We went to visit this beautiful Japanese Kubota garden with our family. This park is beautiful, quiet, peaceful, and not overcrowded. It's a nice big park with trails, ponds, trees, flowers, and so many plants. There are multiple ponds with bridges to walk across that lead to different paths. You may even spot a koi fish! The flowering trees were magnificent and the rolling topography allowed for a lot of privacy. Maps are available up at the entrance, there's no charge to enter. We took photos under the cabanas and sat on many hidden benches. It was lovely to return to South Seattle and see a garden without litter and tents. This park is a good way to spend the day with your family and friends and capturing beautiful memories there! The parking was free but there are a lot of warnings about car break-ins so be smart- lock your car and don't leave valuables visible.