Cumberland Memorial Gardens provides a refuge of reflection as a cemetery in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Walk through our meticulously maintained park setting to discover the natural beauty within.
- Cremation Memorials
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright Headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
Discover an ideal final resting place
Select from a range of burial options to suit your needs, taste and style. Traditional in-ground burial, with flat markers or raised monuments, represents a classic choice. Those who choose cremation may select burial of cremated remains or scattering in select areas of our park. Memorial benches provide a permanent standing monument for the benefit of cemetery visitors.
Distinctive options to meet your needs
Family estates offer future generations the chance to assemble in remembrance in one central location. We welcome family functions such as reunions to our park setting, where everyone can enjoy our well-manicured greenery and bright flowers. Our stone mausoleum stands as an enduring memorial to those inside, with available adjacent family spaces and a beautifully polished exterior.
Call on us, day or night
After decades of service to families from Fort Bragg to Hope Mills, we remain ready to answer any questions you may have, day or night. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance with cemetery services in Fayetteville, or if you would simply like a guided tour of the artful sights within our memorial park. It is our honor to serve you.
"Our family experience was as expected. My parents bought their plots long ago. I did think over $400 was excessive just to have the date of death put on the marker"
"I am very satisfied with the service i received by dignity memorial."
"My father and mother passed away 15 months apart. It was greatly appreciated how everything was handled during both about losses."
"The manager/director - secretary - all staff - outstanding."
"My family made and pre-paid for all arrangements and services in the 1980s so not much had to be done or paid at my husbands death."