Located in Mercer County, Hillcrest Memorial Park is a familiar sight to Hermitage Pennsylvania residents, and has been since 1976. Sprawling over 71 gorgeous acres, the Hillcrest Memorial Park is a unique and beautiful property that reflects pride, dignity, and loyalty.
Staff at the Hillcrest Memorial Park is proud to provide exquisitely manicured and sprawling lawn and fields filled with historical memorabilia. Staff offers a wide number of services and options for grieving family members and loved ones that meet most religious and cultural needs. Hillcrest Memorial Park is also home of the Avenue of Flags, a spectacular and gorgeous expression of spirit, patriotism, and honor that offers over 400 flags in memory of brave men and women who have served to protect the freedom and traditions of the United States. The 444 flags along the Avenue of Flags symbolize the number of days America endured the Iranian hostage crisis from November of 1979 to January of 1981.
Hillcrest Memorial Park is well laid out and landscaped with beautiful shrubbery, trees and lawns that offer visitors views of monuments and beautiful stone structures, including the stone chapel, ponds and fountains. Natural wildlife as well as swans and ducks, squirrels, chipmunks and sometimes even deer are seen scampering throughout the cemetery grounds all year long, offering visitors and loved ones a calming influence and appreciation for the beautiful grounds, which offer sanctuary and comfort to both humans and wildlife.
Located in Mercer County, northeast of Akron and Youngstown, the town of Hermitage is accessible via Pennsylvania Interstates 80 or 79, as well State Routes 62, 11, and 18, with a turnoff onto State Street. Surrounded by reservoirs and within close striking distance to the Moraine State Park and nearby golf clubs and estates, the town of Hermitage and Hillcrest Memorial Park provide a welcome and open atmosphere for the nearby beautiful cemetery in the heart of Pennsylvania.