Created in 1928, Acacia Park Cemetery has served the needs of northern New York and Buffalo residents for nearly 80 years. Located adjacent to the historic and meandering curves of the Erie Canal, the unique design and structure of the Acacia Park Cemetery provides hundreds of acres of beautifully landscaped lawns, pathways, and nature trails for visitors and loved ones to reflect on life, love and fond memories. In this historic setting that gives visitors and loved ones the impression that time has stood still amidst the lush greenery, monuments, structures, and history, loved ones find a secure and enduring sense of comfort.
Acacia Park Cemetery offers a multitude of services for the needs of residents of various faiths and cultural backgrounds. Traditional memorials, gravesites, as well as columbarium's for cremains are just some of the many services that are provided by the employees of Acacia Park, one of the oldest cemeteries in the county.
Located on the banks of the Erie Canal, Acacia Park Cemetery is easily accessible from downtown Buffalo as well as surrounding communities via Interstate 90, Interstate 290, and Interstate 990. North or westbound exits take visitors to North Tonawanda located a short distance from southeast from Niagara Falls and the Niagara Falls International Airport. Access to the cemetery is provided via Tonawanda Creek Road North.
The sprawling grounds and rich heritage surrounding this rural cemetery filled with artifacts and history provides visitors and loved ones with a sense of permanency and legacy that is enduring. The Acacia Park cemetery motto, "Because Our Memories Should Never Fade," certainly holds true with this historical cemetery that continues to serve the needs of residents into the 21st century.