At Pleasant Valley Memorial Park, we maintain a beautifully landscaped 13-acre cemetery in Annandale, Virginia, designed to help you best commemorate the lives of family and friends. We've served families from Northern Virginia and the Washington metro area since 1963.
- Cremation Memorials
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
Welcome to our Annandale cemetery
Pleasant Valley Memorial Park is a magnificent final resting place. Serene and intimate, our memorial park incorporates Virginia’s natural beauty. Mature trees share their seasonal foliage along the paths that outline each of our well-maintained gardens at Pleasant Valley Memorial Park.
As you stroll along the picturesque grounds, you'll find a wide range of burial choices. Among our lush lawns, we feature spaces dedicated to both flush markers and upright monuments. Consider establishing a family estate, which grants future generations the unique reassurance of one central gathering place to assemble in reflection.
For those who choose cremation, we offer the comforting reassurance of inurnment, burial of cremated remains and special sites for the scattering of ashes.
Compassionate and expert guidance
Rely on us to guide you through the range of burial and cremation selections available, so you may select options to best suit your personal wishes. Please contact us at any time if we may assist with burial arrangements in Annandale, or if you would simply like to tour our memorial park in person.
We honor veterans
Pleasant Valley Memorial Park understands the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level One Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, our staff is knowledgeable in the benefits available to veterans and their families. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran's memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.
Our historic cemetery in Annandale
In 1963, the family estate of long-time Fairfax County resident, George Simmons, was sold to a small firm of developers who saw the need for a family-oriented cemetery open to people of all backgrounds, traditions and faiths.
The office at Pleasant Valley Memorial Park stands on the same site as the original homestead, surrounded by 5 towering black walnut trees.
Pleasant Valley Memorial Park marks the final resting place of many local dignitaries and socially prominent Virginia names. We enjoy recognition by the Fairfax History Commission, with a plaque denoting the re-interments of 10 slaves from the county’s Guinea Road Cemetery. Today, we provide a quiet space for reflection where all families can find respite.