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I enjoy visiting cemeteries. They are a peaceful place where you can meditate on the past. This is a well maintained place. It is in the middle of a residential area. Definitely worth taking time for a short visit on your trip.
We had a burial ceremony for a family member. This is a fitting place for a veteran to be laid to rest. The Park staff were kind and helpful. It is very solemn and quiet and in a perfect location. It is well kept and...More
Like other reviewers, I was unable to spend much time here, because it was close to closing time (and there was a storm coming). But I found it to be peaceful and well-kept, and there are some hiking paths nearby if one has the time....More
This is up a winding road and will come up quick on the left. A small area with small graves, a nice memorial all around, if you are looking for large monuments like some other battlefield parks, this one is more traditional with just headstones
In 1867, Fort Donelson Cemetery was established as the final resting for Union soldiers and sailors initially buried in the Fort Donelson area. Today the national cemetery contains both Civil War veterans and veterans who have served the United States since that time. Many spouses...More