LASR.net Homepage




Menu

Jim The Wonder Dog Memorial Park and Garden


category : Memorials
One of Marshall's most cherised citizens was the reemarkable canine "Jim The Wonder Dog". Come visit the Jim The Wonder Dog Memorial Park and Garden to learn about Jim. Memorabilia is available including the book telling Jim's remarkable story "Jim The Wonder Dog" by Clarence Dewey Mitchell.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open daily, year-round from 9 am to dusk.
Address: 105-109 N. Lafayette Street
Phone: 660-886-2260
Handicapped Accessible.

Come visit us in Marshall, Missouri

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Dennis Brothers Civil War Monument

The equestrian statue is a composite of both the Confederate and Union soldier. Austin Dennis fought for the South and Davis Dennis fought for the North. The horse represents "Turk"

Marshall, MO Monuments

Saline County Historicial Society Museum

Saline County Historical Society Museum with rotating displays of Saline County'

Marshall, MO Museums

Battle of Marshall State Historical Site

The site of the Civil War Battle of Marshall, October 13, 1863 is designated at Indian Foothills Park with a State Historical Marker. The marker is placed in the park near the Battle of Marshall Shelter House near the Eastwood Street entrance to the park.

Marshall, MO Battlesites



Things to do Memorials near Marshall, MO

Missouri Veterans and Law Enforcement Memorials

Limestone colonnade with terraced waterfall, reflecting pool and the eight monoliths of Veterans' Walk. Pavilion memorial hon...

Jim The Wonder Dog Memorial Park and Garden

One of Marshall's most cherised citizens was the reemarkable canine "Jim The Wonder Dog". Come visit the Jim The Wonder Dog M...