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Four Corners Park

Located in the heart of the City at the intersection of U.S. 12 (Chicago Street) and old U.S. 27 (Marshall Street), Four Corners Park presents a striking testimony to the City’s history. It is actually four distinct parks, each with a unique story.

Northwest Quadrant

The northwest quadrant hosts the annual Memorial Day festivities and is the site of the buried time capsule with artifacts of the City’s nearly 150 year history. Monuments to those who have served and given the ultimate sacrifice to defend our way of life grace this park.

Northeast Park

The northeast park carries a military motif with a gun and carriage from the Civil War and a separate piece from World War II. This park hosts the bands and performers for the popular “Entertainment Under the Stars” held during the summer months

Southeast Park

The stately and historic Coldwater District Library graces the southeast park with a handsome statue in honor of those who served in the Spanish-American and Philippine Wars.

Southwest Park

The southwest park includes a sandbox play area along with seating sit, relax and enjoy the downtown scenery.
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