happy with the tools and site listed above for the Pokémon GO app, then recommend considering an alternative solution.

The best possible option for getting real-time information and detail regarding the game is to connect with fellow Pokémon GO players.

You can find them in communities spread across social media sites like Reddit forums and Facebook groups.

The Pokémon GO communities usually connect on Discord Chats or have created a Facebook messenger group.

Pokémon GO players use these groups to discuss the locations and events taking place.

They also share the spawn location of rare Pokemons, engage in raids, and do coveted research tasks.

So, if you don't like to rely on tools and Pokémon GO maps, then it's best to connect with local Pokémon GO players.

How to Teleport to the Location of the Pokestops(iOS and Android)

There may be several great places near you with clusters of Pokestops, Pokegyms and spawn nests.

But if you would like to visit Pokestops in other cities, you would need to spoof your GPS location.

Below, we’ve listed the steps iOS and Android users can take to spoof location to different Pokestops.

Spoof iPhone Location

The iPhone and iPad users can download the MockGo to fake GPS for iOS devices.

Currently, the updated MockGo tool supports all iOS models and the user does not even need to jailbreak the device.

Pokémon GO players use the MockGo tool to teleport to a selected location, such as a Pokestop.

The tool also has a joystick feature that controls the speed of the movement.

This means you can simulate your speed in-game like walking, traveling in a bike, and more. It will help you with raids and avoid a permanent account ban.

How to teleport to any location using MockGo

1. Download MockGo onto your computer. Open it once the installation is comlete.

2. Connect your iPhone to the computer and wait for MockGo to detect your device.

connect your iOS device to the computer

3. Players can use the Teleport Mode to fake GPS their iPhone location.

choose teleport mode

4. They just need to enter the address into the search field.

 search for a location

5. Once you are confirmed on the location, click on the Move Here button to Teleport to the selected location.

click Move Here to teleport the GPS

location teleported

Simulate the movement using MockGo

You don't need to move a lot to find Pokestops and Pokemon spawn nests. Take advantage of the one-stop or multi-stop mode to simulate movement on a specified route.

Move Here

Moreover, you can use the GPS joystick to move on the map in any direction and it will mimic what a person is walking.

Spoof Android Location

Android users can spoof the location of their device by downloading an app from the Play Store.

But before downloading the app the user must enable the Developer Options on the device.

To do so, visit the Settings option and tap on the About Phone. Then, tap on the Build Number at least seven times.

Next, install a Pokémon GO spoofing app from the Google Play Store. Make sure you set the app as a default mock location app.

So just use the app and change the locations to the next Pokestop you would love to visit.

Conclusion

Pokémon GO players now can use the Maps tools to locate and find Pokestops around them. If they're unable to physically visit the Pokestops, then they can use a location spoof app.

For iPhone and iPad owners we recommend using the MockGo iOS GPS spoofing tool to fake your device's GPS coordinates.

The MockGo tool is reliable and helps the player to avoid getting a permanent ban, if they don't overuse the tool.

Let us know in the comments below which city are you going to spoof to first!

Aaron Roussey

Aaron is tech-savvy and enjoys writing technical articles about phones, computers, games, and the internet!
View all posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.