A Peaceful Resting Place

No matter how you choose to care for your loved one's physical remains, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer you a variety of peaceful and picturesque settings for their final resting place.

We invite you to explore the beautiful cemetery options the Okanagan Valley have to offer, with its stunning views and the calm serenity of a natural park. Our local cemetery staff is here to guide you on a tour of the grounds, answer your questions and provide you with all of the information you'll need to make an informed decision about your loved one's final resting place.

Contact us to connect with our staff or request more information about your options.

/HugheyFuneralHome/RestingPlace/resting.png   Ground Burial
When it comes to a traditional in-ground burial, your family can choose from an estate lot, a multiple space lot, or a single space grave. We'll guide you through the available locations within our local cemeteries and assist you in finding an area that fits your needs, budget, and personal preferences.



/HugheyFuneralHome/RestingPlace/resting.png   Cremation Options
There are a variety of ways to care for your loved one's cremated remains, whether you decide to keep them within your home, spread them in a cherished location, or inter them in a garden, statue, or other memorial property. We have a wide selection of elegant and beautiful urns you can choose from, and we can also provide a place for you to entomb the urns within our property. Cremation niches are available within our mausoleum as well as in our outdoor cremation garden a tranquil and scenic area that will provide a quiet place for your family and friends to gather and feel connected to your loved one.






Penticton Columbarium -  Lakeview Interment Garden


Penticton's  Lakeview Interment Garden opened in Lakeview Cemetery, in the spring of 2009.

The  Lakeview Interment Garden is a unique final resting place for the citizens of Penticton. The beautiful garden is designed to provide visitors with a peaceful, serene place to reflect and remember loved ones. The Lakeview Interment Garden offers 45  Mausoleum crypts and 1435 columbarium niches, as well as, an in ground ossuary for ash interments. Lakeview Interment Garden is operated by the City of Penticton, located in the south west corner of Lakeview Cemetery, 715 Lower Bench Road below the "Penticton" sign on Munson Mountain.





Kelowna Columbarium -  Promontory Green Interment Garden


Kelowna's Promontory Green Interment Garden opened in
Memorial Park Cemetery, in the spring of 2002.


The two-tiered walled garden mausoleum and columbaria is located in the northwest corner of the cemetery grounds. The Promontory Green offers 60 crypts for full casket entombment and 900 niches for inurnment. Each niche accommodates two urns. Promontory Green also features a Scattering Garden for cremated remains and individual lots for in-ground urn burials. A pathway links the lower wall and upper walls and meanders by reflecting pools, water cascades and manicured gardens to the Promontory Dome - the facility's highest and most prominent feature. The City of Kelowna operates Promontory Green Interment Garden, located in the Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery, 1991 Bernard Avenue east of Spall Road.





Westbank Cemetery


Westbank Cemetery opened in 1925.


With beautiful lake and mountain views, grassy meadows, pine groves and meandering pathways the Westbank Cemetery provides a place of perfect tranquillity. The City of West Kelowna owns and operates the Westbank Cemetery. The city's memorial gardens are located on an idyllic stepped plateau above Smith Creek Ravine with expansive views of Okanagan Lake and the Monashee Mountains. The 8.2 acre cemetery is located at 3200 Elliott Road and is the traditional resting place for community families and pioneers. The cemetery was established in 1925. Since 2013, the City of West Kelowna has invested approximately $1.3 million to expand and transform the Westbank Cemetery into a memorial garden





Peachland Cemetery


Located about 3.5 km up Princeton Ave and then left on Vernon Ave