With the craze of Pokemon Go, students at Lindenwood have an opportunity throughout the day to hit various Pokestops between classes and hunt Pokemon all day long. Below are a few of the many Pokestops on and around Lindenwood’s campus.
There are a variety of close Pokestops on Lindenwood Campus.
Lindenwood’s water tower is a quick stop on your way into the Spellmann Center
As well as Pokestops, there are gyms placed around campus, like the one at the Spellmann Center.
The front of Cobbs hall offers a Pokestop for all.
Cobbs Hall was formerly Mary Sibley’s garden.
Niccolls Hall is a beautiful Pokestop.
Ayres Hall is a short walk from Niccolls, with three other Pokestops in between.
Butler Hall, formerly the Lindenwood gym, features a Pokestop.
Around the corner from Butler is the Roemer Pokestop.
Irwin Hall is another dorm on heritage campus.
In front of Irwin Hall, the gazebo is a great pokestop to rest at and set lures.
The Lindenwood Cemetary features three pokestops.
Grave markers offer potions and revives to pokemon.
The Lindenwood Obelisk is a pokestop.
Plaques like this can be found around campus, and some offer pokeballs.
The swing set art on Heritage Campus offer rest and reward.