Welcome, "Comprende yan untungho put y National Park."

American Memorial Park honors the American and Marianas people who gave their lives during the Marianas Campaign of World War II. 5,204 names are inscribed on a memorial which was dedicated during the 50th Anniversary of the Invasion of Saipan. Within the 133-acre boundary are white beaches, sporting areas, picnic sites,  playgrounds, walkways, and a 30-acre protected wetland and mangrove forest.

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Features

2014 Ridge to Reef Summer Camp

2014 Ridge to Reef Summer Camp

Campers, mentors, and volunteers wanted NOW for the Ridge to Reef Summer Camp at American Memorial Park.

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NEW American Memorial Park Brochure

NEW American Memorial Park Brochure

Available at the Visitor Center and on our website

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Command Summary of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

Command Summary of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

U.S. Naval War College releases Nimitz Graybook for public online viewing. The diary contains over 4000 pages summarizing the Pacific War Effort.

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Marianas Fruit Dove, an endangered species

American Memorial Park, over 5000 miles away..

Discover American Memorial Park by viewing our exciting map of Natural, Cultural and Historical resources.

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Saipan, July 1944, Two Marines having a little fun.

Two Marines having a little fun.

American Memorial Park honors American servicemen who fought a war far from home. The Park's unique memorial honors the Chamorro and Carolinians, too.

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