Fairmount Memorial Association cemetery parks provide settings for remembrance taking advantage of natures natural beauty.
SEVEN SPOKANE AREA PARKS
From tree-lined groves to spectacular vistas, wide-open sun lit expanses to shady oasis of quiet reflection, each FMA park and cemetery presents multiple options for the environment, placement and location to select an ideal resting place. The image below provide a glimpse of the cemetery grounds on all seven FMA cemeteries and parks. Please view the images and click through on any to be taken to a page with more details on that cemetery, its key features, and the options for memorialization available.
GREENWOOD MEMORIAL TERRACE
Greenwood's natural beauty is enhanced by three separate terraces in an expansive, wooded setting. From its stunning vistas of downtown Spokane to quiet, shady alcoves of reflective remembrance, you are sure to experience a place of rest in nature's tranquil beauty.
FAIRMOUNT MEMORIAL PARK
Between its stunning overlook of the Spokane River and the West Plains bluffs and its many historic memorials and wide open spaces, the options at Fairmount range from the sublime and quaint, to spectacular immersion in natures' beauty.
RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL PARK
Distinctive retreats designed for reflection and honor distinguish Riverside's grounds and unique layout. Set in the trees and overlooking the beautiful Spokane River, the cemetery is an idyllic sanctuary in one of the regions most beautiful places.
SPOKANE MEMORIAL GARDENS
Nestled alongside Marshall Creek on the Cheney-Spokane Road, the gently sloping lawns and mature trees of Spokane Memorial Gardens celebrate lives well lived for generations of families in the Inland Northwest.
SOUTH PINES CEMETERY
The open skies of the Spokane Valley are evident at South Pines cemetery where the beautiful surroundings of our Northwest home can be appreciate. Cremation interment options at South Pines include both a stately columbarium as we as ground burial.
Bordered by pine trees, this intimate cemetery centrally located between Spokane and the Valley features a beautiful columbarium as its central monument.