This is the only National Park in the National Park System that honors the bravery and sacrifices of all those who participated in the Pacific Theater of World War II. There are seven units within the park.
the Japanese occupation of Guam, Adelup Point was
a heavily armed site with fortifications built into
the rock cliffs. A battery of large guns was also
mounted at the point. After the recapture of the
island by the United States, Commodore W. O. Hiltabidle,
CEC USN, 5th Naval Construction Brigade, set up his
command post here.
With Marine Drive at its entrance
and a jagged cliff line to its rear, Adelup park has
developed into one of the island's busiest central
parks. Not only is it a favored recreational site,
the park also functions as the surrounding grounds
for Guam's seat of Government.
NPS - Interactive Park Map