SeaWorld San Diego is inviting Pokemon trainers to come and catch ‘em all at its inaugural Pokemon Go Lure-a-Thon on Saturday.
Lure Modules, which act as attraction beacons for wild Pokemon, will be activated at 40 PokeStops inside the park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The park is also host to three different Pokemon gyms, so friends and strangers alike can get together and battle.
According to SeaWorld, Pokemon species sighted at the park include Jolteon, Squirtle, Omanyte, Scyther and the beloved Pikachu.
Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game played using your smartphone. The app will take playes to various locations where they can catch Pokemon.