We’ve been invaded! Pokémon Go has come to Trego County and taken over Cedar Bluff State Park, but don’t worry—Saturday, October 1st is open season on the pesky virtual critters and the park is holding an event to bring out hunters, young and old.
There will be ten Pokémon Stops and three Gyms to be found in the Bluffton Area Campground on the North side and two Pokémon Stops and one Gym in the Page Creek Park on the South side. For Saturday’s event park officials will be placing additional Lure Modules in three different Pokestops throughout the Bluffton Area Campground during the hours of 10am to 8pm.
This event is sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of Kansas in honor of Healthy Trails Day and AmeriCorp Members will be available to answer any questions you might have. No Vehicle permits will be required but camping fees will apply. Make sure to show up with a charged phone (free charging will be available in non-reserved electrical campsites) and Wifi will be available at spots throughout the park.
Join us this Saturday, October 1st for Cedar Bluff State Park’s very first Pokémon Go hunt!