American Memorial Park is the perfect venue to enjoy the bio-diversity of Saipan. The 133 acres of the park include beaches, mangrove forests and saltwater swamps, reed marshes, ironwood groves, as well as open public spaces.
Did You Know?
On D-Day, June 15, 1944, the Island of Saipan was attacked by the United States' 2nd and 4th Marine Divisions, who landed along the western lagoon of Saipan. Two days later, the U.S. Army 27th Infantry Division landed in support of the invasion and fought along the eastern half of Saipan.