Ivy Green Cemetery is a division of the Bremerton Parks and Recreation
Department. Ivy Green Cemetery is owned and operated by the City of
Bremerton Parks and Recreation Department. It is 15 acres and is open to
the public every day from 8 a.m. until dusk.
Military Burial Section
Ivy Green Cemetery has a large military section with all services represented. The local veteran organizations are active in volunteering with events that honor Bremerton's military heritage. Ivy Green Cemetery is the site of the "Tomb of the Unknown Soldier" honoring those fallen military men and women. John H. Nibbe, a Civil War hero is also buried here. The Navy gun range on way the to Seabeck is named after a Marine, Wesley Harris, who is also buried in Ivy Green Cemetery.
Burial Location for Pioneering Bremerton Families
Many of Bremerton's civilian pioneer families, such as the Dietz, Warren, Gorst, and Harrison families, are also buried here.
All families, military and civilian, are welcome to use Ivy Green Cemetery for burial needs. Please call the Bremerton Parks and Recreation Office for details regarding pre-need arrangements, cremation burial, monuments, and monument setting fees.