Veterans Memorial Park
Connections to other parks
NEW JERSEY VETERANS Parks
Opened on May 30, 1986, then Governor Thomas H. Kean dedicated New Jersey's first state-operated veterans' cemetery as "a lasting memorial to those men and women who put their lives on the line to defend our country's honor and freedom." On January 3, 1989, the cemetery was named for the principal guiding force behind its development U.S. Army Brigadier General William C. Doyle.
Located in Atlantic City, the Korean War Veterans Memorial was created to ensure that future generations remember and honor the pride and dedication of those who served, the legacy they continued, and the freedom they preserved.
The State of New Jersey has taken the initiative to honor and remember our "Greatest Generation" of citizens by creating a memorial in Trenton across from the State House at Veterans Park.
Located in Holmdel, the Memorial honors the sacrifices made by the more than 1,500 New Jersey residents who gave their lives while serving in Southeast Asia and, at the same time, pays tribute to all who have served.
Delaware VETERANS Parks
The state of Delaware maintains two memorial cemeteries for Veterans, one in New Castle County and one in Sussex County. The New Castle County cemetery is located in Bear, and is open to visitors every day of the year from dawn to dusk.
Kent County Veterans Memorial Park
Maintained by the Vietnam Veterans of America Kent County Chapter 850, the park features memorials for the Vietnam War, Korean War, Middle East Conflicts, a Gold Star Mothers and Families memorial, a War Dog memorial, a Combat Helicopter Pilot memorial, and more.
The state of Delaware maintains two memorial cemeteries for Veterans, one in New Castle County and one in Sussex County. The Sussex County cemetery is located in Millsboro, and is open to visitors every day of the year from dawn to dusk.
Located at Brandywine Park in Wilmington, the Todd Memorial honors the 270 soldiers and sailors from Delaware that lost their lives in WWI.