Eloise Woods Cemetery

Eloise Woods is a "green" cemetery southeast of Austin

Eloise Woods Cemetery

Eloise Woods is a green cemetery southeast of Austin

Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery

Our Lady of the Rosary offers green burials to all faiths in Georgetown Our Lady of the Rosary offers green burials to all faiths in Georgetown Our Lady of the Rosary offers green burials to all faiths in Georgetown Our Lady of the Rosary offers green burials to all faiths in Georgetown Our Lady of the Rosary offers green burials to all faiths in Georgetown Our Lady of the Rosary offers green burials to all faiths in Georgetown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Cemeteries

Eloise Woods Cemetery

Eloise Woods offers “green” or “natural” burials in a wooded site. No burials may include toxic chemicals or embalming fluids and only biodegradable materials may be used in the grave site. There is no metal caskets or concrete grave liners.  Bodies are wrapped in shrouds or other biodegradable containers and placed directly into the earth. Ashes to ashes; dust to dust.  

Families can be as involved with the burial process as they would like to be, from digging the grave to lowering the body and closing the grave.

Eloise Woods is a woodland burial ground for people and pets located 10 miles east of Austin in Cedar Creek, Texas.

Financial Assistance for Burial

Eloise Woods offers financial assistance.

Eloise Woods is privately owned by Ellie’s Green Burials LLC.

Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery

Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery and Prayer Gardens offers green, traditional, and cremation burial spaces, and is open to ALL faiths. We work with families and funeral homes in Austin and the surrounding areas to insure that the burial service for your loved one is handled in the most caring and compassionate way. 

The beautiful cemetery is conveniently located in Georgetown, Texas, and is much more than a final resting place.  The property allows for peaceful reflection and quiet contemplation. Events are held throughout the year including the Field of Flowers Day in April and the All Souls Day Mass in November.