a place for memorialization
1000 Bethel Ave, Port Orchard, WA 98366
The serene Sunset Lane Memorial Park lies on ten beautiful acres in the heart of Port Orchard. This secluded park provides an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. Established in 1946 by Len Pendleton and John Gilchrist, the cemetery has grown from its infancy into a quiet and beautiful memorial to those who have been memorialized there.
Sunset Lane Memorial Park is an endowment care cemetery, which ensures you that it will be impeccably maintained for generations to come. The grounds are secluded and level with paved roads and sidewalks for your convenience. Maintenance and upkeep (including mowing, edging, trimming and cleaning) is an ongoing commitment. There is a permanent veteran's monument, and parallel north and south to that monument are buried many of the area's patriots. Over Memorial Day weekend, one hundred twenty American flags are flown which have been donated by veteran's families and individual American flags are placed at each veteran's grave, donated by the Veteran's of Foreign Wars and American Legion posts. Our newly completed terraced area was designed with a Northwest theme and accommodates those families looking to be memorialized together. The Reflection Pathway at Sunset Lane offers special memorial options just for cremation. It is a tranquil place to remember, reflect, and memorialize a loved one's cremated remains in a unique and natural setting.
Sunset Lane Memorial Park offers a variety of cemetery services for burial and cremation. We also understand the importance of memorialization - allowing families to select the kind of memorial that will be a physical symbol of the unique life of their loved one.
Sunset Lane Memorial Park is located at the Mile Hill and Bethel Avenue roundabout in Port Orchard. The cemetery is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week. The office is located at Rill’s Life Tribute Center, 1151 Mitchell Avenue and is open from 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.