Last Command Post Park, Saipan

#8 of 17 in Parks in Northern Mariana Islands
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Get a sense of the artillery battle that raged across Saipan during World War II at Last Command Post Park, a historical site replete with tanks and weaponry used in the conflict. As you wander through the park, you'll see military vehicles and guns in various states of decay, as well as caves used as bunkers by Japanese commanders. Visit the park early in the morning to beat the crowds. To visit Last Command Post Park and other attractions in Saipan, use our Saipan trip maker website.
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  • We walked through this park and enjoyed the scenery. There are a lot of war relics about and quite a few memorials to peace and the people who lost their lives on the island.  more »
  • The Last Command Post is at the bottom of Suicide Cliff and next to the Korean and Japanese memorials. The bunker is pretty amazing and the first of it's kind that I've seen so it was especially...  more »
  • This is a cool historical site where the Japanese made their final stand in the WW2 battle of Saipan. There is a cool building sorta built in to the cliff. There are several tanks and large guns that are on display here. There are normally several vendors here with snacks and drinks. There is parking and you can walk the pathway from here to other places if you want
  • Great spot with cool bunker. Would highly recommend

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