An American flag, 30 X 60 feet, waving 150 feet in the air, beckons travelers to visit the revered grounds of Siouxland Freedom Park in South Sioux City, Nebraska. This fifty-five-acre patriotic site currently consists of its landmark flag, Brigadier General Bud & Doris Day Interpretive Center, an exact ½ scale replica of the National Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., the Douangdara Dog Park, a Freedom Rock, benches and paved trails.
Visitors can tour the outdoor exhibits or sit and contemplate anytime of the day or year. This park acknowledges and honors all branches of the United States military, focusing on the Veterans living in the tri-state area: northeast Nebraska, southeastern South Dakota and northwestern Iowa.
By Marci Broyhill
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