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3 Best Public Parks in Spokane, WA

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Spokane, Washington. All of our public parks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

MANITO PARK

1702 South Grand Boulevard, Spokane, WA 99203 DIRECTIONS

Since 1904

Here’s The Deal:
Manito Park is a 90-acre public park located in Spokane. It has two play structures, one in upper Manito and the other by the duck pond at lower Manito. The park has five gardens, a conservatory, and a duck pond. The park attracts 150,000 visitors annually. The park has sledding, baseball, tennis, and bird watching are very popular among casual visitors. Manito Park has a recreational area with picnic spots, a few flower beds, a zoo, and one of Spokane's primary showplaces. The park has an arboretum, botanical gardens, and a conservatory, located at 17th Ave and Grand Blvd in Spokane, Washington, United States. It is an open park without charge for the visitors.

SPECIALTY:
Grassy Fields, Playgrounds, Aquatic Centre, Slides, Topiary Shrubs, Spacious Manicured Lawns, Swings, Walking and Biking Paths, Shelters, Flowers, Ponds, Open Space, Gardens, Tables, Stone Benches, Event Conducting, Multiple Picturesque Gardens, Greenhouse Conservatory, Kids Grounds & Fishing

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FRANKLIN PARK

302 West Queen Avenue, Spokane, WA 99205 DIRECTIONS

Since 1988

Here’s The Deal:
Franklin Park is a public recreational field located in Spokane. It is a large green space with a picnic pavilion, athletic fields, and a kids' playground. The park has a wide area of mature parkland easily accessible and a range of amenities. The park has swings for toddlers, dog-free, sandpit, and climbing frames. The park has fields for playing sports such as baseball, football and paved areas. The park has benches with shading trees for the visitors to sit and enjoy a picnic. In the park, people mostly visit in the morning to jog, walk and exercise.

SPECIALTY:
Trails, Restrooms, Dog Parking, Monuments, Skyride, Shelters, Stone Benches, Event Conducting, Kids Grounds, Fountains, Memorial Statue, Waterfalls, Lawn Areas, Playgrounds, Tour Train, Walking Path, Open Space, Gardens, Playground, Pavilions, Ponds, Picnic Tables & Statues

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AUDUBON PARK

3405 North Milton Street, Spokane, WA 99205 DIRECTIONS

Since 1907

Here’s The Deal:
Audubon Park is an excellent public park for a picnic in Spokane. It has over 27-acres of parkland. The park has splash pads, ball fields, and basketball courts. The park features a prime venue to host a birthday party or any number of family-oriented shows. The park has a toddler-oriented playground. Audubon Park features sports fields, multi-use trails, picnic sites, a golf course, and paved paths. The park has softball fields, baseball diamonds, a playground & restrooms. The park has a separate playground for the kids to play in the evening.

SPECIALTY:
Gardens, Playing Equipment, Greeny Fields, Kids Grounds, Playground, Stone Benches, Tennis Court, Slides, Ducks, Walking Trails, Event Conducting, Tables, Shelters, Swings, Open Space, Fishing, Sports Areas, Dog Parking, Restroom, Fountains, Aquatic Centre, Ponds & Waterfalls

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