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Cemetery Tour

Lone Tree Cemetery was developed in 1868 overlooking the San Francisco Bay, and the first burial was in 1869. Since then, over 20,000 people have been placed within our 42 acres. Through proper planning, we have room to serve families for the next 100 years. Lone Tree Cemetery is an endowed care cemetery.



The staff of Lone Tree Cemetery devoted themselves to the community and defined service with their actions. Heritage also brings families together and at Lone Tree Cemetery, the beautiful and well-maintained grounds show the respect due those families. Along with this our grounds crew and office staff are friendly, knowledgeable and confident and are willing to show and discuss a wide range of options along with prices. 



Lone Tree Cemetery offers a full range of above- and below-ground burial options. We also have a beautiful mausoleum with indoor crypts and niches along with cremation gardens with flowing waterfalls and a designated veteran’s section.

Lone Tree Cemetery also features a Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters Memorial honoring all those who died in the line of duty within Alameda County dating back to 1869. Once a year Police Chiefs, Sheriffs and Fire Chiefs along with motor escorts join over 300 attendees in honoring those who have fallen in the line of duty. The Martin Kaufman 100 Club recipients’ are also there to say thanks for remembering their families.



Memorialization options include flat memorial tablets, upright monuments and memorial benches. All of these are ways to create a lasting memorial for your loved one at Lone Tree Cemetery.


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The setting at Lone Tree is so very peaceful and tranquil. It is almost a parklike setting nestled high in the Hayward hills and is truly a place for eternal rest. The caring staff of Lone Tree Cemetery provided comfort and compassion to us after the sudden loss of our son and during the difficult time of making arrangements for his burial.
Marc and Gaye F.
San Leandro, CA