The Sonora Veterans Park was built by members of the community. It includes a sign board honoring area veterans who are alive and another bearing the names who those who have passed on. A rock wall, flags of the five military branches, the U.S. flag and crosses of veterans who have died line the sidewalks leading to and from the gazebo.
The stone monoliths honoring veterans stands near the entrance of the American Legion Park in Elizabethtown. A ceremony honoring veterans who have died in the past year is held each Memorial Day at the park.
A plaque honoring Elizabethtown native C.S. Spalding, a WWII veteran, who helped design a remote control light armored vehicle for the Army while working at Fort Knox. The plaque and vehicle sit next to the entry gates at American Legion Park in Elizabethtown.