Built as a tribute to World War I veterans, Honor Heights Park was originally purchased by the City of Muskogee in 1909, Honor Heights Park has proved to be the "The crown jewel in Muskogee's park system." The idyllic setting of the features of this 132-acre park makes it attractive to visitors year round. There are many picnic areas, a shelter, a pavilion, a gazebo, and public restrooms. You will also find activities such as fishing in 5 lakes & ponds from the shore or our fully accessible fishing docks, playground, open play areas, three tennis courts, or sand volleyball.
Honor Heights is home to three trails: Henry Bresser Nature Trail, the Audubon Trail which is a favorite of local birders, and the half-mile Stem Beach Trail which is a habit of local runners and walkers. It is also home to the Conard Rose Garden, the C. Clay Harrell Arboretum, Art Johnson Memorial Dogwood Collection, Elbert L. Little, Jr. Native Tree Collection, Azalea gardens, floral gardens, white garden, and the Rainbow Division Memorial Amphitheater.
Honor Heights is also home to the city's largest festivals: The Azalea Festival and The Garden of Lights.
Address: North Honor Heights Dr.
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