Riverside Cemetery District – Cody, Wyoming

About Riverside Cemetery District

Riverside Cemetery District sits on 24 beautiful acres in Cody, Wyoming.  Located on the highway to Yellowstone National Park’s east entrance, Riverside Cemetery has been established since the early 1930’s.  Cody, Wyoming was founded in the early 1900’s by Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody and ever since has been a growing tourist town.

Riverside Cemetery has added a Columbarium, Committal Shelter and Kiosk Directory. The Columbarium niches are for urn burials, and we have been selling these niches for several years.  They each house 2 urns.  The Committal Shelter is a quiet, dignified, open, covered pavilion set in the terrain with trees and vegetation. It is intended to provide temporary shelter from the wind, rain and sun for an interment service in a solemn manner and is for graveside Committal services and not available for public use.