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Cemetery Stroll: Lakewood’s Public Service Memorials

Click to download a printable version, OR access the mobile-friendly PDF

This cemetery stroll offers a way to get outdoors and learn more about local history in a beautiful environment. With over 250 acres and over 11 miles of roads, Lakewood is happy to provide a safe place to walk.

We are excited to release this Public Service Memorials Cemetery Stroll—a self-guided walk that shares the history of some of Lakewood’s wartime memorials and collective remembrance sites for those who gave their lives to public service. The stroll’s focal point will be the Soldiers Memorial, where we hold our annual Memorial Day ceremony.


You can print off this Cemetery Stroll at home and bring it with you to Lakewood, or you can follow along right on your smartphone!

Click to download a printable version, OR access the mobile-friendly PDF


As you stroll, please kindly keep a few things in mind:

  • Lakewood is an active place of remembrance where families mourn loved ones—some recently lost. For this reason, we ask that you limit your activities while here to visiting, walking, quiet reflection and exploring the beautiful scenery and art. Please be mindful and respectful of other families’ graves and private graveside services.
  • Please leave pets at home, and avoid recreational activities.
  • You may park anywhere on the cemetery roads, just be sure your vehicle won’t interfere with traffic.

Thank you, and enjoy your stroll!

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