Jack Jamesen Memorial Park | Visit Sedona

Jack Jamesen Memorial Park

Jack Jamesen Memorial Sculpture Park is just over a third of an acre and features sculptures from Sedona's renowned artists.

One of Sedona’s first pocket parks, Jack Jamesen Memorial Sculpture Park is a walking art tour honoring Sedona's renowned artists: Joe Beeler, Leslie B. Demille, John M. Soderberg, Ph.D, James N. Muir, Lena Toritch, Susan Kliewer, Skip Fox and Christine DeSpain Schroeder. 

Jack Jamesen, had been an original founder and a big supporter of the Sedona 30 organization and a contributor to many additional service organizations in the Verde Valley. The park is named in his honor.

It's also home to the Sedona Military Service Park, located at 25 Northview Rd. Granite walls, benches and flags honoring all five branches of the military are visible from State Route 89A.

Jack Jamesen Memorial Sculpture Park is designed with separate featured garden areas preserving the natural beauty of Sedona's surroundings while providing a welcoming and accessible space for all. 

Tip: The park features a granite wall honoring veterans from all five branches of the military. Park benches allow for a moment of reflection.

Directions: Right on SR 89A west. Stay right for 2 mi. and take a left on Northview Rd. Park is on the right.