Located at 503 E. Lampkin Street, this park is subleased by the Starkville Main Street Association to promote and host events year-round for the Starkville community.
The park is home to the “Liberty Memorial Garden”, a memorial and planting honoring the heroic fire fighters and first responders who lost their lives during the 9/11 tragedy, as well as the hometown heroes who have served in Oktibbeha County fire and rescue. The memorial, which was created in 2003, includes an eternal flame housed inside a fire hydrant — the only one of its kind in the nation.
The park is also home to the Starkville Community Market, where locals can purchase locally made products and locally grown food in Summer and Fall on Saturday mornings. You’ll find locally grown food, fresh baked goods, live plants, and local crafts and art.
Cadence Bank Pavilion
The new pavilion at Fire Station Park provides a great place for your event – perfect for live music, speakers, and other activities. Sponsored by Cadence Bank, the Cadence Bank Pavilion is a major feature of Fire Station Park. Cadence Bank has entered a five-year naming agreement for the pavilion where more than 50 events are held each year. The Starkville Main Street Association is most appreciative of the support of Cadence Bank for the much-needed improvement to the park.
Reserve Fire Station Park
Reservations are allowed for the use of Fire Station Park. We request a two-week advance notice for all reservations. Please fill out the form below and we will be in touch shortly.