North Atlanta Memorial Park and Mausoleum has long served Atlanta and surrounding community residents. Established in the early 1990s, staff at the cemetery has nearly 20 years of experience dealing with the multi-demographic and multicultural needs of Atlanta and its environs when it comes to cemetery and funeral services.
Offering a variety of traditional burial and services, staff at North Atlanta Memorial Park also offers cremation and mausoleum entombment of remains. Located in the DeKalb County, the property is also known as North Atlanta Memorial Park and Chapel Mausoleum as well as Laurelwood Gardens (before 1990).
The property is adjacent to Edison Cemetery, and offers a quiet, peaceful and serene location for the final interment of individuals as well as accessibility to grieving family members and loved ones.
The cemetery, though smaller than many modern cemeteries, offers relatively flat and manicured lawns surrounded by groves of trees and residential properties, offering a secluded and serene environment for visitors. Flush-to-ground plaques and monuments help preserve the park-like scenery of the well-kept grounds.
Sections with names such as Garden of the Old Rugged Cross offer individuals a variety of choices regarding their final resting place. Staff is compassionate and caring and offer helpful advice with an ear toward the needs of the grieving.
North Atlanta Memorial Park is located north of downtown Atlanta between Interstate 85 and State Route 19. The nearby Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area to the west and Stone Mountain to the south offers a variety of cultural landmarks and tourist locations and opportunities for visitors driving long distances into the area.