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Long Island Cemeteries

Cemeteries are hallowed grounds where we lay our loved ones down for their final rest – a place where we can visit those who have passed, and take comfort in knowing they are at peace. When you are in the process of life-planning, choosing a burial plot is something that can seem daunting, confusing, and stressful. With so many considerations to keep in mind, such as religious preference, location, and cost, it can be a major relief to have help from trained professionals who are sensitive to your needs, and the delicacy needed to help make your final resting plans. In addition to helping you choose the right burial solutions to suit your needs, cemeteries often offer payment plan options, cremation services, and provide you with information regarding religious customs and practices. Discussing pre-planning burial options are an additional way to help alleviate the stress, pain, and financial burden faced by loved ones.

Please refer to our Funeral Homes page and Cremation Services page for more guidance and assistance on laying a loved one to rest.

Amityville Cemetery

1 Saltbox Path # A in Amityville
(631) 264-3317

Beth David Cemetery

300 Elmont Road in Elmont
(516) 328-1300

Beth Moses Cemetery

Wellwood Avenue in Farmingdale
(631) 249-2290

Brookville Cemetery Association

25 Walnut Street in Glen Head
(516) 759-1053

Cedar Grove Cemetery Association

80 Jennings Avenue in Patchogue
(631) 447-1971

Cedar Lawn Cemetery Association

Cooper Lane in East Hampton
(631) 324-1900

Cemetery of the Holy Rood

111 Old Country Road in Westbury
(516) 334-7990

Cemetery Of The Resurrection

1313 County Road 3 in Wyandanch
(516) 249-8700

Commack Cemetery

450 Townline Road in Commack
(631) 543-4600

Cutchogue Cemetery Association

30472 Main Road in Cutchogue
(631) 734-6960

East Hillside Cemetery Assoc

43 Kirkwood Drive in Glen Cove
(516) 671-9220

East Marion Cemetery

195 Cemetery Road in East Marion
(631) 477-2131

Elmont Cemetery

300 Elmont Road in Elmont
(516) 358-2587

Fishers Island Cemetery

PO Box 384 in Fishers Island
(631) 788-7099

Genola Rural Cemetery Association

140 Laurel Road in East Northport
(631) 757-5968

Good Ground Cemetery Association

4 Florence Road in Hampton Bays
(631) 728-2677

Greenfield Cemetery

650 Nassau Road in Uniondale
(516) 483-6500

Hicksville Community Mausoleum

279 W Old Country Road in Hicksville
(516) 938-0155

Holy Cross Polish Cemetery

99 Old Commack Road in Commack
(631) 543-9799

Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery

3442 Route 112 in Coram
(631) 732-3460

Huntington Rural Cemetery

555 New York Avenue in Huntington
(631) 427-1272

Locust Valley Cemetery

117 Ryefield Road in Locust Valley
516-676-5290

Long Island National Cemetery

2040 Wellwood Avenue in Wyandanch
(631) 454-4949

Maimonides Elmont Cemetery

90 Belmont Boulivard in Elmont
(516) 775-6222

Melville Cemetery Association

39 E 18th Street in Huntington Streetation
(631) 351-8201

Mount Ararat Cemetery

1170 Farmingdale Road in Farmingdale
(631) 957-2277

Mount Golda Cemetery

500 Old Country Road in Huntington Streetation
(631) 427-2577

Mount Hope Cemetery

Elmont Road in Elmont
(516) 347-0095

Mount Pleasant Cemetery

1 Old Cemetery Road in Center Moriches
(631) 878-0482

Nassau Knolls Cemetery

500 Port Washington Boulivard in Port Washington
(516) 944-8530

New Hyde Park Memorial Park

610 Albert Avenue in New Hyde Park
(516) 354-0022

New Montefiore Cemetery

1180 Wellwood Avenue in West Babylon
(631) 249-7000

North Babylon Cemetery

784 Sunrise Highway S Service Road in Bay Shore
(631) 666-2843

Oak Hill Cemetery

Hollow Road in Stony Brook
(631) 473-4393

Oakwood Cemetery

3 Moffitt Boulivard in Bay Shore
(631) 665-0638

Pinelawn Memorial Park

2030 Wellwood Avenue in Farmingdale
(631) 249-6100

Plain Lawn Cemetery

279 W Old Country Road in Hicksville
(516) 938-0155

Presbyterian Cemetery

547 Elmont Road in Elmont
(516) 354-7447

Queen Of All Saints Cemetery

115 Wheeler Road in Central Islip
(631) 234-8297

Queen Of Peace Cemetery

31 Hitchcock Ln in Old Westbury
(516) 997-0475

Rockville Cemetery

45 Merrick Road in Lynbrook
(516) 599-0411

Sacred Heart Cemetery

3494 Depot Ln in Cutchogue
(631) 734-6722

Shaarey Pardes Accabonac Grove

305 Old Streetone Highway in East Hampton
(631) 324-9858

Southampton Cemetery Association

545 N Sea Road in Southampton
(631) 283-3212

St Charles Cemetery

2015 Wellwood Avenue in Farmingdale
(631) 249-8700

St John Of God Cemetery

84 Carelton Avenue in Central Islip
(631) 234-6535

St John's Memorial Cemetery

1704 Route 25a in Syosset
(516) 692-6748

St Joseph Cemetery

39 North Carll Avenue in Babylon
(631) 669-0068

St Mary Streetar Of The Sea

Rockaway Turnpike in Lawrence
(516) 239-8296

St Patrick Cemetery

Brentwood Road & Tillie Street in Bay Shore
(631) 666-0805

St Patrick Cemetery

338 Chicken Valley Road in Oyster Bay
(516) 676-0276

St Philip Neri Cemetery

99 Laurel Road in East Northport
(631) 261-2485

Trinity Cemetery

Rainbow Ln & County Road 28 in Amityville
(718) 894-4888

United Synagogue Cemetery

Route 25 in Calverton
(631) 727-7255

Washington Memorial Park

855 Canal Road in Mt Sinai
(631) 473-0437

Wellwood Cemetery

Pinelawn in Farmingdale
(631) 947-5425

Wellwood Cemetery

Wellwood Avenue in West Babylon
(631) 249-2300

Woodland Cemetery

193 Bellport Avenue in Bellport
(631) 286-0095
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