|Drifblim Stop||On the island between the bridges.|
The Meadow Zone (Japanese: グリーンゾーン Green Zone) is the first zone the player arrives in in the game PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure. It is the only zone in the park that connects to the entrance. The leader of this zone is Venusaur.
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Once the player enters the park, they encounter their friend Chikorita whom they were separated from upon arrival to the PokéPark. They attempt to play Bulbasaur's Daring Dash but Bulbasaur warns them that it's against the rules, but lets them play anyway. Once played, a Treecko and a Mankey appear and scold the player for breaking the rules and kidnap Chikorita, taking her to Venusaur. The player then gives chase only to have Treecko blocking the way across the bridge to Venusaur's lair. Treecko agrees that if Turtwig can achieve the bonus in Bulbasaur's Daring Dash that he'll let the player cross the bridge. Once the task is complete and the player is allowed across the bridge, Mankey challenges the player to a battle. After claiming defeat, Mankey will praise the player's strength and befriend them.
Finally outside the gate to Venusaur's lair the guard, Croagunk, asks for 200 Berries. Once the player has given him 200 Berries, it is moved by the player's devotion to their friend Chikorita and allows the player to have 170 Berries back and to go inside the gate. Venusaur decides to give back Chikorita if the player can defeat Croagunk in battle and Spearow's skill game. Lastly Venusaur will challenge the player to his own attraction, Venusaur's Vine Swing. Complete it, and Venusaur will allow the player access to the Meeting Place after explaining that he and his friends Empoleon and Blaziken have had a major disagreement on power and have shut each other out of their lives. He makes a request to the player to open Empoleon and Blaziken's hearts once again so that the three may be friends again.
Once the player has completed Venusaur's Vine Swing, a Starly is blocking the way to the Meeting Place and teaches the player how to use the camera vision.
In the final cutscene, when Pikachu, Chikorita Piplup, Charmander and Mew are returning to the meeting place, Venusaur, Empoleon and Blaziken are seen making up, along with the Meadow Zone inhabitants.
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Bulbasaur's Daring Dash
In Bulbasaur's Daring Dash (Japanese: フシギダネのふりふりダッシュ Fushigidane's Foot Race), players move the Wii remote up and down to run as fast as they can. Mew is the best at this attraction and is unlocked automatically after clearing the Sky Pavilion.
|Pokémon||Time for Bonus|
Venusaur's Vine Swing
In Venusaur's Vine Swing (Japanese: フシギバナのスイングロープ Fushigibana's Rope Swinging), players swing the Wii remote to swing the vine. Pressing 2 releases the Pokémon, and how far it goes depends on the angle of release and the momentum of the swing. Jirachi is the best at this attraction.
|Pokémon||Distance for Bonus|
This is a list of all the Pokémon that can be befriended in the Meadow Zone. The locations listed are where the respective Pokémon is commonly found when first entering the zone, however the Pokémon have free range and may run off when interacting with other Pokémon.
|Pokémon||Location||Skill game||Notes||Pokémon||Location||Skill game||Notes|
|Chikorita||Near Bulbasaur's Daring Dash||None||Is befriended automatically.||Bonsly||Near Bulbasaur's Daring Dash (Befriend Turtwig)||Hide-and-Seek|
|Turtwig||In front of Bulbasaur's Daring Dash||Chase||Sudowoodo||Near Spearow's Obstacle Hop (Befriend Bonsly)||Hide-and-Seek|
|Torterra||Across the river; near the gate to the Meeting Place. (Complete Venusaur's Vine Swing)||Battle||Pachirisu||Near Bulbasaur's Daring Dash (Befriend Turtwig)||Chase|
|Buneary||Near Bulbasaur's Daring Dash||Chase||Lotad||On the riverbank away from the waterfall (Befriend Buneary)||Battle|
|Munchlax||Near Bulbasaur's Daring Dash (Complete Bulbasaur's Daring Dash)||None||Give Munchlax a Big Berry to befriend him.||Shinx||Along the path on the entrance side of the bridge (Befriend Buneary)||Chase|
|Treecko||To the left of the bridge on the side nearest the entrance||Chase||Beat Bulbasaur's Daring Dash with 5 Pokémon to challenge him.||Scyther||In a flower bed to the far left of the bridge. (Defeat Croagunk)||Battle||
|Mankey||Across the bridge near the gate to the Meeting Place.||Battle||Magikarp||Behind the waterfall||Chase||Hit him with Thunderbolt to force him to shore.|
|Bidoof||On the riverbank near the waterfall.||None||Bidoof can be befriended by helping her build a dam in the river.||Caterpie||On the island between bridges. (Knocked out of a tree)||Chase|
|Bibarel||Near the river on the same side as the Bidoof (Complete Bidoof's dam)||Battle||Butterfree||Along the riverbank (Befriend Caterpie)||Chase|
|Oddish||Across the bridge near the gate to the Meeting Place.||Hide-and-Seek||Weedle||Near the left side of the waterfall (Knocked out of a tree)||Battle|
|Aipom||Across the bridge near the gate to the Meeting Place.||Chase||Shroomish||Near the left side of the waterfall. (Release from a crate)||Chase|
|Ambipom||Across the bridge near the gate to the Meeting Place. (Befriend Aipom)||Battle||Tropius||Among the trees on the right side of the waterfall. (Befriend Munchlax)||None||Give Tropius a Big Berry to befriend her.|
|Leafeon||In a flower bed to the far left of the bridge.||Chase||Obtain at least 20 friends.||Chimchar||Near the forested area on the right side of the waterfall. (Defeat Mankey)||Battle||Transfers to the Lava Zone once it is accessible.|
|Spearow||Near the large structure surrounded by stumps on the entrance side of the bridge.||Obstacle Hop||Bulbasaur||Next to the sign for his attraction||None||Complete Bulbasaur's Daring Dash to befriend him.|
|Croagunk||Guarding the gate to Venusaur's lair.||Battle||Venusaur||In his lair||None||Revive Venusaur's friendship with Blaziken and Empoleon to befriend him.|
|Starly||Flying around the map (Complete Venusaur's Vine Swing)||Chase|
|Zones in the PokéPark|
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