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The beautiful gardens are amazing. It's always very well kept and they even name the plants so if you decide you want to grow some at your own home you'll know what the plant is named. The rose garden is also stunning with a huge...More
Manito Park in Spokane, Washington is one of the Crown Jewels in American city parks. Not to be missed are the Duncan and Japanese Gardens and the splendor of the whole environment. The park in enjoyable during all seasons of the year.
Glorious flowerings, stupefying colours ranging from brilliant reds, oranges, purples, every colour in the rainbow. A must see if you are in Spokane. Have relatives there, don't bother. Go to the gardens.
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If you haven't been here yet- All of the previous answers are accurate. I would add that bicycles are not allowed into the main gardens. By the time you unload your bikes, get off them and lock them up to go into the gardens... More
If you haven't been here yet- All of the previous answers are accurate. I would add that bicycles are not allowed into the main gardens. By the time you unload your bikes, get off them and lock them up to go into the gardens you will almost have spent enough time to walk through a good part of the park. It is not that big. If you just like to ride though there are a couple of streets and a wide paved path that are good for riding on. I would recommend downloading a map of the park from the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation website. Maps are also available on the north side of the office building northeast of the intersection at 21st Ave and Park Dr.