Where to Catch Eevee in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

There are a number of new Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet. Alongside these new Pokemon are a number of returning monsters that are popular in the series. One of the most popular Pokemon, and the one with the most evolutions, is Eevee. Eevee can be caught in both games. To help you find this pocket monster use our where to catch Eevee in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet guide below.

Where to Find Eevee?

Image showing the habitats of Eevee in Pokemon Scarlett and Pokemon Violet.

You will find Eevee spawning in a few specific locations in Pokmeon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet. These locations, Medali, the Pokemon League, and Cortondo. Eevee is said to live near towns and cities and is rarely seen. This means you want to explore just outside the towns mentioned above to look for it. It is a fairly rare spawn when it does appear in these areas.

I’ve personally had most of my luck with the town of Medali. Go to the town and head out through the south/southeast exit during the day. Just on the outskirts of town you will begin to encounter Eevee’s spawning. Keep in mind that Eevee is somewhat of a rare spawn, so you may need to spend some time riding around this area. With that said, this is a fairly nice area to catch Pokemon in since it is home to a number of Gen 1 monsters including the likes of Meowth, Ditto, and Voltorb.

Additionally you may encounter an Evee in a raid. This is largely up to chance since the Pokemon in raid battles are random. With that said there is a chance Pokemon does a special raid event specifically catered to Eevee in the future.

Upon catching Eevee you will have a tough decision to make. Basically Eevee can evolve into a variety of different types of Pokemon using specific stones. Since Eevee is a bit rare you will probably want to breed it before evolving it.

Did we do a good job showing you where to catch Eevee in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet? Let us know in the comments below.


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