Whatever your religious beliefs, cultural identification or other preferences, you'll find a cemetery in New Jersey that reflects them. In Woodbridge, Beth Israel is a Jewish cemetery, and Locustwood has a Jewish section. Pennsauken's Bethel Memorial Park features an Asian section, Bible section, and an Apostles section. Locustwood and CloverLeaf Memorial Park have sections dedicated to the military. Mount Lebanon has sections for the Jewish faith as well as Chinese and Muslim organizations. And much more – see our list of cemeteries in New Jersey below.
Individuals choose a final resting place based on a variety of factors, ranging from memorable vacation sites to favorite sports teams. In terms of location, New Jersey is a popular burial choice because of its proximity to New York City as well as South Jersey's proximity to the Greater Philadelphia area.
Whatever draws you to a particular area, you'll want to plan your funeral in advance to ensure that all the details will be as you wish. It's never too early to start planning. In fact, the earlier you choose your NJ cemetery and plan your funeral the better — then you can lock in lower, pre-inflation prices and get on with living your life to the fullest.
Select a New Jersey cemetery from our list below. From there, you can learn more about planning your burial in NJ. Or you can choose a cemetery outside of New Jersey.