List of Pokémon by Pal Park location

The five different areas in Pal Park

This is the list of Pokémon by Pal Park location and score value.

Pal Park is divided into five separate areas. Each species of Pokémon will only appear in one of these areas. With a few exceptions, Pokémon in the same evolutionary family will appear in the same area.

Each species also has a base score value between 30 and 100 points, with rarer and more powerful Pokémon usually having higher score values. At the end of a Catching Show, the Catching Score component will be equal to the scores of all six Pokémon added together. Because there is also a Type Score component, dual-type Pokémon have the potential to be worth an additional 50 points relative to Pokémon that have only one type, even if their catching scores are equal.

Grassland Habitat.png Field

The field is directly in front of the entrance to the catching area. 123 Pokémon appear in this area, the most of all areas.

# Pokémon Type 1 Type 2 Score
001   Bulbasaur     50
002   Ivysaur     80
003   Venusaur     90
004   Charmander   50
005   Charmeleon   80
006   Charizard     90
016   Pidgey     30
017   Pidgeotto     50
018   Pidgeot     70
019   Rattata   30
020   Raticate   50
021   Spearow     30
022   Fearow     50
029   Nidoran♀   30
030   Nidorina   50
031   Nidoqueen     70
032   Nidoran♂   30
033   Nidorino   50
034   Nidoking     70
037   Vulpix   70
038   Ninetales   80
039   Jigglypuff   80
040   Wigglytuff   90
052   Meowth   50
053   Persian   70
058   Growlithe   70
059   Arcanine   80
063   Abra   50
064   Kadabra   80
065   Alakazam   90
077   Ponyta   50
078   Rapidash   70
083   Farfetch’d     70
084   Doduo     50
085   Dodrio     70
088   Grimer   50
089   Muk   70
100   Voltorb   50
101   Electrode   70
108   Lickitung   70
113   Chansey   90
115   Kangaskhan   70
122   Mr. Mime   70
123   Scyther     70
124   Jynx     70
128   Tauros   70
132   Ditto   70
133   Eevee   90
134   Vaporeon   90
135   Jolteon   90
136   Flareon   90
137   Porygon   80
143   Snorlax   80
150   Mewtwo   90
152   Chikorita   50
153   Bayleef   80
154   Meganium   90
155   Cyndaquil   50
156   Quilava   80
157   Typhlosion   90
161   Sentret   30
162   Furret   50
165   Ledyba     30
166   Ledian     50
167   Spinarak     30
168   Ariados     50
172   Pichu   80
173   Cleffa   80
174   Igglybuff   80
175   Togepi   80
176   Togetic     90
179   Mareep   50
180   Flaaffy   70
181   Ampharos   80
187   Hoppip     50
188   Skiploom     70
189   Jumpluff     80
191   Sunkern   50
192   Sunflora   70
193   Yanma     80
196   Espeon   90
197   Umbreon   90
202   Wobbuffet   80
203   Girafarig     70
209   Snubbull   50
210   Granbull   70
212   Scizor     90
233   Porygon2   80
234   Stantler   50
235   Smeargle   80
238   Smoochum     80
241   Miltank   70
242   Blissey   90
255   Torchic   50
256   Combusken     80
257   Blaziken     90
261   Poochyena   30
262   Mightyena   50
263   Zigzagoon   30
264   Linoone   50
276   Taillow     30
277   Swellow     50
280   Ralts   50
281   Kirlia   70
282   Gardevoir   80
300   Skitty   50
301   Delcatty   70
309   Electrike   50
310   Manectric   70
311   Plusle   90
312   Minun   90
315   Roselia     70
325   Spoink   50
326   Grumpig   70
327   Spinda   50
333   Swablu     50
334   Altaria     80
335   Zangoose   70
351   Castform   80
360   Wynaut   80
380   Latias     90
381   Latios     90
384   Rayquaza     90

Forest Habitat.png Forest

The forest is a path along the northwest corner of the catching area that leads to the field in the south and mountain in the east. 74 Pokémon appear in this area.

# Pokémon Type 1 Type 2 Score
010   Caterpie   30
011   Metapod   50
012   Butterfree     70
013   Weedle     30
014   Kakuna     50
015   Beedrill     70
023   Ekans   30
024   Arbok   50
025   Pikachu   80
026   Raichu   90
043   Oddish     30
044   Gloom     50
045   Vileplume     70
046   Paras     30
047   Parasect     50
048   Venonat     30
049   Venomoth     50
069   Bellsprout     30
070   Weepinbell     50
071   Victreebel     70
092   Gastly     50
093   Haunter     80
094   Gengar     90
096   Drowzee   50
097   Hypno   70
102   Exeggcute     50
103   Exeggutor     70
114   Tangela   50
127   Pinsir   70
151   Mew   100
163   Hoothoot     30
164   Noctowl     50
177   Natu     50
178   Xatu     70
182   Bellossom   80
190   Aipom   70
198   Murkrow     70
200   Misdreavus   70
201   Unown   70
204   Pineco   50
205   Forretress     70
206   Dunsparce   90
214   Heracross     80
216   Teddiursa   50
217   Ursaring   70
251   Celebi     100
252   Treecko   50
253   Grovyle   80
254   Sceptile   90
265   Wurmple   30
266   Silcoon   50
267   Beautifly     70
268   Cascoon   50
269   Dustox     70
273   Seedot   30
274   Nuzleaf     50
275   Shiftry     80
285   Shroomish   50
286   Breloom     70
287   Slakoth   50
288   Vigoroth   70
289   Slaking   80
290   Nincada     50
291   Ninjask     70
292   Shedinja     80
316   Gulpin   50
317   Swalot   70
336   Seviper   70
352   Kecleon   70
353   Shuppet   50
354   Banette   70
355   Duskull   50
356   Dusclops   70
357   Tropius     70

Mountain Habitat.png Mountain

The mountain is located in the north of the catching area. 105 Pokémon appear in this area.

