El Camino Memorial Park is a welcoming haven tucked away in the heart of the bustling metropolis of San Diego, California. Known for its stunning architecture and meticulously landscaped grounds, this park is maintained by El Camino Memorial, a full-service funeral provider which includes six mortuaries, a crematory and the cemetery at El Camino. The lovely Spanish-inspired Sorrento Valley Chapel offers guests a peaceful setting for quiet reflection and memorial services.
The nearby city of San Diego is rich in history and charm, and is famous for temperate weather, plentiful green spaces, golf courses, museums and a beautiful harbor. The Pacific Ocean, only miles from El Camino Memorial Park, provides pristine beaches and the perfect setting to watch spectacular sunsets. The annual Lemon Festival celebrates the town's storied agricultural past and its status as the Lemon Capital of the World. San Diego's historic significance can also be found within the grounds of El Camino Memorial, which serves as the final resting place of such important figures as Jonas Salk, medical pioneer, and Ray Kroc, the man who brought the world McDonald's fast food restaurants.
Located near Interstate 805, El Camino Memorial Park features lush green lawns and memorial features, including the majestic Mausoleum of the Bells that looks down upon the property from atop a hill. Many options are available to personalize funeral arrangements, such as a unique Harley Davidson coach that can serve as the vehicle for the final journey of the deceased. El Camino Memorial Park prides itself on its caring, customer-oriented services that will make a difficult time a little easier - and loved ones can feel confident in the future maintenance of the cemetery through an Endowment Care Fund.