Veteran's Memorial Park

A beautiful space for exploration and reflection dedicated to Cedar City's veterans in downtown. 

Established in 2006 to honor Cedar City’s veterans, this park features large-scale memorials, statues, and walking trails. Built in honor of Cedar City's veterans memorials to the veterans of Afghanistan, Iraqi Freedom, Korean, Vietnam, and World Wars I & II are included. It's prominent location in the heart of Cedar City speaks to the public pride and patriotism residents feel towards the local military service members who have served our country. The park serves as an educational resource for future generations and stands as a reminder of the high costs of freedom. 

Location & Information

The Veteran’s Memorial Park is located at the corner of 200 North and 200 East.

Overhead View of Veteran's Memorial Park

Nearby Walking Trails


The park is located next to the Canyon Trail, which is a scenic walking trail that goes up the canyon about 3 miles. The trail is perfect for bikes and strollers and has many benches where you can sit and enjoy the scenery. Find more information about the paved trails surrounding the Veteran's Memorial Park using the links included below. 

Following Cedar City’s Coal Creek, this gently rolling paved trail leads to a pair of bridges and waterfalls in Cedar Canyon that are surrounded by views of the area’s famous red rocks. The trailhead is located in the Ann J. Gardner Canyon Park at 151 S 400 E, Cedar…

This paved path leads from the East side of Cedar City to the West. Crossing under both Hwy 14 and Main Street, the trail follows Coal Creek from the Ann J. Gardner Canyon Park to Bicentennial Park. Along the way you’ll pass the Veterans Memorial park, the Cedar City…

This paved path leads from the center of Cedar City to the south end of town. Located at the base of Cedar Mountain, the trail leads through the foothills and then through sleepy neighborhoods to Old Hwy 91. The trail also passes the bottom end of the C-Trail. Be aware that the…