Fort Wayne, Indiana: Johnny Appleseed's Grave

The final resting place of America's beloved agri-hobo. The grave is in a memorial park, the plot surrounded by a wrought iron fence.

Johnny Appleseed Memorial Park

Parnell Ave., Fort Wayne, IN
On the northwest side of the city. I-69 exits 311 or 312. South on either Lima or Coldwater Rds, then turn left onto Coliseum Blvd/Hwy 930, then turn right onto Parnell Ave behind the Coliseum. Drive south on Parnell, and just past the Coliseum turn left into the small driveway below the power lines and across the street from Spy Run Ave. Extension. The grave is at the end of the driveway, at the top of the hill, framed by hedges.
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Apples at Appleseed grave.

Johnny Appleseed's Grave

The GPS will take you to a private golf club on the other side of the hill from the Coliseum parking lot. Start up the wood-chip path toward the apple trees on the right. The grave is at the top of the little hill. It's covered with little green apples from the surrounding trees.

[Kitsa, 07/15/2017]

Interpretive sign.

Johnny Appleseed's Grave

Take the trail to the south. See sign on Parnell Street. Park up on hill to the east of the grave site (picnic area).

[Buck Rogers, 05/24/2017]

Johnny Appleseed Grave.

Johnny Appleseed Grave

The Johnny Appleseed Grave is on a side road past the baseball park.

[Chandra Riccio, 07/20/2016]

Appleseed grave.

Johnny Appleseed Grave

If you end up in the park south of the coliseum, cut thru the brush under the power lines just north of the gazebo. It's on the hill.

[Don Eby, 11/26/2015]

Little grave apples.

Johnny Appleseed Grave

"The Lord is Good to me, and so I thank the Lord. For giving me the things I need - the sun and rain and the apple seed - yes he is good to me."

Stopped by one of our favorite United States legends today: Johhny Appleseed's grave. It was planted with sweet apple trees surrounding it -- very sweet.

We entered at the stadium and could see the monument from the road. It was a quick two minute walk up the hill to the grave.

[Julie Jobinger, 07/15/2015]

Little grave apples...mmmmm....

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