The safety of our visitors is very important to the management and staff of American Memorial Park. Here are a few safety tips for your visit to our historical sites and memorial:
Be prepared for exercise. Visiting the memorial involves a bit of walking. Obtain a map of the sites and plan appropriately.
Dress Appropriately for the Season
There are good walking distances between some of the monuments. For the warmer months, wear light airy clothing and wide brim hats for protection from the sun. In wetter months, you may want to bring along protective clothing. Check the weather the day of your visit.
As you take in the history around you, don't forget to drink water or other re-hydrating liquids. You can dehydrate in any season.
You should wear comfortable soles with treads to prevent slipping.
Slips, Trips and Falls
Some of the monument stones can be slippery when wet, stay on the pathways to the monument and waysides and step carefully.
It's a tropical area, we have wildlife. They can be fun to observe. However, for your safety: Do not feed any wildlife in the park!
Saipan, Northern Marianas Islands is a remote Island in relatively calm and peaceful community. Stay aware of your surroundings, stick with your buddy or group, and designate a rendezvous point in case you get separated. Be sure to have cell phones available.
Tell a park ranger and call the U.S. Park Police. If a lost child is found by park rangers, they will contact the park police.
Contact the site park ranger for assistance. They can provide guidance for many situations on the Mall including emergencies.
If an emergency arises, stay calm and contact the U.S. Park Police. Call 911 immediately.