Highland Park Cemetery, beautifully landscaped and cared for, offers the history of tradition, securely nestled in the flatlands of Allen County, Indiana, and has served the residents of
Fort Wayne and surrounding inhabitants for years. Over 125 acres of sprawling lawns, curving pathways, and a multitude of services have met the needs of loved ones in
Fort Wayne, and continue to do so well into the 21st century.
Located within minutes of north and southbound Interstate 69 as well as Interstate 469 coming from the east, Highland Park Cemetery is accessible off East Wallen Road and is only moments away from several parks and wilderness pathways among the sprawling suburbs north of downtown
Allen County is one of the oldest in the states, established in 1823 and named after Colonel John Allen, who brought much relief and saved many lives at Fort Wayne during the war of 1812. Close enough to enjoy amenities and comforts of downtown
Fort Wayne, Highland Park Cemetery offers a wide range of services and options for all denominations and budgets. Staff members at Highland Park Cemetery are on hand to answer questions and provide security and comfort to all who visit the grounds.
Older and newer sections of the cemetery contain in-ground headstone markers as well as aboveground tombstones, monuments, and inscriptions that bring the history of
Fort Wayne alive in the minds of visitors. Spring, summer, fall or winter, Highland Park Cemetery offers the best bet rural Indiana has to offer in terms of flora, fauna and wildlife, many which make their way onto the grounds year round, much to the delight of visitors.