Walnut Ridge Cemetery is one of the largest and most established cemeteries in southern Indiana, and was incorporated in 1838. It has over 20,000 individuals that have been entrusted to our care. Another 10,000 new burial spaces have already been developed, with an additional 25 acres of undeveloped land available for future expansion. The original cemetery was designed by Edmund Lee, who was also responsible for the design of Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.
The first mausoleum in Clark County, was established here in 2000, and contains 744 crypts and 256 niches for cremated remains.