|Veteran Falls is a memorial to America's brave men and women who have given their lives fighting
the war on terrorism. At 290' in length, it is the largest waterfall memorial in the country. Located in
Granbury, Texas, the waterfall is constructed of native stone from the surrounding acreage. Once
completed, Veteran Falls will be the cornerstone of Veteran Falls Memorial Park, a 5-acre public
park and is destined to become Texas' newest landmark.
The developer of the property donated the land, the stones and provided start up capital, with the
requirement being that the waterfall be at least 100' long. Waterfall artist, Robert Stapleton looked at
this as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build something truly spectacular to honor America's
troops and it's veterans. Robert made the decision to make it really big, 290' long and 70' wide,
accepting the responsibility to raise the remainder of the funds to complete the project.
Robert Stapleton has been holding seminars, speaking to civic groups and attending events where he
can promote Veteran Falls in an effort to raise the necessary funds to complete this memorial. We
are happy to report that we have raised the funds needed to complete Veteran Falls.
|The image on the left shows the project under construction, pretty much as it looks today.
The image on the right is an artist's rendering of the completed project.
CLICK HERE for a pictorial history of the construction of Veteran Falls.
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