The park, originally known as Victoria Park, is located on the northeast corner of Christina and Wellington Streets. The park is utilized for many Canadian patriotic and war memorial events.
This site has seen many changes over the years, once a band shell and cannon were found in the park. The Carnegie Library was built in the park in 1903 but was torn down and replaced by the present day Sarnia library in 1960.
The park also features a monument for the Boer War – a drinking fountain, a monument for World War I and II, and the Korean War are erected in the park.