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Ohana Celebration Park is a new park with a vast history. It was once known as Lester Flatt memorial for over 20 years. As of 2021, The Mize family took it over and started pouring their hearts into reviving the park. Our Ohana wants to give this community a place to go to enjoy for a short or long stay. Our motto will forever be - come as a guest, leave as Ohana! 

Our goal is to keep the history here and build on to that legacy to bring you and your Ohana a place that is still beautiful and filled with peace and love. We want to keep the family atmosphere for all who visit! 


The History

The park was founded by O.G. and Elizabeth Kuykendall over 40 years ago as Lester Flatt Memorial Park. This name remains as the identifier for the RV park to honor all the hard work of the Kuykendall family put in to creating the park. The park was named after Lester Flatt, who was an American bluegrass guitarist and mandolinist, best known for his collaboration with banjo picker Earl Scruggs in The Foggy Mountain Boys. The park has been known for its outdoor music events at the open-air Lester Flatt stage featuring Gospel and Bluegrass music. It has hosted many well-known performers such as Ricky Skaggs, The Judd's, George Jones, Little Jimmy Dickens and many other very talented musicians local and abroad. Elizabeth always treated their performer guests like family and invited them into her home and even fed a few of them.
The Kuykendall family poured their hearts into the park for many years.

Fast forward to 2024 and Lester Flatt Memorial Park is still here, but O.G. and Elizabeth have passed on. The park is now known as Ohana Celebration Park and has been since 2021.

The Mize family visited the park many times over the years and fell in love with the park and the family atmosphere. It's a true blessing to be able to pick up this dream and add to it. A new Ohana has been created in this process. Keeping the history of Lester Flatt Memorial Park and building onto that. Welcome to Ohana!