About Us

The Cremation Gardens started with a vision to create a memorial park to resemble Colorado; native plants, flowers and a lot of personality – just like those we love. The vision became a reality in 2004 with our most recent garden expansion in 2017.

The Cremation Gardens at Parker Road has been designated an Official Wildlife Habitat through the National Wildlife Federation (Certificate #58590), a mini-refuge through gardening and landscaping to provide a quality habitat for wildlife to find food, water, cover, and places to raise their young.

Ponds at Cremation Gardens at Rocky Mountain Memorial Park - About Cremation Gardens

An Oasis of Beauty & Serenity

The Cremation Gardens have been referred to as “an oasis of beauty and serenity, perfect for Coloradans who prefer cremation.” These are not-for-profit cemeteries, perpetually endowed and have been built with the best materials possible to endure the tests of time and nature.

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Lasting Memorials

Here, memorials come in all shapes, sizes and materials. They are nestled in flowers and around water. They create a lasting memorial for individuals, couples, and families.

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Cremation Gardens at Rocky Mountain Memorial Park - About Cremation Gardens

Memorial Options at Cremation Gardens at Rocky Mountain Memorial Park - About Cremation Gardens

Two Locations

With two cemetery locations, you are sure to find a spot as unique and special as your loved one. Each cemetery showcases waterfalls, a koi pond, a calming fountain, native Colorado plants and one of the largest collections of Columbine flowers.

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