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War In The Pacific National Historical Park, GU

National Park Service


At War in the Pacific National Historical Park, the former battlefields, gun emplacements, trenches, and historic structures all serve as silent reminders of the bloody World War II battles that raged across the Pacific. The park is known for its historic resources, but the verdant jungles, sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and stunning coral reefs also beckon visitors and residents to enjoy Guam.

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135 Murray Boulevard
Phone: (671) 477 7278


From the mainland United States, Guam is accessible via flights from Honolulu, Hawaii, or Tokyo, Japan. Flights arrive to Guam via A.B. Wonpat International Airport. The park is spread out over seven units. Directions to the two most popular locations are listed below. For all other locations, see T. Stell Newman Visitor Center From the airport or Tumon, where most hotels are located, make your way to Route 1, Marine Corps Drive. Head south until the road ends and you arrive at the Naval Station Guam front gate. To the right, adjacent to the large 2-man Type-C Japanese midget submarine, is the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center. (11.5 mi, 18.6 km) Asan Beach Unit From the airport, take Route 10A to Marine Corps Drive (Route 1). Turn left and go approximately 6.2 miles (9.9 kilometers) to Asan. The large park unit is on the oceanside. Camping is not available at War in the Pacific National Historical Park. There are no entrance fees. helps you discover and book trips to all of America's public places.
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