Manito Park

Manito Park Information

Spokane Washington

 

 

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Historic Inland Pacific Northwest


Located in Spokane Washington, Manito Park is a beautiful park situated just south of Interstate 90, near the 17th block of Spokane's South Hill.

Manito Park has 5 Gardens

  • Duncan Garden
  • Perennial Garden
  • Rose Hill
  • Nishinomiya Japanese Garden
  • Lilac Garden

Manito Park as 2 Playgrounds for Young Children

  • Upper Manito Playground
  • Lower Manito Playground

Other Attractions at Manito Park Include:

  • Gaiser Conservatory
  • Duck Pond
  • Park Bench Cafe
  • Stone Bridge at Loop Drive
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Old Bungalow Homes at Manito Place

For more information about Manito Park visit

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Beautiful flowers and trees decorate Manito Park in the warmer months.

Manito Park

Manito Park puts on a beautiful show of color in Autumn.  Stop by and see all the color.

 


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