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West Virginia Cemeteries

Those who live in West Virginia know that it's one of the nation's most scenic states, and that beauty applies to its cemeteries as well. Read on to learn more about choosing a cemetery in historic West Virginia.

Choosing a Cemetery in West Virginia

Need help choosing from the many scenic cemeteries in West Virginia? Let this page be your guide.

Highland Hills Memorial Garden in Follansbee features rolling hills that overlook the Ohio River. The grounds of Grandview Memorial Park in Dunbar, home of multiple stone walk-in wine cellars that pre-date the Civil War, offer a view of the Kanawha River.

Valley View Memorial Park is in an area of Hurricane with history dating back to the Revolutionary War, and befitting a community concerned with honoring its veterans, the cemetery features a flag-filled garden for veterans. The Jacksonville County Memory Gardens in Cottageville also boasts a veterans' wall.

And as you’ll see on this page, there are many other wonderful locations to choose from as well. See our WV cemeteries list below to learn more.

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List of Cemeteries in West Virginia

Select a West Virginia cemetery from our list below. Then you can get details on how to plan a burial. You can also look at cemeteries outside of West Virginia.