Burial Options

Traditional Burial

At Riverside Cemetery, there are many options for selecting a final resting place. Traditional burial refers to an in-ground interment on a lot with the freedom to customize the size or style marker for each individual’s or family’s memorialization. No two traditional spaces are alike in Riverside Cemetery and there is a distinct sense of individuality and thoughtfulness as one meanders through the grounds. Many people are pleasantly surprised when they research different burial options and realize that a single space and an individualized, upright marker can be purchased for nearly the same cost as a bronze marker placed flush with the ground in a memorial park setting.

Traditional Burial

  • In-ground interment on well-landscaped lots
  • Ability to customize the size or style marker for each individual
  • Plots available in the Daffodil section

Daffodil Traditional Plots

Riverside’s Daffodil section contains available spaces for traditional burial in a verdant, open field dotted with old oak trees and outlined by lush foliage. Guests making their way through Daffodil often remark on its peaceful, hushed atmosphere created by the secluded environment of its valley-like characteristics. While Daffodil includes spaces for single or multiple grave lots, there are also above ground personal mausoleums built on individual spaces, adding to its uniqueness.

Pre-Plan Today

Whether you are considering traditional burial for a loved one or pre-planning for yourself, Riverside Cemetery has a large number of spaces available. There are many advantages to pre-planning your arrangements including alleviating the stress of decision-making during a difficult time for your loved ones. Families often remark that this is the greatest gift a parent has left them. One of the first steps to pre-planning at Riverside Cemetery is scheduling a personal tour with the cemetery’s President or Maintenance Superintendent. Having devoted their professional careers to Riverside for more than 60 combined years, they will guide you through the cemetery, offer helpful advice, shepherd the pre-planning process, and answer any questions.