The park is located just blocks from Boyne City's downtown. The park is open to the public year around. There are picnic tables throughout the park from May 15 -October 15. With the exception of farmers market, festivals and special events, dogs are permitted in the park as long as they are on a leash.

Veteran's Memorial Park is home to an expansive wood play structure, the site of the Veterans Memorial, the F. Grant Moore Municipal Marina, the Farmers Market and is the hub of activity along the lakefront. The community uses the park for little league baseball, picnicking, strolling, jogging, rollerblading and cycling, boating, fishing, and watching sunsets from its west-facing shoreline.


Festivals & Events


Special events include:

         ........AND MANY MORE ! 

Farmers Market


Farmers Market 

Community Playground


The Community Playground is open year round.  Please contact Department of Public Works Superintendent Tim Faas with any  questions at (231) 582-0375

Pavilion Use

The Pavilion at Veteran's Park is available for rental year round. New reservations are taken after the first week of January each year. There is a sliding scale non-refundable fee for renting the pavilion. This includes the use of the restrooms, picnic tables and electricity. A maintenance closet with a wash tub is also available. (Pavilion rental does not guarantee exclusive use of Veteran's Park)

For reservations, fees or to check availability call 231-582-6597. 

Veteran's Park Pavilion Reservation Request Form

A reservation fee is required for Pavilion rental.

You are responsible for general cleaning of the pavilion after your function. Trash barrels are provided throughout the park area. There are extra trash bags, broom and a hose in the maintenance room. If you move tables, please put them back where you found them.  No stapling, nailing, tacking or taping signs/banners and decorations on any part of the pavilion is allowed.  You will be charged for repairs of any damage done.

Quiet hours are from 10:30 P.M. to 7:00 A.M.

If you plan to have additional tents or items requiring staking in the park, you must make arrangements with City Hall.