FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my Park Founder membership last?

Founderships to the Flagpole of Freedom Park last a lifetime for all members included in the original Park Founder purchase.

While founderships are for a lifetime, they are not transferable. Only members included in original purchase are considered Park Founders.

Yes!  There are only a set number of Park Founder founderships available. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Yes. We want the Flagpole of Freedom Park Founderships to be accessible to everyone.   We’re happy to offer financing for up to 60 months. Simply contact us and we will help get you set up.

No problem!  We will refund your membership within 60 days of purchase for any reason. See our Refund Policy for details.

An individual Park Founder membership is for one person.

A “couple” is defined as 2 people who share a household.  

Flagpole of Freedom Park welcomes families of all kinds.  For foundership purposes, a family is defined as people living in the same household with dependent children.

Of course. Just contact us and we will help.

No problem. Simply contact us and we’ll add the new member of your family to your foundership account.

Freedom Park is located in Columbia Falls, Maine.  It’s roughly 1 hour from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, 1 1/2 hours from Bangor, and 4 hours from Portland.

Phase 1 of Freedom Park will open on July 4, 2026– the 250th anniversary of our country’s birth.

The Lifetime Leapfrog Pass allows pass holders to avoid long lines and move to the front of the queue for ticketed attractions and experiences.
Park Founder Leapfrog passes are good for a lifetime. But, don’t delay — they are offered on a first come, first served basis in a limited quantity.  Once they’re sold out, they’re sold out.

Flagpole of Freedom is a purpose-driven for-profit entity with the core goal of uniting America and fostering pride without party.

Because of the broadness, complexity and scope of the park we don’t fit the mold of a typical nonprofit that has a narrower mission. There are in fact 45,000 recognized, veteran related nonprofits. Rather than compete with those, we can better serve this nonprofit community by sharing a portion of our profits, and resources with some of those and other deserving organizations.

Entry to the park is always free to the public. No one will ever pay to come and see their loved one’s names on the Remembrance Walls or closely view the Flagpole. Visitors can also freely enjoy the 2,500 acre expanse of the park set in the Maine Forest. Once completed-Within our Halls of History there will be live productions and immersive experiences that will have optional ticketed access. Proceeds of these day-pass style tickets to the 50+ planned experiences will be the mechanism that maintains and operates the Park.

Flagpole of Freedom is not being funded by taxpayer monies or federal funds. This is a privately funded enterprise. It is our belief that a for-profit structure not only is the most effective method of building the Park, but it is precisely this structure that will allow us to maintain and grow the Park for generations to come, as well as to have a sustainable impact on the Veteran-focused nonprofit community, now and into the future.

The Flagpole of Freedom Park is not a Wreaths Across America project. It is a separate endeavor being led by Morrill Worcester and his two sons, Rob and Mike. The only connection to national nonprofit Wreaths Across America, is that we share the same founder and a similar mission of advancing patriotism in America and honoring our nation’s veterans.
The two organizations are separate entities, run by different management teams and governed independently of each other.