'Pokémon Go' Tips: Where to Find Rare Pokemon in Miami

Let's be real, Pokemon creatures love Miami.

What is there not to like? We have beautiful beaches, beautiful people, big city culture, and a diverse, vibrant, and young population. Miami is Pokemon heaven, which is why you will be able to find all of these creatures if you play Pokemon Go in the Magic City.

While most players in the 305 known where to go to get the known Pokemon creatures, there are places in Miami-Dade County that are home to the hard-to-find creatures; and if you want to know where to find them, well, keep on reading, Pokemon Go trainer.

The popular outdoor shopping center in Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood could be the breeding ground for Jigglypuff and Exeggute. Both have been seen shopping here for expensive threads to add to their wardrobe.

Bayfront Park
Pokemon creatures have claimed this scenic park as their own. Rare Pokemon that has been spotted here has included Magikarp, Tentacool, Golduck, and others that are enjoying the view of Biscayne Bay.

Coral Reef Park
Down in southern Miami, Coral Reef Park has been known by Pokemon Go players as being the home to Cubone. Maybe it's the beauty of the park that attracts him, or what, I don't know. But what we do know is that while he's in Miami, Cubone has made this park his home.

Aventura Mall
If you are looking for the hard-as-crap-to-find Meowth in Miami, then you should head up to the Aventura Mall. Yes, I don't know why he would pick a mall to call his home either, but this is where he has been regularly spotted. So if you want to have a cat in your Pokemon staple, Aventura Mall is the place to go.

Firefighters Park
Miami-Dade firefighters are paid tribute at this park, but in recent months, Clefairy has been known to pay tribute to the fallen firefighters here on a regular basis.

Sugar Sand Park
If you have lost your cool while trying to find the most popular, and most elusive, Pokemon creature in the staple, fear not, Pokemon Go trainer, as if you head to Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton (yes, you're going to have to drive or take Tri-Rail for this one), you may be able to finally get Pikachu on your roster, and that would call for an ice-cold beer.

Kareem Gantt is a journalist who hails from the Sunshine State. He has been on the New Media scene for the past five years and has had his work appear in Fox Sports, MSN, The Huffington Post and other national publications. In addition to adding his award-winning voice to Parachute, Kareem also contributes music and features for AXS and gives his two (and a half) cents on all things sports for Rant Sports. If you want to know what's on his eccentric mind 24/7, follow him on Twitter.