If you like all kinds of flowers, you must come here! Usually I like flowers and plants, and then you must not miss Manito Park. It can really satisfy all your desires to see flowers. I actually heard about it before I came, and then I found that it really exceeded expectations. I love it. Loved, the location is also very good, in Spokane South Mountain, a completely different perspective. There are a lot of trails, which are convenient for people to watch. At the same time, these trails can also lead to beautiful gardens with various themes. Among the many gardens, my favorite is the rose garden. Of course, others such as lilac and Japanese gardens and ponds are really beautiful in design. Forgive me for my lack of knowledge, some flower varieties are really not named. There are carps in the pond, the colors are very bright, it is koi, haha! The park is very large, and besides the outdoor gardens, there are also indoor gardens, such as some succulents and cacti. Children like it very much. The locals usually bring a family of young and old, and you can spend a day here. There are some ducks, tortoises and so on, try not to feed randomly. Tips: 1. In winter, there are places for skiing. It's colder. I don't care. I like the flowering season and the entertainment facilities are complete. 2. Of course it’s free, don’t feed the small animals in it. 3. You still need to be careful to find this park. It is not the kind that is particularly easy to find, and it may be the first time you go there.
Colorful Flower Paradise—Manito Park This is the first time I have come to Manito Park this season. This place leaves me with a different impression every time. I still remember the last time I came in winter. After heavy snowfall, the entire park was covered with thick snow, there were marks left by pedestrians and bicycles on the road, and the tree trunks became uniform because of the snow. This time I felt different from the last time. The colors first became very vivid. The first thing that caught my eye was of course the large sea of flowers. The various colors competed with each other. What made me sigh the most is the floral art here. How does the master's craftsmanship trim these flowers so neatly, and there is a symmetrical beauty from a distance. In addition, there is a large green lawn, which is very soft and neatly trimmed when stepped on. It looks hairy. With the changes of the terrain, there are undulations, as if you are on a large green carpet. I can see all kinds of people, including old people, children, and all kinds of small animals. They play with each other on the grass and play around, adding a lot of life to this park. Attraction address: 1702 S. Grand Blvd., Spokane, WA 99203 Opening hours: 8:00 to 17:00, no entry at 16:30
TripTraveler: 1702 S. Grand Blvd., Spokane, WA 99203
TripTraveler: These are the places that you must visit near Manito Park: Gaiser Conservatory, Black Label Brewing Co, INB Performing Arts Center, Spokane Convention Center, Mobius Science Center