Manito Park is an ideal spot for families to spend some time among the trees, flowers and bright blue skies. The park offers a variety of spots all situated in the nearly 80 acres. There is a greenhouse conservatory filled with fresh blooms all year round and then planted in the sunken Duncan Garden outside in the spring.
Rolling down the hill at this colorful oasis is the highlight for most toddlers. The Japanese Garden is a calming and tranquil place for infants and new mothers maybe looking for some peace. Then there is the large pond for feeding the ducks, the Rose Garden, the playground, splash pad and the many shades of purple in the Lilac Garden. Whether you are looking for peace and quiet or a fun place to scream and run, Manito Park is the spot in Spokane.
The park is closed from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.
A concession stand is open in one section of the park in the summer.
Small parking areas and lots can be found throughout the park.
Public restrooms can be found located throughout different parts of the park.