Rocky Mountain Memorial Park Denver was founded in 2001 and is located at 11148 E. Dartmouth. The Memorial Gardens at Rocky Mountain Memorial Park began with the idea of creating a cremation cemetery that was designed using Colorado native plants and flowers reminiscent of the Rocky Mountains. The idea became a reality in 2004 and the beautiful Memorial Gardens now include waterfalls, fountains, plants, grasses, a koi pond, and the largest collection anywhere of the state flower, Columbine. The Gardens were constructed using materials designed to endure and withstand the pressures of time and nature. An endowment fund, that exceeds Colorado’s memorial requirements, has been established that ensure the gardens will continue to be beautifully maintained.
The is a lush, peaceful oasis in the midst of a busy city. The park has been designated an Official Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. These Gardens are not-for-profit cemetery that offers families several choices for memorizing of their loved ones. With over one-half of Coloradoans choosing cremation, families can select conventional lawn memorials with bronze, Colorado Sandstone, or granite plaques. You will avail family plots and other memorials that are sheltered between waterfalls, near ponds, or snuggled in flowers. Families that are separated by distance from the remains of a loved have cenotaph -In Memory- memorizing options. The options of memorizing value include:
Scattering garden Individual memorials A granite memorial wall Companion and individual niches Garden Chapel
The landscape of Rocky Mountain Memorial gardens Denver has been exclusively designed to help people move from a busy city atmosphere to more pastoral and naturalistic areas. The park begins with an Entry Garden that includes trees, shrubs, and flowers that are very garden-like, familiar, and comforting. Trees shade the route and hedges build outdoor rooms along the path. Grasses provide background for flowers that bloom at different times throughout the summer and continue to be attractively colored throughout the year. The centrally located Garden Chapel at Memorial Falls and the Memorial Sculpture Court are surrounded by plantings that are exclusively native to the foothills and mountains of Colorado.
The transition offers people an area of contemplative space where they can quietly reflect while listening to the sounds of running water. The trees, shrubs, and wildflowers create intimate outdoor spaces or rooms for the positioning of ashes or memorials. The Memorial park Denver is a dedicated, beautiful, and serene location to visit and connect with the memories of the person that you loved. Having a consistent place of healing to visit can be an essential part of the healing process. The beauty of the cremation gardens honor the relationships that people have had, and will continue to have, with the deceased person. It is a place of serenity to rest, reflect, and pay respects.