Manito Park was formally established in April 1904. It has grown from an undeveloped entertainment venue to one of Spokane’s premier exhibition halls, with flower beds, picnic areas, and a zoo. Manito Park is made up of five main garden areas (Nishinomiya Areas River Japanese Garden, Duncan Garden, Rose Hill, Lilac Garden, and Feliz Perennial Garden) and is famous throughout the country for its various gardening exhibits.
The Parks and Recreation Department manages 78 acres of arable and local land and 20 acres of global botanical gardens. Other features of Manito Park are as follows. Jingtang is very popular with people. People like to watch ducks and waterfowl. The park bench cafe offers light meals during the season. The ring bridge and the bridge offer a magnificent view of the rose garden. It is a favorite place for children up and down In 1912, in one year, a large office building in basalt was built. In the greenhouse of geysers in the center of the park, beautiful mobile exhibits change with the seasons.
Manito Park is located on a hill on the south side of Spokane, has five main gardens, several small gardens and a greenhouse and is visited by 150,000 tourists every year.
Manito Park, formerly known as “Montrose Park”, was Spokane’s premier garden exhibit.
Montrose Park was renamed Manito Park in 1903 and was originally a zoo organized as a family event. Manitou means “natural spirit”.
The vast 90-acre land includes well-preserved flower beds, well-preserved lawns, trimmed bushes, sports fields, wildlife areas, and waterfowl in the mirror pond.
Manito Park is located in the southern mountain region of Spokane. 150,000 tourists visit its five gardens, greenhouses and Miller Pond each year.
Manito Park also has quaint stone bridges, cafes with benches near the historic Manito Plaza boulevard, and playgrounds above and below.