Located in the heart of Milford's downtown, between the police station and post office, this small area of open space is the final destination of the town's annual Memorial Day parade. A brass, equestrian statue of Gen. William F. Draper, a Civil War veteran, congressman and U.S. ambassador from the well-known Draper family, overlooks the park. There is also a World War I memorial, and lettering on the park's granite walls that honors Milford troops who served during World War II, and the Korean and Vietnam wars.
- Hours: Open daily, dawn-dusk
- Parking: On-street: free
- Are there any interesting facts about this location?: The park used to be site of the First Congregational Church, which is now across the street. The Draper family had the church moved to accommodate a statue of Gen. Draper.
- Features: Benches
- Restrictions: No pets