Memorial Park


Made for Making Memories

Memorial Park is best known for its extremely tall, thick tree canopy and playful squirrels. From play time to party time, the beauty of Memorial Park is the perfect backdrop for your next adventure. 

  • Shaded 1.1 Mile Trail
  • Pavilion with 450 Person Capacity
  • Family Aquatic Center
  • 17 Covered Picnic Tables
  • Two Playgrounds
  • Basketball Court

Park History

Memorial Park was originally called Binder Park, which is still the name of the street on the west side of the grounds. In 1946, the park was renamed to honor those who had served in World War II.

Memorial Park Family Aquatic Center

Cool off at Memorial Park Family Aquatic Center! Equipped with five slides, a climbing wall, and plenty of play structures, this pool is an extremely popular spot to cool off come summer.

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Play All Day

Play is in full swing at Memorial Park! With two tree-house themed playgrounds, a basketball court, and plenty of room to run, you’re bound to have a fun-fueled day.

And when it’s time for a break, gather around one of 17 covered picnic tables for a nice lunch in the shade.

Multi-Use Fitness Loop

When exercise sounds better under an oak tree canopy, Memorial is the place to be. Our 1.1 mile fitness loop is shaded by the park’s many trees, making it the perfect place to sweat it out without baking in the sun!

Bonus: Fall brings an impressive display of brightly-colored leaves, instantly upgrading your run or walk.

Party at The Pavilion

Memorial is home to one of this city’s most popular pavilions. It’s 450-person capacity, two large barbecue grills, spacious kitchen facility for food preparation or serving, and parking for 225 vehicles makes it the perfect location for your next event!

Looking to book the pavilion?