Located on the grounds of the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Semper Fidelis Memorial Park is a great place to go for a hike. The Park features a variety of sculptures, memorials, overlooks, and other structures that appeal to the whole family. With over a mile of trails, the Park is large enough to allow plenty of social distancing between groups. The monuments within Semper Fidelis Memorial Park honor Marines of the past and present. Each monument is a place of reflection for Marines, family members, friends, and the visiting public, who can become more aware of Marine Corps history, our nation's history, and the sacrifices made to protect the freedom of our nation. The Park comes alive with strategically-placed commemorative statues of former Commandant of the Marine Corps LtGen John A. Lejeune, LtGen Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, Iron Mike, Molly Marine, and Sgt. Reckless – the internationally acclaimed Korean warhorse. The ADA-compliant pathways provide additional access to Semper Fidelis Memorial Chapel and the southern section of the Old Kings Highway, as well as Locust Shade Park.