Rolling Green Cemetery in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, has provided peace of mind to families across the greater Harrisburg area since 1929. With its well-manicured gardens, mature trees, impressive statues and wide variety of burial options, Rolling Green Cemetery is a serene and beautiful final resting place for loved ones.
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Private Mausoleums
- Water Feature
- Veterans Cemetery Section
- Custom Headstones and Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Flat Markers
- Cremation Memorials
Burial options for every family
Every well-manicured garden on our grounds was designed to meet your personal burial preference. Burial options at Rolling Green include traditional ground burial with a flat marker, private family estates and entombment in a community or private mausoleum. For families who choose cremation, we have several memorialization options available with designated areas for inurnment of cremated remains.
Choosing a final resting spot is an important and emotional decision. Our team will help you select the cemetery property that’s right for you and your family. We are committed to meeting your needs.
We honor veterans
At Rolling Green Cemetery, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Three 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.
Special cemetery sections
We welcome families of all faiths, backgrounds and cultures—anyone can use our cemetery services. To better serve our community, we have certain sections reserved for veterans and Masons.
Chapel of Peace Mausoleum
Our Chapel of Peace Mausoleum provides above-ground entombment in a peaceful, climate-controlled setting. Inside the stone building, elegant glass-front niches enhance the beauty of an urn. The beautiful niches can be personalized with photographs, flowers and mementos to provide a unique and lasting tribute. The mausoleum also has a lovely, light-filled chapel that can be used for committal services.
Trusted cemetery provider
Rolling Green Cemetery is a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, offering compassionate care and personalized service you can trust.
We invite you to make a personal visit to our beautifully landscaped cemetery grounds. Please contact us at any time if we can answer any questions you may have about our services.
Rolling Green Cemetery has a rich history of service to the families of central Pennsylvania. Founded in 1929, our cemetery in Camp Hill was one of the first in the country to be designed in the "memorial park" concept. Flush-to-the-ground memorials provide an unobstructed view of trees and landscaping and create a welcoming park-like setting.
Gardens for veterans, Masons and religions
Through the decades, Rolling Green erected features to memorialize a lifetime. In the 50s, Rolling Green completed its first garden mausoleum, dedicated and reserved a section for Masons and their families, and reserved 4 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 4 Gospels.
Decades of service
The natural beauty of Rolling Green and the caring, professional service of our staff has made our cemetery the choice of many generations of loyal, appreciative families.
"Made me feel comfortable, as easy it can be expected."
"I was amazed you had the date of my deceased husband on the plague by time of service in chapel."
"Great overall experience. Quality of personnel and facility were outstanding. Staff really cared about us and provided outstanding service & attentions"
"Everything was handled very professionally and respectfully."
"Everything was nice. No problems. Thank you very much."