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Cemeteries in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is known as America's dairy land, but it's also commended for the length of its Great Lakes coastline, second only to Michigan's. Whether you live in Wisconsin or have relatives there, you'll find plenty of burial options. Read on to learn more, and find a helpful list of cemeteries in Wisconsin.
Choosing a Cemetery in Wisconsin
It can be difficult to choose a final resting place. You want to be close to loved ones, but it needs to be appealing for those loves ones to ponder and reflect. Here are some highlights of cemeteries to help you make your choice.
If you want eternal real estate with a great view, you should consider Sunrise Memorial Gardens in Sheboygan, known as "the spirit on the lake." The chapel at has a magnificent view of Lake Michigan.
History enthusiasts may instead appreciate Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, one of the oldest in Milwaukee, itself a city rich with history from Native American tribes, the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and prohibition.
Greenland Memorial Park offers along the shores of Lake Winnebago both indoor and outdoor veterans' areas. Mormon Coulee Park in La Crosse also offers memorials for both veterans and babies. Fond du Lac, which is French for "bottom of the lake," sits at the bottom of Lake Winnebago and has a pet cemetery. And there are many more Wisconsin cemeteries from which to choose.