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Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Angel Fire

Categories: Monuments, History Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park Friends Group is a grassroots organization whose sole purpose is the support of Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park. It consists of private citizens from all over New Mexico and was formed in 2012 when the state’s budget forced the reduction of budget and staff. There are no paid employees; all members are volunteers. Every dollar raised by the Friends Group through regular donations or through fundraising events is used directly for the park.
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  • Good location easy to find. Several activities from the community including several car shows that are held there. 
  • A must see if in Angel Fire. This memorial is well done and situated on a hill which overlooks Angel Fire. The leaves were turning which added to the beauty. Be sure to check out the chapel and read t...  read more »
  • An absolutely beautiful tribute to the individuals who have and are preserving our freedoms. This memorial is among the best. 
  • visited in January when snow was on the ground. it was quiet but it was very beautiful and scenic.
  • Wonderful tribute in majestic scenery.
  • One of the best Vietnam War Museums I've ever been to. Very educational and well done.
  • I was a camp host volunteer here for about six weeks. The volunteer position however is anything but a camp host, more like a camp laborer. The scenic value of the park is fantastic, however the management of this park is pathetic. Kate German, current manager, does nothing but complain about her job, in spite of the fact she sits eating at her desk and playing computer games for six hours a day. If, you see her you'll understand why this grossly obese individual is poured into a state parks uniform! There is no strong work ethic with this manager. As a combat Vietnam Veteran who came to work with my brothers and guests who visited, it's a shame that the Parks system allows this individual to represent them and provide a rude and unprofessional attitude to guests and veterans. Dr. Westphalls dream is not being honored. So, BEWARE, Volunteers and Veterans!
  • Amazing museum and tribute to all our service men and women.
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