Locations in Indiana
Calvary Cemetery Portage
Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Osceola
Covington Memorial Gardens
Forest Lawn Memory Gardens Greenwood
Gardens of Memory
Lincoln Memory Gardens Cemetery
Park Lawn Cemetery & Mausoleum
St Joseph Valley Memorial Park
Valhalla Memory Gardens Crematorium
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Cemeteries in Indiana
From flag-lined entries to tree-lined driveways, Indiana cemeteries offer something for everyone. Muncie is the education hub of Indiana, but it also appeals to music lovers. The Garden of Memory-Muncie Cemetery features two musical towers that provide a tranquil, welcoming atmosphere.
South Bend sits on the St. Joseph River and is adjacent to the University of Notre Dame. Football fans will be interested to know that Highland Cemetery is the resting place of Notre Dame football coach Knute Rocknee and Lions player Gus Cifelli.
Whitestown is the fastest growing community in the state. It is a picturesque, safe town with a strong sense of community. Lincoln Memory Gardens Cemetery is open to the community and hosts events and memorials such as their Memorial Day service, annual Mother's Day flowers, and a Luminary service in December.
Choosing a Cemetery in Indiana
Like any other major decision, choosing an Indiana cemetery from the list below is based on priorities. You may want to defer to the wishes of your loved one. If you don't know what their preferences were, you might base your decision on location, amenities, or overall aesthetics.