The area is filled with palm trees that grow nuts which are used to feed the Chao. There is also a waterfall and pool with a cave behind the waterfall. The area is surrounded on almost all sides by a cliff like structure with the entrance and exit from the Main Hall being a small cave in the cliff. However opposite the entrance the garden ends and looking outwards nothing but sky can be seen. The cave behind the waterfall leads to a section where the Chao can be entered in races or martial art tournaments to win prizes.
There is also VMU stand in this area that was used for the Chao VMU minigame (Dreamcast version only). In Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, this was replaced by a Chao Machine with a GBA stand that was used to transfer Chao and other items between the Chao Garden in the Sonic Adventure series while in the 2012 re-release version, it is replaced with a machine shaped like a Chao's head, used to release Chao.
- The Chao Garden has a great resemblance to Green Hill Zone from Sonic 1, and Emerald Hill Zone from Sonic 2.
- This is the only Chao Garden to not have a sign that mentions its name, just like the Hero Garden and Dark Garden.
- This Chao Garden is very similar to the Mystic Ruins one.
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