Dwight D. Eisenhower Ash Freedom Tree | Chippewa Falls Veterans Memorial

© Photographed September 27, 2014
Erected 2002 by Chippewa VFW Post 1038 and Ladies Auxiliary
 Chippewa Falls, Chippewa County, Wisconsin
44° 56.889′ N, 91° 24.047′ W
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Dwight D. Eisenhower
Ash Freedom Tree
Planted on Armed Forces Day
May 18, 2002
by Chippewa VFW Post 1038
and Ladies Auxiliary
in Honor of all who served in
the United States Military.

The memorial is located on the grounds of Irvine Park and Zoo on westbound Irvine Park Drive, west of its intersection with Bear Den Drive and at the west end of the Irvine Park Drive Bridge, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729.

NOTE: Enter the park from Jefferson Street / Wisconsin Highway 124 and you will be on Irvine Park Drive. Follow Irvine Park Drive until you see the bridge. Cross over the bridge. The memorial is directly behind the Old Abe memorial, which will be directly in front of you (it is impossible to miss).

Irvine Park and Zoo 

PDF map of Irvine Park and Zoo

See also, In Memory of Old Abe, also at this location.

Use the "Chippewa Falls Irvine Park" label below to identify all markers located at Irvine Park and Zoo; there are many.

The memorial plaque is imbedded into the ground, at the base of the tree,
to the left of the In Memory of Old Abe marker.


The marker is located inside Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.

Gorgeous fall colors at the Bridgewater Avenue entrance to Irvine Park.

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