Bailey Memorial Gardens has been a peaceful final resting place for the people of North Lauderdale, Tamarac, Margate, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs and the surrounding South Florida area since 2006. The cemetery sits on 45 beautiful Florida acres.
- Cremation Memorials
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright Headstones
- Water Feature
Burial and cremation niches
The caring cemetery team will help you to choose a memorial site for yourself or a loved one in a location of convenience, security and serenity. Having a permanent place of remembrance can provide great comfort to loved ones, and it allows a legacy to continue on for generations. Bailey Memorial Gardens offers a variety of interment options, including in-ground burial, above-ground entombment in a mausoleum and private estates near a small lake.
We serve all faiths, religions
Bailey Memorial Gardens serves families of all faiths. Part of the cemetery property is Jewish; part is nonsectarian. We understand losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience, and the cemetery team is committed to helping you with compassionate, professional and personal service.
Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or if you would like more information about our burial services.
Bailey Memorial Gardens opened as an extension of Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery in 2006. Both of the cemetery properties are located on Bailey Road in North Lauderdale. Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Chapel is a Jewish funeral and cemetery provider founded in the 1970s.
Bailey Memorial Gardens is a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.
"THE SERVICE WAS CONDUCTED BY OUR RABBI MY HUSBAND WAS LAID TO REST THE WAY HE WANTED."
"Very professional staff the funeral was handled with utmost care and professionalism"
"All done to our satisfaction"
"I have had very good experiences on all occasions, which has been at least 6 times"
"I m totally without re call as to most of the happenings the day my son was buried. Understandable! I do not remember some of the time at the cemetery; the deceased is my son!"