The Middleborough Veterans Memorial Park offers a unique collection of remembrances and dedications to those who served. The park was designed as a 50 foot circle, and in its center stands a 40 foot flagpole on an elevated piece of granite. The flag is supported by bricks, engraved with the names of both veterans and non-veterans. The physical support that these name-engraved bricks give the flag symbolizes of the support that each person gave either to their country or to an individual’s life. Surrounding the brick-paved circle is a granite wall designed to look like a compass rose. A concrete walkway surrounds the compass wall, passing by dedicated monuments and benches.
The park features an All War Memorial, which has existed for decades, dedicated to those who gave their lives in the armed conflicts with which our country has been involved. Another focal point is a blue spruce tree that was planted and dedicated to the memory of a man named Wayne Caron who lost his life in Vietnam and was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. A second blue spruce tree was planted and dedicated to the memory of Patrick Regan, who served in World War I and was also awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.