The Tree of Life Memorial Planting Program
Family members who wish to create a living reminder of a deceased loved one, may arrange for the installation of a "Tree of Life" for the cost of $500 by contacting the Cemetery at the address or telephone number listed below. The Cemetery Superintendent has information on species of trees and locations available for planting within Dell Park. An optional granite marker is available with the name of the honored individual for an additional charge. These donations will enhance the beauty of Dell Park and will enjoyed by generations to come.
*Dell Park is a non-profit, non-sectarian cemetery. Gifts are deductible for income tax purposes to the extent allowable by law. Donors should consult their tax advisor.
About Dell Park
The Dell Park Cemetery is located along the banks of Fiske Pond, on the north side of Pond Street. Natick's oldest operating cemetery, Dell Park was originally founded as the town burying grounds in 1849. Vice President Henry Wilson led the dedication of the Old Dell. In 1890 "Lakeside Cemetery" to the west was purchased and became known as New Dell. New cremation and traditional lots are available for pre-need purchase in the New Dell. A pair of granite pillars at the west entrance commemorate the Cemetery's 150th year. Visitors are welcome from dawn until dusk but are asked to please leave their pets at home.
The Dell Park Cemetery Association can be reached at the following address or by telephone at (508) 655-1271
Dell Park Cemetery Association
163 Pond Street
P.O. Box 84
Natick, Massachusetts 01760
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