Memory Gardens Memorial Park, also known as Memory Gardens Cemetery, is located in one of the oldest counties in California. Rich in history and tradition, the Memory Gardens Memorial Park, located in Contra Costa County in northern California, was founded in tradition and has offered as a beautiful resting place for nearby Pacheco and Concord residents for decades.
Since the early 1950s, staff at Memory Gardens Memorial Park have carefully and lovingly taken care of both the property, encompassing 23 acres of softly rolling California hillsides, and grieving loved ones seeking the services of kind and compassionate employees and staff.
Nestled under the glorious blue skies of California, the immaculately groomed landscape and grounds of Memory Gardens Cemetery bespeak of the pride and dignity with which visitors and loved ones are treated. Sprawling lawns, majestic oak trees and well designed and arranged shrubbery and floral arrangements bloom and offer visual delights most of the year, thanks to California's temperate climate.
Staff at Memory Gardens Memorial Park offers a multitude of multi-denominational services to residents of the community, blending Spanish and American traditions while offering options from the customary burial to cremation services as well as final resting place locations.
Tucked into a quiet and secluded location, Memory Gardens Memorial Park offers visitors and loved ones pleasant pathways that meander through the park, with views of a touching memorial to commemorate 9/11 and a unique time capsule that contains treasured mementoes of local community residents.
Memory Gardens Memorial Park is located just west of the Concord Naval Weapons Station along California Route 4, also known as John Muir Parkway, with a turnoff on Arnold Industrial Way outside of Concord.