The Camp Blanding Museum and National Park was established in 1939 to be used by the Federal Service in the face of World War II. At present it still serves The Florida National Guard and other units coming from different parts of the world.
The Camp Blanding Museum and National Park has a museum that showcases a collection of U.S. and foreign weapons, refurbished barracks from The World War II, uniform clad mannequins, photo exhibits and other items.
The Camp Blanding Museum and National Park features the Florida Regimental Memorial. It sits next to the museum and is accentuated by a soldier?s statue and exposes the sites of the war that was serviced by the Florida Guards and a panel for the deceased soldiers.
The Memorial Park is an open exhibition surrounding a lagoon. This also serves as the picnic area. Special Borne Monument is the highway marker from St. Jean-de-Daye, a town liberated by the division. The Museum Gift Shop offers books, pins, patches, insignias and everything that concerns the past colorful life of the Camp.
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