PokéStop is a place, shown on the local map in Pokémon GO. Usually such locations are significant city places, like monuments, churches, town halls, statues etc.
When a PokéStop is visited, the trainer cannot visit again until 5 minutes have passed. Each time a new PokéStop is visited, the trainer receives 50 Experience Points. A trainer can also place a Lure Module in the PokéStop to gather wild Pokémon or trainers.
PokéStops offer certain items. The number of items varies from 3 to 10. The items you get are dependent on which level the trainer is.
|Poké Ball||1||Allows trainer to catch Pokémon.|
|Great Ball||12||Allows trainer to catch a Pokémon. The chance to catch a Pokémon is better than a Poké Ball.|
|Ultra Ball||20||Allows trainer to catch a Pokémon. The chance to catch a Pokémon is greater than a Poké Ball.|
|Potion||5||Allows trainer to heal a wounded Pokémon. Can be used during a Gym battle.|
|Super Potion||10||Allows trainer to heal a wounded Pokémon for 50 Hit Points. Can be used during a Gym battle.|
|Hyper Potion||15||Allows trainer to heal a wounded Pokémon for 200 Hit Points. Can be used during a Gym battle.|
|Max Potion||25||Allows trainer to heal a wounded Pokémon to its full Hit Points.|
|Revive||5||Allows trainer to heal a fainted Pokémon.|
|Max Revive||30||Allows trainer to heal a fainted Pokémon to its full Hit Points.|
|Razz Berry||8||Allows trainer to distract the Pokémon, increasing the chance to catch it.|
|Nanab Berry||14||Allows trainer to calm the Pokémon, making its movement less erratic.|
|Pinap Berry||18||Allows trainer to receive twice as much Candy from the Pokémon.|