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Sandy Springs is known for its parks and recreational areas, especially along the Chattahoochee River, and the beautiful Arlington Memorial Park fits right in. Located on Mount Vernon Highway, the memorial park covers 122 acres of rolling hills, mature trees and 2 sparkling lakes. It is truly breathtaking.
The first burial at Arlington Memorial Park took place in 1922, and we’ve provided exceptional cemetery service to Atlanta-area families ever since. Over the years, we have evolved to meet the changing needs of the community while maintaining our small-town charm and picturesque grounds.
Flexible event space
Facility is available to host your personal events
Flexible chapel space
Our chapel can be used for hosting your religious events
- Outdoor pavilion
- Waterside views
- Cemetery spaces available
- Custom headstones and markers
Family Estates are a distinguished tribute to a family legacy. They can be customized with stained glass, benches and landscaping
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
Religious & Cultural
- Catholic cemetery section
- Jewish cemetery section
- Cremation cemetery options
- Cremation niches
- Cremation gardens
Other Languages Spoken
We want you to feel confident planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one. Here are some of the unique benefits we offer to help relieve your family of emotional and financial burdens.
National plan transferability
Personal Planning Guide
Free online obituary
Experts in honoring veterans
Away from home protection
Celebration of life
Compassion help line
100% Dignity Service Guarantee
Plenty of burial options
How will your family’s legacy be memorialized? With a granite upright monument? A private family estate? Placement in a cremation niche? There are many ways to inter a loved one, and at Arlington Memorial, we offer a wide variety of burial options, including crypts, lawn crypts, private family estates, private mausoleums (both private options can hold 2-8 family members) and ground burial gardens.
For those who choose cremation, we have a lush wilderness garden exclusively for the placement of cremated remains. A winding brick walkway and babbling fountain encourages contemplation and reflection as you visit a loved one’s niche, memorial bench or columbarium.
We also have indoor and outdoor mausoleum complexes for those who wish to be buried or inurned above ground. Both mausoleums offer spaces for committal services. The indoor mausoleum has a modern chapel with a wood beam cathedral ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows, while the outdoor mausoleum complex has a lovely and spacious pavilion landscaped with cypress trees and shrubbery.
We celebrate diversity
Sandy Springs is a tight-knit and diverse community. We say hello to each other at the store and help our neighbors when they need us. At Arlington Memorial Park, we welcome families of all faiths, backgrounds and cultures. We are a non-denominational cemetery and anyone can be buried here.
Our team is familiar with burial customs for many religions and cultures, including Catholic, Chinese, Vietnamese and Jewish. Certain sections of the cemetery are designated to those of Catholic and Jewish faiths. We also are well-versed in providing proper and dignified burials for veterans.
No matter your background, culture or religion, we are committed to honoring your traditions and needs.
Coordination with local funeral homes
We have a close relationship with H.M. Patterson and Son Arlington Chapel and Sandy Springs Chapel. Both of these funeral homes are just down the road from Arlington Memorial Park and can help you make funeral arrangements for your loved one. Of course, we are happy to coordinate with the funeral home of your choice. We want to make the transition from funeral home to cemetery as seamless and easy as possible.
Our promise to you
For nearly a century, we’ve served the Sandy Springs community with respect, dignity and integrity. As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers, we’ll be able to serve you for many more years to come with those same core values.
We invite you to Arlington Memorial Park to tour our spectacular grounds and see the sheer beauty for yourself. Give us a call for any reason. We’ll be there for you.
We care about the Atlanta community
At Arlington Memorial Park, we are more than just a cemetery, we are a member of the Greater Atlanta community. As your neighbor, we know how important it is to give back. We regularly host services on Easter and All Souls' Day, and each year we have a special service in the infant and baby section of the cemetery. We also place flags on the graves of veterans every Memorial Day. All are invited to attend our events.
Burial services for veterans
We believe that every veteran deserves a proper military burial, no matter their financial situation. As a participant in the Dignity Memorial Homeless Veterans Burial Program, we provide free burial services to homeless and indigent veterans. The program is a cooperative effort with Dignity Memorial funeral and cemetery providers, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, local medical examiners, coroners, veterans advocates and veterans organizations.
"We prearranged the burial with cemetary and everything went smoothly; at times funeral home seemed to want to do more than arranged with cemetary staff."
"Were very pleased with the level of services provided. All our needs and requests were met staff members were sensitive, compassion, and very respectfull from the funeral pre-arrangements to the cere)..."See More
"Outstanding - professional, sincere. Thorough in her need to convey the point. Compassionate."
"Everyone was helpful and kind"
"Directions in and around cemetery should be clearly marked. I cannot locate site with our assistance. Guests at our service said exit directions did not exist."