Veterans Memorial Park

Veteran's Park honors area veterans for their service to their country. The Park is located in the Whitewater Gorge and can be accessed via automobile via the Johnson Street entrance or via foot over the pedestrian suspension bridge on Sim Hodgin Parkway or via the Whitewater Gorge walking/bike trail.

The site features nicely landscaped memorials to veterans of all wars, picnic facilities, the tanks that used to set on the courthouse lawn and plenty of green space for personal reflection as well as outdoor activities.

Veterans Memorial Park Sign Ceremony in Veteran's Park War Memorial
Civiil War Memorial - Veterans Memorial Park Two Tanks in Veterans Memorial Park

The Memorial Park Committee helps to maintain the park and works to expand the memorials. Donations are appreciated and can be sent to:

     Wayne County Veterans Memorial Park
     P.O. Box 2401
     Richmond, Indiana  47375

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Veteran's Memorial Park is part of the larger Whitewater Gorge Park which is managed by the Richmond Parks and Recreations Department.

Material from the Whitewater Park Trail Guide distributed by the Richmond Parks and Recreations department.

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Did You Know?

Wayne County was formed in 1811. It was named for General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, who was an officer during the Revolutionary War. Wayne is mainly remembered for his service in the 1790's in the Northwest Indian War, which included many actions in Indiana and Ohio.