Veterans Park

4.68 Votes
  • Address: 80 N Veterans Memorial Blvd, Tupelo, MS 38804, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-6628416513
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

You can plan to go the Veterans Park with your family and friends to spend some leisurely hours. This public park has a charming wooded area and a lot of local people come here especially to play disc golf. There are two lakes adjacent to this park and you will love the serenity of the whole for sure. There are multiple walking trails in this spot and the playground with playing units make the park an attractive place to the kids. The other impressive features of the Veterans Park are soft ball fields, a pavilion, a community center, gazebos and parking lot. The seasonal splash pad of the park makes summer holidays more fun for both adults and children.

How to Reach Veterans Park

  • Rented car / taxi

  • Veterans Park Address: 80 N Veterans Memorial Blvd, Tupelo, MS 38804, USA, United States
  • Veterans Park Contact Number: +1-6628416513
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Veterans Park Reviews & Ratings

  • A place of solitude and peace . A very. Heart warming experience. Thanks Tupelo for providing such beautiful grounds.

  • Beautiful place. Husband proposed to me here. The pier is always closed though which is a real bummer.

  • This place made me drop and burst into tears. As a Vietnam VET. I never felt so honored. I cried for an hour. To those who have given the ultimate sacrifice. My heart bled that day.. This park was the ultimate for me.. Please stop there. I'm a VET. It will move you're heart VETERANS.

  • The splash pad here is really fun in the summer! The playground is older, but still keeps the kids entertained. The Vietnam Veterans memorial is beautiful and well-done. The pond had a little walking trail that is fun, and usually you can find some ducks. There is also frisbee golf and other walking trails. Overall, a great park!

  • Great park for walking and learning about our fallen heroes

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