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Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery

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About Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery

7204 SE County Road 234
Gainesville, FL 32641
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Overview from the cemetery

PCCC is a conservation cemetery in Gainesville Florida that provides green burials while simultaneously protecting land for future generations.

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Estimated price list for Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery

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Estimated prices for a Burial Plot for an Adult

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Right caret Single plot
Space to bury a single person.
blue circle $500 - $10,000
Right caret Plot opening and closing
Cost for the cemetery to open a plot for a burial and close it after the fact.
blue circle $500 - $2,500
Right caret Outer Burial Container
A grave liner that is generally used to prevent the cemetery ground from sinking over time. Many cemeteries require this.
blue circle $500 - $5,000
Right caret Grave marker
A flat or raised monument containing the person's information.
blue circle $500 - $4,000
Right caret Grave marker installation
Cost to have a grave marker installed
blue circle $50 - $1,000
Right caret Tent for service
Use of a tent during a burial.
blue circle $150 - $500
Right caret Endowment
Covers ongoing cemetery upkeep and maintenance.
blue circle $100 - $900
Right caret Administrative fees
Any additional administrative fees that may be necessary.
blue circle $0 - $250
Total estimated cost
$2,300 & Up

Frequently asked questions

Answered by Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery

  • What sets you apart from other cemeteries?

    Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery (PCCC) is a non-profit community cemetery nestled in a protected conservation area near Gainesville, Florida. We are licensed by the state of Florida and certified at the highest level by the Green Burial Council. Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery collaborates with Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT), a long-standing conservation organization in Gainesville, to manage, protect, and restore the land for all living things. This includes maintaining a conservation easement with Alachua County which protects the land from development in perpetuity and keeps it open to the public.

    Prairie Creek Conservation Cemetery is a natural and wild space. Here you will find a blend of flowering meadows and shaded, breezy hammocks where people from across the state and beyond have made the choice for a natural burial (also called green burial). By preventing the use of embalming fluids and vaults, those laid to rest here can return to and become one with the earth.

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