With Riverside Cemetery’s online database, finding loved ones and keeping their memories alive has never been easier. Our user-friendly site allows friends and family to search for interment information, view photographs of memorials, read original obituaries, and locate grave sites on an easy to use map.
Though Riverside Cemetery is on the National Register of Historic Places, it is a modern and active cemetery. We have many lots and spaces available in our mausoleum, columbarium, cremation garden, traditional lots, and estate lots.
The Riverside Cemetery Conservancy is reclaiming the nineteenth century notion of a garden-like cemetery serving as a public park by not only working to preserve this serene green space and cultural landmark, but also offering to our visitors a deep connection to the past and to our community through special event, educational, and service opportunities.
Take Your Place in History
Generations of families have selected Riverside Cemetery as the place of perpetual rest and memorialization for their loved ones. That legacy continues today as more and more people realize Riverside is still an active and open cemetery for funeral arrangements and future planning.
Whether looking ahead to the future, or in the event of immediate need, we are at your service to tour the grounds and share Riverside Cemetery’s burial, cremation, and memorial options with you and your loved ones. From shady cremation gardens to terraced individual burial sites, elegant family estate lots and beautiful strolls along the cemetery’s Ocmulgee Heritage Trail, we believe you’ll see why Riverside remains the area’s premier cemetery choice for personal options, prime location, and competitive pricing.
Learn about the modern threats to Riverside Cemetery and how you can help this Place in Peril.