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While not exactly a park, the City of Yakima maintains the resting place of thousands of Yakima Valley residents.

The Yakima Department of Parks and Recreation operates Tahoma Cemetery. It has been a final resting place for Yakima Valley residents since the 1880′s. It came about from the city cemetery and those established by Masons, Odd Fellows, and the Grand Army of the Republic. Over 33,000 burials are contained there, including a large veteran’s memorial.

You can visit Tahoma Cemetery’s website page here.

 

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