Veterans Memorial Park

Veteran's Memorial Park is a relatively new park, conveniently located in the center of the City of Richmond, featuring memorials for quiet reflection but also offering a large amount of green space for family picnics. It can be reached via car from North 2nd Street (just west of the Wayne County Safety Building) or by foot via the suspension footbridge over the Whitewater River, just south of the Weir Dam on Sim Hodgins Parkway.

Sign and entrance to Veterans Memorial Park

Photos taken March 17, 2010

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Suspension foot bridge Flag flies over memorials at Veterans Memorial Park

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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.