Rose Hill Burial Park has served the needs of Akron residents for decades. Well landscaped cemetery gardens, ponds, small lakes, gorgeous trees and lush green and rolling hills, the property offers of visitors and loved ones a serene and beautiful final resting place.
Since the 1920s, staff at Rose Hill Burial Park have met the needs of many cultures, residents and visitors visiting the park, and continued to do so well into the 21st century. The cemetery and the newer Catavolos Funeral Home offer assistance to meet a variety of needs, under the direction of Dignity Memorial, one of the largest burial and cemetery service providers in the United States.
Services at Rose Hill Burial Park include flush-to-ground as well as traditional upright monuments, depending on family desires, tradition and culture. The funeral home on the property offers a variety of services as well as compassionate support service by staff. Beautiful stained glass windows offer a sense of comfort and solitude for grieving loved ones in a peaceful environment to remember and memorialize loved ones.
Religious statues, pillars, and a combination of evergreen and beautiful red, gold, and yellow leaved trees, garden sculptures and pristinely kept grounds and pathways provide an extremely welcoming and comforting, as well as one of the most beautiful, properties in Summit County.
Located near downtown Akron, Rose Hill Burial Park offers visitors a sense of sanctuary and seclusion, with dozens upon dozens of acres, meandering and circular pads, sprawling ponds, abided by a suburban properties and Rosemont Golf Club Course and Bicentennial Park directly across the street. Floral arrangements, shrubbery, and trees provide a bounty of colors and scents for visitors, as do the wildlife that flock to the lakes and ponds on the property.
Located west of downtown Akron on Medina Road, Rose Hill Burial Park is close by the Bath Nature Preserve, Hinkley Reservation and Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Rose Hill Burial Park can be accessed from downtown Akron on Medina Road, which merges into West Market Street, as well as by taking Interstate 77 with the exit on Medina Road.