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“One of Spokane's greatest treasures...”
Review of Manito Park

Manito Park
Ranked #1 of 103 things to do in Spokane
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed September 7, 2007

I've been going to Manito Park since I was a child. Each visit offers something new. Photo opportunities are endless. With the duck pond, conservatory, playground, picnic area, Duncan gardens, Japanese gardens, tennis courts, and more, there is something for everyone. Plan on spending a better portion of the day here if you want to attempt to see it all.

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Greenville, SC
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Reviewed June 1, 2006

Driving in you see a giant pond with wheeping willow's on the side. Theres a little island in the middle where all the ducks and swans nest. If you come at the right time you see all these cute little duckling's swimming around. Perfect place for a picnic. Bring some extra bread though feeding ducks is definately one of the most relaxing things you can do. North of the pond there a small mountain with a spectacular view. Also when your in the Duncan Gardens go through the eastern exit there's a park for kids to play in and I definately recommend parking your car and walking as driving doesn't give the beautiful scenery justice. To the East of the pond there's also a playground with some barbeque pitts scattered with picnic tables. What a beatiful Tranquil Place.

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Bigfork, Montana
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Reviewed March 26, 2005

The different gardens were beautiful. When you enter, you drive on small, winding little roads throught the park until you come to one of the gardens. The european gardens were lovely and the conservatory looked gorgeous (closed at the time). Check out the Japanese gardens that were very quiet and beautiful. Very lush and relaxing. The rose gardens were outstanding and had every color possible. Also, you don't want to miss the resedential area around the park. There are perfect communities right around it that look like it was in a movie or something. The houses are perfect and outstanding. The whole area is worth a trip, but I would recommend coming in June where it is warm, but everything is still green.

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