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The Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden is open from April 1 through October 31 annually. The operating hours are 10 AM to 7 PM April - September and closes at 6 p.m. in October. Admission is $3/adults; children 12 and under are free. The Garden sits on...more
Beautiful little less than 1/2 mile walk total. Great place to take young children to feed fish & walk across water on secure stepping stones. A lot of shady quiet spots to sit, reflect, cry, read, .... It was 90 degrees & sunny & I...More
My teenager wanted to add this stop to a family trip, and it was well worth it. A paved trail loops through it, and there are lots of beautiful plants. A pond sits in the middle of the trail, and it was beautiful and peaceful....More
I visited in Feb. which is definitely the wrong time of the year to go. Lots of people around but no plants and stuff to seeMore
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Katie S, Manager at Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your response. Most of our favorite attractions are seasonal. The Japanese Garden is normally open April- October. The native butterfly house is open mid May to September when insects are most active. However, if you do visit in winter, there are over...More
A great place to take a date or the family. Beautifully landscaped! A paved walking trail loops through the park. Lots of nice photo opportunities. Small entrance fee and they charge professional photographers a fee who wish to do photo shoots in the gardens.
I have been here more than a few times. Sometimes the park is not busy, and other times it is. Either way, the park is a calm and beautiful experience. I highly recommend to any person or group of people!
My wife and I both enjoy strolling through the gardens and enjoy seeing the new plants and attractions that they have added over the years. It is a nice to take some time together in a relaxing environment.
The date has varied every year for the past 10 years... Generally the Yoshinos and Higan Weeping forms bloom the first week of April and the double pom Kwanzans bloom the 2nd-3rd week of April. The blooms have come and gone... More
The date has varied every year for the past 10 years... Generally the Yoshinos and Higan Weeping forms bloom the first week of April and the double pom Kwanzans bloom the 2nd-3rd week of April. The blooms have come and gone as early as March 15, but this year, I suspect the best color will occur after April 15. The Kwanzan and Dogwood blooms are still pretty tight and I hope have not been damaged by recent freezes. Depending on the weather, I think April 20 - May 13 should be the best time to catch some spring color.