1262 Buckhorn Road
Lakefield Ontario K0L 2H0
Phone 705-652-3252

Traditional Burial Options | Frequently Asked Questions

Traditional Burial Options

The primary difference between the choice of burial plots in the Lakefield Cemetery, is the type of memorial allowed. Generally, an upright memorial is only allowed on each double grave lot. Single graves are allowed a flat marker only, except in designated areas.

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Traditional Monument Section

Each double lot is allowed one upright memorial placed at the head of the grave. Single lots are allowed a flat marker only.

Sunset Meadow Section

This newly developed area is designed with wider grave spaces to accommodate oversized grave liners, and larger monuments. There are several spaces where a tree is planted in close proximity.

Shared Monument Section

This economical alternative allows for an upright monument to be shared by two different families. This requires a minimum purchase of two lots on one side of the memorial, and half the total cost of the monument.

Flat Marker Section

This area preserves its park-like setting by only allowing flat markers. Lots may be used for individual burial and/or interring cremated remains.

Price List

Please note: Prices are subject to change.

Prices effective March 1, 2016

    Single Grave   Double Plot
Size   3 ft x 9 ft   6 ft x 9 ft
Lot   900.00   1800.00
C&M Fund   600.00   1200.00
HST   195.00   390.00
Total   1695.00   3390.00


Sunset Meadow Section

    Single Grave   Double Plot
Size   1m x 3m   2m x 3m
Lot   1020.00   2040.00
C&M Fund   680.00   1360.00
HST   221.00   442.00
Total   1921.00   3842.00


Interment Fees

Full Interment   $819.25
Weekend/Holiday Surcharge   $282.50
Greens Setup (no liner)   $169.50
Tent   $113.00

Note: Prices include 13% HST
Complete Price List available upon request

For more information, contact Lakefield Cemetery



Lakefield Cemetery and Crematorium

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