Closed between sunset & sunrise
This monument was erected in Forest Cemetery for the Albert Holub family.
This view shows just a small portion of the bronze areas found at Forest Cemetery.
This view shows the many trees and shrubs that can be found in Forest Cemetery.
St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery
St. Mary's Cemetery is located within the borders of Forest Cemetery.
This garden can be found inside the 11th Street Entrance and is an integral part of The Garden of Reflection.
Lake Cunningham - home to many different types of ducks and geese. A favorite spot for the young and old alike, as they feed them and watch them.
The lake was dredged and the silt was removed in 1997 due to the generosity of several benefactors of Forest Cemetery.
The east portion of the cemetery was black-topped in 1997-1998. This was a major improvement to alleviate the gravel from the roads washing into the ponds.
This aerial view shows some of the many trees and curving roads which make up the landscape at Forest Cemetery.
Beautiful Iron Fence
This fence borders Forest Cemetery and J Ave. After it was repaired, a youth organization painted it as a community improvement project.
11th Street Entrance
This entrance was built in 1949 of Tennessee Crab Orchard Stone and was designed by landscape engineer, Ray F. Wyrick.
9th Street Entrance
This entrance was built in 1914 of Barre granite. In 1991 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In 1954, through the cooperation of the Forest Cemetery Association and the Oskaloosa Chapter of the Service Star Legion, this permanent Memorial Day platform was built at the north end of Lake Cunningham. It was to be a war memorial honoring all war dead from all branches of the armed services in our county.
One of the many mausoleums that can be found at Forest Cemetery.
Ducks and Geese
Just a few of the different ducks and geese found at Forest Cemetery.
The swans have been a favorite attraction of Forest Cemetery for years.
Civil War Section
The Civil War Section and cannon in the fall.