Welcome to White Haven Memorial Park
in Rochester, NY
Serving the Rochester, NY area since 1929, our mission at White Haven Memorial Park has always been to provide unparallelled service, beautifully kept grounds, and a wide selection of burial options to every family that reaches out to us.
As a not-for-profit corporation, any money that we make is used to maintain the park, as well as preserve the park and the memories it contains for future generations. We are proud to help families throughout the Greater Rochester community in their time of need by providing them with kindness and understanding, and services that are handled with dignity. We offer different burials options to those of all different faiths, including ground burials, cremation burials on our nature trail, and above-ground burials in mausoleums.
We also have beautiful chapels and gathering locations available that are perfect for hosting memorial services. Our chapels and gathering room are all heated and air conditioned and fully equipped with audio-video equipment. We have Certified Celebrants on staff that can help plan and conduct memorial services, if needed.
When many come to visit White Haven Memorial Park, they mention that our grounds are unlike any other cemetery they have ever been to. One reason is because our cremation nature trail is the only one like it in the Rochester area. We enjoy letting the grounds stay as untouched as possible, and keeping it as nature intended, so when loved ones come for a visit they will be surrounded by the sounds of birds chirping and filled with a sense of peace.
If you would like more information about our services or want to schedule a tour of our grounds, please call us at 585-586-5250 today. As our slogan states, “White Haven Memorial Park is not your average cemetery. We have everything you need and so much more!”
White Haven Memorial Park is a member of the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association, the Cremation Association of North America, the New York State Association of Cemeteries, the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System, and the Green Burial Council.