Rolling Green Cemetery

1811 Carlisle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011 | 717-761-4055 | MAP

History of Rolling Green Cemetery
Rolling Green Cemetery has a rich history of service to the families of central Pennsylvania. Founded in 1929, it was one of the first cemeteries in the country to be designed according to the "memorial park" concept, with an unobstructed view of trees and landscaping provided through the use of flat, flush-to-the-ground grave markers instead of traditional headstones.

Through the decades, Rolling Green has erected features to illustrate its dedication to memorializing a life that has been lived. In the 1950s, Rolling Green completed its first garden mausoleum, dedicated and reserved a section for Masons and their families, and reserved three sections for veterans and their families. The dedication of the cemetery’s first religious garden, The Garden of Resurrection, took place in 1963; later religious garden additions include Christ in Gethsemane, Christ the Good Shepherd and the four Gospels.

The natural beauty of Rolling Green and the caring, professional service of our staff have made our cemetery the choice of many generations of loyal, appreciative families.

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