You cannot drive up to the cemetery. You have to find a place to park on the residential streets at the trailhead. You walk up a dirt road with a fairly steep incline. There is not much shade, so it was hot going up. Like other reviewers have said, this cemetery is not kept up at all. Many of the gravestones are new, though they mark deaths from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. I didn't think there was much of a view when you got to the top of the hill. Was it worth the walk up? Barely.
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