Eternal Valley Memorial Park, located in sunny San Fernando Valley in Southern California, is a familiar sight to many Los Angeles residents, and has been since the early 1900s. One of the most well known cemeteries in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, Eternal Valley Memorial Park has been providing comforting and caring services for bereaved loved ones for generations.
With a wide range of services, memorials and options, residents of this area have known they can count on Eternal Valley Memorial Park for their needs, regardless of denomination. Located along the gently rolling hillsides south of Santa Clarita in the city of Newhall, Los Angeles County, the memorial park covers dozens of acres of manicured and well cared for lawns, trees, shrubs and flower arrangements. Graced with a small stream, waterfall and countless shade trees, Eternal Valley offers visitors and loved ones a respite against the busy backdrop of Los Angeles just north of San Fernando and Fremont Pass.
Eternal Valley Memorial Park is the final resting place of many Hollywood notables, including "Be-Bop-A-Lula" singer Gene Vincent, and country songwriter and singer Tex Williams. Eternal Valley is divided into sections with names like 'Zane Grey Garden', the 'Garden of Repose' and 'Whispering Pines', among others. Staff at Eternal Valley Memorial Park do their best to make sure families are well taken care of and that the amenities and services provided meet the needs of all cultures and religious faiths.
Located just off the Antelope Valley Freeway (State Route 14) or Northbound Interstate 5, Eternal Valley Memorial Park is only a short drive from downtown Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley communities of Sylmar and Simi Valley. Turn off on San Fernando Road and then again on Sierra Highway to find yourself in a beautiful oasis that provides a sense of soothing comfort and beauty to all who visit.