Turffield ターフタウン
Turf Town
"A town nestled within the nurturing bowl of our many terraced farming fields."
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Turffield Gym - Galar Gym #1
specialist Gym
Grass Badge
Grass Badge
Turffield Gym - Galar Gym #1
specialist Gym
Grass Badge
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Turffield Gym - Galar Gym #1
specialist Gym
Grass Badge
Grass Badge
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Location of Turffield in Galar.

Turffield (Japanese: ターフタウン Turf Town) is a small town located in central Galar. It is home to the Galar region's Grass-type Gym, Turffield Stadium. To the south is Route 4 and to the east is Route 5.

Icon of Turffield Orchards, one of the providers of Poké Jobs, and a sponsor of Milo and Turffield Stadium's Gym Trainers


A town nestled within the nurturing bowl of our many terraced farming fields. (Japanese: 段々畑の あいまに が ぶ すりばちの  A town with houses lined up like a mortar within the terraced fields.)

Places of interest

Turffield Stadium

Main article: Turffield Stadium

Turffield Stadium is Turffield's official Pokémon Gym, specializing in Grass-type Pokémon. Its Leader is Milo, who hands out the Grass Badge to those who defeat him. It is the first Gym that Gym Challengers have to face.

Turffield Geoglyph

On a hillside to the west of town is a massive geoglyph that depicts a gigantic Pokémon beneath a swirling cloud of darkness. It also depicts figures fleeing from the Pokémon. The geoglyph can be observed from a hilltop, where a Stonjourner face board can also be found and interacted with.

Pokémon Center

Poké Mart

This Poké Mart is located inside the Pokémon Center.

Left clerk


Pokémon Sword and Shield

Turffield has a population of 36.


Item Location Games
  Energy Root Against the fence in the southeast of town, just east of the Pokémon Center (hidden)  Sw  Sh 
  Everstone Southeast of the Turffield Stadium, at the end of a short path forking off the path towards the stadium (hidden)  Sw  Sh 
  TM97 (Brutal Swing) On the southeast section of the path encircling the Turffield Stadium, in the fenced-off area  Sw  Sh 
  Max Revive On the southwest section of the path encircling the Turffield Stadium, in the fenced-off area  Sw  Sh 
  X Attack ×3 Near the hilltop, next to the Flying standing stone  Sw  Sh 
  Leaf Stone Near the hilltop, south of the Water standing stone (hidden)  Sw  Sh 
  Milo's League Card From Sonia at the hilltop  Sw  Sh 
  Revive ×2 From Sonia at the hilltop  Sw  Sh 
  Fresh Water In the smallest of the drinking fountains at the hilltop (hidden)  Sw  Sh 
  Expert Belt Automatically obtained after reading the Grass, Water, and Fire standing stones in the said order, after being told about the legend by the girl at the hilltop  Sw  Sh 
  TM11 (Solar Beam) On an isolated section of land in the northeast of town (requires an upgraded Rotom Bike)  Sw  Sh 


  • Crawdaunt appears in the river, near the dead end (requires an upgraded Rotom Bike). It does not respawn.
Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
Sw Sh
50 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

In the anime

Turffield geoglyph in the anime

Turffield appeared in Sword and Shield: The Darkest Day!, where Goh and Sonia visited the town to see its famous geoglyph, theorizing what connection it could have to Dynamax and the Darkest Day. Afterwards, they headed to Wedgehurst together.

In the manga

Turffield geoglyph in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Sword & Shield arc

Turffield first appeared in Chomp!! Defeat Drednaw, where Milo was informed of the new Gym Challengers endorsed by Leon.

In Watch Out!! Strong Rivals, Professor Magnolia mentioned that she had been given permission to investigate the Turffield geoglyph, but as she was unable to arrange enough time to visit it, she asked Henry, Casey, and Sonia to investigate it in her stead.

In Blinding!! The End of the Battle, after Henry had beaten Milo, Sonia took him and Marvin to see the geoglyph.



Main article: Pokémon world in relation to the real world → Galar

Turffield is based on Stonehenge, located in the town of Amesbury in southwest England.[1]

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese ターフタウン Turf Town From turf, referring to sports turf such as those used in golf and horse racing
English, German, Italian,
Brazilian Portuguese, Polish
Turffield From turf and -field (British town suffix for open land)
Spanish Pueblo Hoyuelo From hoyuelo (dimple, referring to the holes of the golf ball)
French Greenbury From green (smooth area surrounding the hole in a golf course) and -bury (British town suffix for fortified enclosure)
Korean 터프마을 Turf Maeul From its Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 草路鎮 / 草路镇 Cǎolù Zhèn From cǎo / chóu and lù / louh
Chinese (Cantonese) 草路鎮 Chóulouh Jan



Slumbering WealdGalar MineGalar Mine No. 2Motostoke Outskirts
Glimwood TangleRoute 9 TunnelRose Tower/Battle TowerEnergy PlantTower Summit
Wild Area
Meetup SpotRolling FieldsDappled GroveWatchtower RuinsEast Lake AxewellWest Lake Axewell
Axew's EyeSouth Lake MilochGiant's SeatNorth Lake MilochMotostoke RiverbankBridge Field
Stony WildernessDusty BowlGiant's MirrorHammerlocke HillsGiant's CapLake of Outrage
Isle of Armor
Fields of HonorMaster DojoSoothing WetlandsForest of FocusChallenge BeachTower of WatersBrawlers' Cave
Challenge RoadTower of DarknessCourageous CavernLoop LagoonTraining LowlandsWarm-Up Tunnel
Potbottom DesertWorkout SeaStepping-Stone SeaInsular SeaHoneycalm SeaHoneycalm Island
Crown Tundra
Slippery SlopeMax LairFreezingtonFrostpoint FieldGiant's BedRock Peak RuinsIron RuinsOld Cemetery
Snowslide SlopeIceberg RuinsTunnel to the TopPath to the PeakCrown ShrineGiant's FootRoaring-Sea Caves
Frigid SeaThree-Point PassSplit-Decision RuinsBallimere LakeLakeside CaveDyna Tree Hill

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