Forsyth Park is a vast urban park founded in 1840 in Savannah, in the US state of Georgia. The fountain built in 1858 is a landmark there. It is surrounded by Spanish oaks covered with moss, and every St. Patrick's Day water in the fountain is colored green. Near the fountain numerous photo sessions are organized, as well as cultural events. In the park, there are also an amphitheater, a cafe, tennis courts and playing fields, a playground and a fragrant garden intended for the blind. The name Forsyth Park refers to the person of the 19th-century governor John Forsyth.