Giving Back to the Community
We are now a Local Donation Drop Spot!
We are excited to announce that we will now be accepting donations FROM the community FOR the community. Please bring non-perishable food items to our office located at 6382 Monroe St. Sylvania, OH 43560 across from the Kroger. For every can donated Toledo Memorial Park will match!
Reflections Garden Pet Cemetery located at Toledo Memorial Park will also be Accepting Pet Donations!
Please bring your pet donations to the office located at 6382 Monroe St. Sylvania, OH 43560 across from the Kroger.
- Dog Food (Dry or Can)
- Cat Food (Dry or Can)
- Dog Treats
- Cat Treats
- NEW Pet Beds
- NEW Toys
All Pet Donations will be taken to Local Shelters.
Experience Toledo Memorial Park Alfresco Style!
The word alfresco means “in the open air” and what better place to be then here at Toledo Memorial Park, with over 380 acres of land featuring meadows, lakes, flowers and wildlife! We are a great place for lunch, dinner, meetings, gatherings, reading, homework, bird watching, dog walking, biking, running or to just unwind. Who says packing a lunch is boring? Bring your lunch to Toledo Memorial Park and leave the hustle and bustle of the day behind you as you take in the tranquil beauty of the park like setting. We have placed picnic tables throughout the park, can you find them? Snap a pic at the table and post it on our Facebook page.
Check out our Routes on Map my Run or Map my Walk…
Toledo Memorial Park Cemetery Fun Facts
Each grave space at TMP is 40″ wide by 96″ long. Using these figures, and allowing for roads and drains, we can get about 1000 graves per acre. Toledo Memorial Park consists of 380 acres, 180 of which are presently developed for use. Toledo Memorial Park was founded June 1922. The farm house was the original administration building for many years and became a landmark in Sylvania. In 1976 it was replaced with a new office and information center which has become a familiar landmark to a new generation. Our ground’s staff sets approx. 600 markers and 70 monuments each year. Did you know that 150 acres of grass can support over 10,000 people with oxygen for a year?