Chattanooga Memorial Park in southeastern Tennessee has been an important part of the community for more than 125 years. We've provided professional cemetery services to generations of families in the Red Bank and Chattanooga areas of Hamilton County. With mature trees, seasonal flowers and well-kept landscaping, the 100-acre cemetery is a beautiful place to honor the memory of your loved ones—and our cemetery team provides a caring touch.
- Mountain views
- Outdoor pavilion
- Cemetery spaces available
- Custom headstones and markers
Grave markers that sit flush to the ground in the material of preference
- Upright headstones
Private or Community spaces for urns as well as caskets, that can be Indoor or outdoor
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Chattanooga Memorial Park was established in 1894 and was known at the time as White Oak Cemetery. In 1925, additional property was acquired and the name was changed to Chattanooga Memorial Park.
Prior to becoming a cemetery, Chattanooga Memorial Park was a site of Civil War action. Major General William Tecumseh Sherman of the Union Army hid with four federal divisions in the hills of the property before they launched an attack on Missionary Ridge. The Battle of Missionary Ridge was fought on November 25, 1863, as part of the Battles for Chattanooga during the Civil War.
The cemetery now
Today, the cemetery is a more peaceful place. A duck pond at the park’s entrance draws not only waterfowl but also people from the community seven days a week. They come to feed the ducks, take a lunch break or just enjoy the serenity of nature.
In addition, each year, the cemetery sponsors the oldest Easter sunrise service in the Chattanooga area, conducted by Northside Presbyterian Church. Each Christmas, we host a candlelight remembrance service to honor loved ones lost.
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We understand the death of a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience, which is why we’re committed to helping you with personal service. We offer a range of burial options to suit your needs, taste and style, including traditional in-ground burials with flat or raised monuments and burial of cremated remains. Whatever your wishes, our team is here for you every step of the way.
We're proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial ® network. When you choose Chattanooga Memorial Park, you receive both the compassionate care you expect from a locally operated establishment and the benefits you deserve from North America’s largest and most trusted network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.
Please contact us at any time if you need immediate assistance, or would like a guided tour of the park.