Our cemetery is Oswego County’s historic, independent, non-sectarian cemetery. As such, we have been a central part of our community since our founding.

Set among rolling hills, forests, and ponds, the cemetery was one of the first in the United States to be laid out with a park-like setting. As a result, Riverside has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More importantly, the paths, ponds, hillsides and woods provide visitors with beautiful and memorable scenery.

The centerpiece of our cemetery is the Page Memorial Chapel. This stone Gothic structure was erected in 1906. Since then, it has played an active role in our community’s sorrows and celebrations. The chapel also houses an impressive collection of stained glass windows by Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Tiffany Studios in New York City.

While we are very proud of our long history, we strive to make our full-service, perpetual care cemetery an asset for the future of our community.


“Memorializing Our Loved Ones Since 1855”

 Our Spring 2014 Newsletter is available on the the “Latest News” page.


Please join us on Monday, May 26th at 8:45 am for our annual Memorial Day celebration as we honor the service and sacrifice of those interred at Riverside.

The day will begin at approximately 8:45 a.m. with a wreath laying ceremony by local veterans organizations at the flagpole in front of the Page Memorial Chapel. Immediately following the wreath laying, there will be a brief program inside the Chapel featuring musical selections. In addition, we will unveil new signage for Sayer Circle just in front of the Page Memorial Chapel.

Afterwards, please join us for some refreshments amidst the grandeur of the Chapel and its Tiffany stained glass windows.