# Pokémon Type 1 Type 2 Score
027   Sandshrew   50
028   Sandslash   70
035   Clefairy   80
036   Clefable   90
041   Zubat     30
042   Golbat     50
050   Diglett   30
051   Dugtrio   50
056   Mankey   50
057   Primeape   70
066   Machop   50
067   Machoke   80
068   Machamp   90
074   Geodude     30
075   Graveler     50
076   Golem     70
081   Magnemite     50
082   Magneton     70
095   Onix     80
104   Cubone   50
105   Marowak   70
106   Hitmonlee   80
107   Hitmonchan   80
109   Koffing   50
110   Weezing   70
111   Rhyhorn     50
112   Rhydon     70
125   Electabuzz   70
126   Magmar   70
142   Aerodactyl     70
144   Articuno     90
145   Zapdos     90
146   Moltres     90
149   Dragonite     90
160   Feraligatr   90
169   Crobat     90
185   Sudowoodo   70
207   Gligar     50
208   Steelix     90
215   Sneasel     50
218   Slugma   50
219   Magcargo     70
220   Swinub     50
221   Piloswine     70
225   Delibird     70
227   Skarmory     70
228   Houndour     50
229   Houndoom     70
231   Phanpy   50
232   Donphan   70
236   Tyrogue   80
237   Hitmontop   80
239   Elekid   80
240   Magby   80
243   Raikou   90
244   Entei   90
245   Suicune   90
246   Larvitar     70
247   Pupitar     80
248   Tyranitar     90
249   Lugia     90
250   Ho-Oh     90
293   Whismur   50
294   Loudred   70
295   Exploud   80
296   Makuhita   50
297   Hariyama   70
299   Nosepass   70
302   Sableye     70
303   Mawile   70
304   Aron     50
305   Lairon     70
306   Aggron     80
307   Meditite     50
308   Medicham     70
313   Volbeat   70
314   Illumise   70
322   Numel     50
323   Camerupt     70
324   Torkoal   70
328   Trapinch   50
329   Vibrava     70
330   Flygon     80
331   Cacnea   50
332   Cacturne     70
337   Lunatone     70
338   Solrock     70
343   Baltoy     50
344   Claydol     70
358   Chimecho   80
359   Absol   80
361   Snorunt   50
362   Glalie   70
371   Bagon   50
372   Shelgon   70
373   Salamence     80
374   Beldum     70
375   Metang     80
376   Metagross     90
377   Regirock   90
378   Regice   90
379   Registeel   90
383   Groudon   90
385   Jirachi     100
386   Deoxys   100

Waters-edge Habitat.png Pond

The pond is located in the northeast corner of the catching area. Surf is required to obtain the Pokémon within it. 37 Pokémon appear in this area, the fewest of all areas.

# Pokémon Type 1 Type 2 Score
007   Squirtle   50
008   Wartortle   80
009   Blastoise   90
054   Psyduck   50
055   Golduck   70
060   Poliwag   50
061   Poliwhirl   80
062   Poliwrath     90
079   Slowpoke     50
080   Slowbro     70
118   Goldeen   50
119   Seaking   70
129   Magikarp   30
130   Gyarados     90
147   Dratini   70
148   Dragonair   80
158   Totodile   50
159   Croconaw   80
183   Marill   50
184   Azumarill   70
186   Politoed   80
194   Wooper     50
195   Quagsire     70
199   Slowking     80
258   Mudkip   50
259   Marshtomp     80
260   Swampert     90
270   Lotad     30
271   Lombre     50
272   Ludicolo     80
283   Surskit     50
284   Masquerain     70
298   Azurill   80
339   Barboach     50
340   Whiscash     70
341   Corphish   50
342   Crawdaunt     70

Sea Habitat.png Sea

The sea is located in the southeast corner of the catching area. Surf is required to obtain the Pokémon within it. 47 Pokémon appear in this area.

# Pokémon Type 1 Type Score
072   Tentacool     30
073   Tentacruel     50
086   Seel   50
087   Dewgong     70
090   Shellder   50
091   Cloyster     70
098   Krabby   50
099   Kingler   70
116   Horsea   50
117   Seadra   70
120   Staryu   50
121   Starmie     70
131   Lapras     90
138   Omanyte     50
139   Omastar     70
140   Kabuto     50
141   Kabutops     70
170   Chinchou     50
171   Lanturn     70
211   Qwilfish     80
213   Shuckle     80
222   Corsola     70
223   Remoraid   50
224   Octillery   70
226   Mantine     70
230   Kingdra     80
278   Wingull     30
279   Pelipper     50
318   Carvanha     50
319   Sharpedo     70
320   Wailmer   50
321   Wailord   80
345   Lileep     70
346   Cradily     80
347   Anorith     70
348   Armaldo     80
349   Feebas   70
350   Milotic   90
363   Spheal     50
364   Sealeo     70
365   Walrein     80
366   Clamperl   50
367   Huntail   80
368   Gorebyss   80
369   Relicanth     80
370   Luvdisc   50
382   Kyogre   90

Trivia

  • Pokémon introduced in Generation IV have Pal Park locations and score values programmed in, even though they cannot be migrated from Generation III.
  • Ten question marks can be migrated to the Pal Park, but the area it will be in is unknown.

See also


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