McDermott Park

McDermott Park is located on Bailey Street, near the intersection of Bailey Street and Parker Street, directly behind the South Branch Library. McDermott Park is dedicated to the memory of John A. McDermott, Company B., 88th Infantry Battalion, 3rd Platoon, who was wounded in the Battle of Okinawa during World War II on June 2nd, 1945, and killed in action July 29th, 1945. McDermott Park provides an excellent playground for the little ones, with several benches for parents.

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Park Information

Name: McDermott Park
Location: Bailey Street, near the intersection of Bailey Street and Parker Street, directly behind the South Branch Library
Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Fields: No
Field types: Not Applicable
Dugouts: Not Applicable
Spectator Seating: Not Applicable
Tennis Courts: No
Basketball Court: No
Lights: Not Applicable

Playground: Yes
Surface: Sand
Jungle-Gym Yes
Slide: Yes
Swings: Yes
Monkey Bars: No
Picnic Tables: Yes
Other: Large sand box
Fence: Waist-high around park

Restrooms: No
Type: Not Applicable
Handicapped Accessible: Not Applicable

Parking: On street
Number of spaces: Not Applicable
Number of handicapped spaces: none
Paved: Not Applicable