630 Fort Henry Drive Phase one of the Veterans Memorial, located in J. Fred Johnson Park at the intersection of Fort Henry Drive and North Eastman Road, was dedicated on November 11, 2008.
Phase two was dedicated November 11, 2015.
The Memorial features include:
2100 inscribed pavers with the names of fallen soldiers who gave their lives in service to our country from World War I through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Battleships, veterans and military achievements are also honored on the pavers. Six 7-foot tall black granite monoliths that bear maps of the theaters of operation where soldiers served. All veterans who gave their lives in conflict are honored on these. A section of the Memorial that pays tribute to each branch of the Armed Services. A sentinel standing guard in the center of a Memorial plaza An engraved-in relief walkway that identifies engagements in various wars Ornamental landscaping Resting benches Decorative lighting A granite/bronze tribute to the Kingsport Garden Club for the Dogwoods planted in memoriam of the veterans Over 450 tons pounds of red granite from India A lighted flag pole with American and POW flags Sponsorship plaques recognizing all the donors and contributors
630 Memorial Boulevard, Kingsport, TN 37660
Hours Open dawn to dark, except when scheduled for events. For more information contact 423-229-9457.
Reservation For reservations contact 423-229-9457.