Mission Memorial Park is located on the Monterey Peninsula in central California, offering a variety of services, memorials and bilingual staff to help in the planning of traditional burials as well as cremation services. Staff at Mission Memorial Park are dedicated to offering compassionate and helpful service to grieving loved ones, and meeting the needs of multicultural and multi-denominational community residents.
As a member of the Dignity Memorial network, Mission Memorial Park provides cemetery, funeral and cremation options for families in and around Seaside, located between Carmel-by-the-Sea, Pebble Beach and Marina, along the shores of Monterey Bay. The gorgeous property, stately oaks, beautiful blue skies and ever present breeze off the bay provide Mission Memorial Park with nearly year-round sunshine. Dotted with statues and vistas of Old California, the property offers acres upon acres of rolling lawns, floral arrangements, sculptures and water features that combines a blend of Old and New California.
The chapel, columbarium, mausoleum and property offer visitors and loved ones simple yet elegant structures that convey peace, comfort and security. The gently rolling hillsides of the property offer well manicured and accessible pathways to every corner of the grounds, with stunning views of Monterey Bay in the near distance. A Wall Of Honor remembers the sacrifices of veterans from all military branches, and the chapel welcomes all.
Located in Monterey County, Mission Memorial Park may be reached from Pacific Coast Highway One, also known as the Cabrillo Highway, just inland of Monterey Beach. Located a short distance southwest of Fort Ord, the property is accessed from Old Grove Avenue. A circular drive within the property offers easy transportation to all sections of the cemetery grounds along North Garden Avenue, South Garden Avenue, and Memorial Circle.
Within easy driving distance of the Laguna Seca Recreation Area, pristine beaches and Toro County Park, Mission Memorial Park has served the needs of Monterey, San Jose and other central California residents for years and continues to do so in the 21st century.