Jiaobanshan (Jiaoban Mountain) Park, also called Fuxing Park, is a spacious park with several dozen high maples that go crimson red during autumn. It's home to plum trees and old towering pines that give the park a predominantly pink hue during blossom.
The park also has Madame Chiang and Chiang Kai-shek-planted banyan trees. In 2003, 12 renowned sculptors were invited by the government of Taoyuan City (Taiwan) to make a public art for the park's public art education and sculpture park area.
The sculptures created turned out highly creative and blended well with the landscape of the park, thereby adding to the area's tourism appeal.