Highland Park Cemetery offers many burial options in its park-like setting, including indoor and outdoor columbarium structures for cremation urns, cremation graves, memorial wall graves and a variety of monument and marker graves. Also, in 1979, a section of Highland Park Cemetery was consecrated by the Bishop of Peterborough as an official extension of St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery in Peterborough.
Between Little Lake Cemetery and Highland Park Cemetery our groundkeepers plant and maintain over 2500 gardens and vases each growing season, adding colour and beauty to both cemetery locations.
Both Little Lake and Highland Park Cemeteries have a variety of grave and niche spaces to choose from, to suit a variety of budgets. We offer graves of different sizes, whether it's a monument, marker, cremation or memorial wall grave. Often a grave can accommodate a double-depth interment.
For those interested in cremation, but do not want a ground burial, cremation urns may be placed into granite or indoor glass-faced niches in columbarium structures. In most niches, two urns may be placed.