Sunset Memorial Park, located in Feasterville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is a veritable landmark in the area. Covered with sprawling, well kept lawns, ancient and stately trees, and brick and stone work, the memorial park is one of the oldest in the area.
Sunset Memorial Park has been serving the burial needs of Bucks County area residents for decades and continues to offer dignified and memorable options for grieving family members, friends and loved ones. Staff at the memorial park take pride in their ability to offer a wide variety of services, choices and options to family's that cater to multi-denominational, religious and traditional backgrounds.
The landscaping of Sunset Memorial Park offers a sense of security and comfort to visitors, and since 1936 has been well cared for and maintained by groundskeepers who make sure that sprawling acres of lawns are green, flower beds and shrubbery is well designed and manicured, and that the grounds, lawn crypt gardens, and mausoleum are well kept and cared for. Stained glass in the chapel offer stunning splashes of color to visitors seeking strength and comfort within its walls and one of the newest mausoleums on the property, called Chapel of Peace, is designed of Italian marble and also offers a gently splashing fountain and quiet sitting area where loved ones can remember, meditate, and reflect.
Sunset Memorial Park serves that the final resting place of many area notables and Bucks County residents, including fashion model Gia Marie Carangi and major league baseball player John Karst.
Located northeast of downtown Philadelphia and almost due west of Trenton, Sunset Memorial Park may be accessed off of Interstate 276 (Pennsylvania Turnpike) with turnoffs on either State Route 532, also known as Bustleton Avenue on one side, or Buck Road to the other. Driving on County Line Road, visitors to the immense property cannot miss the lush green lawns an exquisite landscaping presented by the memorial park.