Living Memorial Sculpture Garden

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Living Memorial Sculpture Garden

The Living Memorial Sculpture Garden is an exceptional 136-acre art installation and war memorial along Highway 97 on the Goosenest Ranger District of the Klamath National Forest.  Created in 1988 by a dedicated group of veterans, the site is now maintained under an agreement with the USDA Forest Service. 

The site includes the Hot LZ Memorial Wall, The Labyrinth, and ten sculptures by artist Dennis Smith.

The Living Memorial Sculpture Garden is located on the west side of Highway 97, 0.9 mile north of the intersection with the A-12 Road, 13 miles north of weed, and 27 miles south of Macdoel.  Please note there is no water, no restroom, and no garbage service.  The Grass Lake Rest Area is located 8.6 miles north on Highway 97.

For more information, please visit the Living Memorial Sculpture Garden web site at www.weedlmsg.org.

 

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Closest Towns: Weed, CA
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