There are more Pokémon than you can find in Pokémon Go. Unfortunately, some of these are more common than others, and you may have to wait for a specific time of day for them to appear. For example, suppose you are looking for Eevee. If so, this adorable Pokémon typically lurks almost everywhere, meaning you may need to stretch your legs and explore your neighborhood a bit before it appears. This guide describes the best way to find Eevee in Pokémon Go.
Eevee is a Normal-type Pokémon. Most Normal types can be found in common areas, such as cities, neighborhoods, coffee shops, sports stadiums, and more populated regions. The problem with Normal-type Pokémon is that they feel a bit left in the background, but they're almost everywhere. When it comes to Eevee, you'll want to stroll around your neighborhood, visit the many spawn spots you commonly see, or take a trip to a nearby park.
You can increase your chances of meeting Eevee by placing a standard lure on a Pokéstop where you can bring them directly to you. If you stay on the move, activating incense on your avatar is another suitable method. However, these elements do not need to be active at the same time.
Eevee also commonly hatches from 1km eggs. So, if you have a lot of them in your inventory, throw them in an incubator and see if you can hatch some. Since Eevee has eight unique evolutions, it never hurts to have multiple versions.
The more time you spend in populated places and cities, the better your chances of finding an Eevee in the wild. It is also a Pokémon that sometimes appears in one-star raids, but varies throughout the week and is not always guaranteed.