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Park visit. Nice place to sit and have lunch or just enjoy a coffee.

Statue of the City of Williams founder and some history of the town. The City also has a small... read more

Reviewed June 9, 2018
Mike B
Cool litle park

Looking for someplace to walk the dog and happened upon this park. Lots of history...well kept a... read more

Reviewed June 2, 2018
Sierra Vista, Arizona
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Dedicated to William Sherley Williams for whom the town also is named
Just west of Sixth St, Williams, AZ 86046
+1 928-635-4451
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Reviewed June 9, 2018

Statue of the City of Williams founder and some history of the town. The City also has a small piece of the USS Arizona on display. I have been to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbour and being retired Navy found this item special.

Thank Mike B
Reviewed June 2, 2018

Looking for someplace to walk the dog and happened upon this park. Lots of history...well kept a nice spot to sit and watch Williams go by.

Thank AZRebel
Reviewed April 19, 2018

Bill Williams was killed by Indians. There is a monument to the SS Arizona that was sunk in Pearl Harbor. Very well done.

Thank lvinesett
Reviewed November 5, 2017

Bill Williams story is very interesting and his monument set in this small park is not in a prominent position. It needs more recognition than to set at the edge of town between two large roads.

1  Thank Richard S
Reviewed September 28, 2017

Interesting to visit this little island in the road "park" which honors Bill Williams and their veterans. It's a shame it isn't at the entry of town instead of where it is so that more people could enjoy it.

1  Thank LovemyAcura
Reviewed July 27, 2017 via mobile

I'm so glad I we stopped by to see this, it's a moving to be there especially as you walk through it.

Thank Louise A
Reviewed July 21, 2017

This area is a nice spot right on the edge of town that you can easily pull off from old route 66. There are plenty of trees for shade and picnic tables to sit and enjoy a quick meal. There are a few plaques with...More

Thank VillageidiotsAZ
Reviewed June 21, 2017

I read reviews by others, so I knew to stop at this clean and pretty little park at the western end of Williams. I HIGHLY recommend taking the opportunity to do the same. The statue and info plaque about Bill Williams (the town's namesake) is...More

Thank Marian V
Reviewed May 21, 2017

This little gem sits at the end of Route 66, across from Motel 6. It is something that is an enjoyable walk.

Thank Becky S
Reviewed April 12, 2017

The park is very small, but you can picnic there. The park is beautiful and well tended. Love the memorials to history.

Thank Bob19512014
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