Nestled in the Deep South, Crest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, also known as Crest Lawn Cemetery by Fulton County residents, lies just northwest of Atlanta, Georgia. Since the early 20th century, cemetery staff at Crest Lawn has been meeting the needs of Atlanta residents, offering multidenominational options, services and customs.
Spread over 145 acres of gorgeous landscaping that offers lush green vistas for visitors to the cemetery, Crest Lawn provides one of the most tranquil locations in Fulton County, though it's only minutes from the hustle and bustle of Georgia's capital in Atlanta. Crest Lawn offers aboveground and in-ground memorials, headstones and a mausoleum that offers a comforting sense of seclusion and privacy though the skyline of Atlanta can be seen from the grounds.
The grounds of Crest Lawn are steeped in history, tradition and culture, and mark a distinctive footprint of the South's history, especially Civil War and antebellum history that wafts from the ancient trees, quiet vistas and memorials and historical markers that dot the cemetery grounds. Rolling, tree covered hills, and well-designed arrangements of shrubs and floral designs offer visitors and loved ones a sense of Old Southern charm that blends with modern amenities.
Grace, compassion and courtesy are the foundation of services offered at Crest Lawn, traditions that have stood the staff at Crest Lawn Memorial Park in good stead since 1916. As in decades past, staff at Crest Lawn have served generations of Atlanta and Fulton County residents and will continue to do so well into the future.
Located just west of Interstate 75, Crest Lawn cemetery may be accessed from Moores Mill Road NW to the north or Collier Road NW, with a turnoff on Marietta Boulevard NW just south of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Visitors and grieving loved ones may be assured that the grounds, as well as the staff at Crest Lawn, will provide a sense of peace and comfort that blends nostalgia, Southern hospitality and compassion.