Caring for Families Needing Dignified, Personalized burial services for 300 Years

With over three hundred years of serving families, the professional staff of Cold Spring Cemetery knows how to provide dignified and personalized burial services. Making arrangements for yourself and your loved ones is often not as easy as we expect, but Cold Spring Cemetery's compassionate staff is here to guide you through the process. Call our cemetery supervisor, Mr. Scott Rosell-Takayama, at 609-884-5130 and you will discover how three hundred years of caring experience can benefit your family, too.

Pre-Planning can help you put your loved ones first through preparation

Why is pre-planning important?

While it is common to plan for the future by investing in retirement funds and writing wills, burial planning is often left out of the equation. Making pre-need arrangements provides many benefits to you and your loved ones. Thoughtful preparation can reduce stress and the cost of making arrangements during an already difficult time. Cold Spring Cemetery's pre-need arrangements offer the eace of mind, ensuring that your family can focus on emotional and spiritual resources as they experience grief and mourning rather than the burden of acquiring a burial lot and arrangement details.

Who can be buried at Cold Spring Cemetery?

Who can be buried in the cemetery?

Cold Spring Cemetery is an historic site and the resting place for many famous figures including immediate descendants of the Mayflower. But there are hundreds of everyday people, both local to the greater Cape May region and more distant places, who have found their final resting place here. As a non-profit, non-denominational cemetery, we welcome people of all faiths and walks of life. Cold Spring Cemetery began as a ministry of the Cold Spring Presbyterian Church and was founded in 1714 to serve all citizens of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and that commitment to welcome all continues to be an important part of our mission today.