Escambia County Cemetery

Find Escambia County Florida cemeteries, memorial parks, mausoleums, graveyards, gravesites, graves or mortuaries. Cemeteries provide information on funerals and burial services including internment, headstones and grave markers, burial grounds, cemetery plots, vaults, crypts, as well as burial records for national, state,


Bayview Memorial Park Cemetery 3351 Scenic Highway Pensacola FL 32503 850-432-7805


Blair Cemetery 3223 North H Street Pensacola FL 32501

Eastern Gate Memorial Funeral Home Cemetery 1985 West 9 Mile Road Pensacola FL 32534 850-417-7662

Pensacola Barrancas National Cemetery 1 Cemetery Road Pensacola FL 32508 850-453-4108

Pensacola Barrancas National Cemetery 80 Hovey Road Pensacola FL 32508 850-453-4072

Pensacola Bayview Cemetery 710 Scenic Highway Pensacola FL 32503 850-432-9013

Pensacola Holy Cross Cemetery 1300 East Hayes Street Pensacola FL 32503 850-432-0878

Pensacola Memorial Gardens Cemetery 7433 Pine Forest Road Pensacola FL 32526 850-944-0355

Pensacola Saint Michaels Cemetery 6 North Alcaniz Street Pensacola FL 32502 850-436-4643

Pensacola St Johns Cemetery 301 North G Street Pensacola FL 32501 850-432-6432

Resthaven Gardens Cemetery 1084 Massachusetts Avenue Pensacola FL 32505 850-432-4484

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About Cemeteries

How much does a burial plot at a Cemetery cost?

On average, a single space burial plot will cost between $1,000 and $3,000. However, the total cost of a funeral may exceed $10,000 because of the cost of a casket, funeral home charges, a headstone or grave-marker, and other expenses.

What can be done if a Cemetery is not adequately maintaining its grounds?

If contacting the owner or operator does not resolve the issue, complaints can be directed to a state Cemeteries commission or consumer affairs office.

Are there restrictions on what items a family may leave at a burial site?

Most Cemeteries restrict what can be left at a gravesite and how long items may be left there. These restrictions are meant to preserve the aesthetics of the Cemetery and to minimize obstructions to maintenance activities. Cemeteries generally reserve the right to remove flowers and other items from a gravesite after a specified period of time.