Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a beautiful landscaped 30-acre perpetual care cemetery with nine sculpted and distinctly designed gardens that are set apart by unique marble, wood, and granite features that illustrate each garden’s name. Meadowbrook offers traditional ground burial, mausoleum entombment, cremation ground burial, and niche interment for cremations. We are the only cemetery in west Georgia with our own indoor chapel mausoleum equipped with keyless entry.
When you come to the cemetery you’ll find natural beauty and quiet corners to soothe your soul. We invite you to see the beauty and tranquility that is Meadowbrook Memory Gardens.
In 1976, Clyde and Shirley Jones, along with Charles and Dana Wynn, saw a need in the area for a new cemetery. The city cemetery was reaching capacity and they felt the community needed a new location to offer families in the area a beautiful resting place for their loved ones. After searching for land, talking to people in the community, exploring options, and much planning, Meadowbrook Memory Gardens was opened in 1977 on Hickory Level Road. Dana’s Grandfather Jones sat under a pecan tree and watched as the bulldozers and developers worked diligently to create the peaceful and beautiful gardens that you see today in Meadowbrook Memory Gardens. Later, Grandfather Jones was buried under the very same pecan tree where it all began.
Do you have family or friends buried at Meadowbrook? Coming soon we will have an online burial search. In the meantime, use the buttons below to download PDF maps of the cemetery.
Have questions or need pricing information? Feel free to contact us using the form, give us a call, or come by Meadowbrook during our business hours and we will be happy to help you!
Traditionally, in-ground burial has been the choice of many families. We provide families with many in-ground burial options, including large family estate lots, multiple space lots and single grave spaces. Depending on the needs of the family, there are many areas throughout the cemetery to choose. Just like other open spaces, cemeteries have been impacted by the sheer number of people on our planet. However, funeral homes and local cemeteries can always help you find the space you need, so don’t ever feel that there is not an option to meet your needs. Meadowbrook Memory Gardens has sufficient space for generations to come.
Mausoleums allow for above ground entombment in either community buildings or specially designed family structures. The existing mausoleum at Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a community mausoleum with crypt space for single caskets, and cremation niches which can hold one to six cremations. Families may opt to have a glass front on the niche, which allows them to place a photo or personal memento in the niche. This memento may be placed at the time of service or later at the convenience of the family. With beautiful architecture, enhanced by glorious stained glass windows, our community mausoleum begs to be experienced.
Only just recently have family mausoleums become an affordable and viable option for more and more families. Selecting a family mausoleum is a sound and permanent investment requiring thoughtful, thorough consideration of many factors. We suggest an orderly step-by-step approach to eliminate uncertainties, minimize expenses and assure selection of the family mausoleum that meets all of your requirements. Ask us about whether a family mausoleum is the right choice for you.
Meadowbrook Memory Gardens maintains a variety of facilities for the interment of cremated remains, giving you a full selection of urns, niches, mausoleums and urn gardens. For those families who desire it, we’re also able to combine in-ground burial for both caskets and cremated remains. Cremation niches are available in our mausoleum and the outdoor cremation garden. These small in-ground lots accommodate two urns and are memorialized with flush bronze memorials. Landscaped with trees, a flowing water feature, and beautiful flower beds, our cremation garden provides families with a uniquely tranquil setting. We also provide bench, tree, and statue memorial interment of cremated remains.
When a body is buried in a cemetery, some form of marker—commonly referred to as a “headstone”—is often placed at the head of the grave to identify who is buried there. The marker usually states the name of the person who died and the dates of birth and death, and may include other personal information, images, or a quote, called an epitaph.
Meadowbrook Memory Gardens sells a variety of markers to meet both wishes and budgets. Call us at (770) 459-3694 or contact us via the contact form to learn more.
Meadowbrook Memory Gardens thanks all veterans for their service to our country. To honor the sacrifices made by those who serve in our armed forces, we offer a free burial space to all veterans. The only charge is the perpetual care fee.
Call us at (770) 459-3694 or contact us via the contact form to learn more.