Tsuda Park is located in the west of Obihiro City. There is a forest here that has existed since before Hokkaido was settled, and it is covered with trees such as kobushi magnolia, manchurian ash, Japanese alder, and Japanese elm. It is also called “Tsuda Forest.”
A small stream, the Taisei River, flows through the park. There is a walking path in the forest parallel to the stream, and the park can be enjoyed with the nature of the waterside and forest. In spring, windflower, Ezo-Murasaki-Tsutsuji, and Sargent’s cherry blossoms bloom along the riverside. In summer, the trees create a shade, and in autumn, the Japanese maple trees turn red.
There is also a diversion canal where you can observe aquatic insects, rare in the city, and a monument where you can learn about the history of development.
Obihiro City Tsuda Park MAPCODE: 124 615 107*28