Locations in Georgia
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Cemeteries in Georgia
There's something laid-back and peaceful in the Deep South, which is why Georgia is a popular state for burials. The people here share a similarity with the nickname the Peach State in their soft, sweet demeanor and their ability to make you want to come back for more. Browse our list of cemeteries in Georgia below.
Choosing a Georgia cemetery
Regardless of whether you're considering cemeteries in the North or South of Georgia, you'll be swayed by the same factors as most people who choose a GA cemetery: location, sentimental value, and amenities.
Rome, Georgia is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Its' scenic views and crisp mountain air make it a popular resting place. Three majestic crosses create an inspirational focal point at both Oaknoll Memorial Gardens and Floyd Memory Gardens. The Coosa River, which was once believed to be the gateway to the south and to this day is Alabama's most developed river, runs directly behind Sunset Hill Memory Garden in Rome.
LaGrange's proximity to West Point Lake makes it popular with bass fishermen and water sports enthusiasts. It is also ideal for those who want a rural setting, such as Restlawn Memory Gardens. Carrollton, which is about 45 miles west of Atlanta, features a lake on the grounds of Carrol Memory Gardens.