Our Cemeteries

The four cemeteries owned and operated by the District are among the County’s oldest and most established, with recorded burials prior to 1900.

Although initially privately owned, the Newcastle and Rocklin Cemeteries were formed into the Newcastle, Penryn, Loomis Cemetery District in 1927. In 1963, the Gold Hill Cemetery was annexed, and the District’s name changed to the Newcastle, Rocklin, Gold Hill Cemetery District. The Ophir Cemetery was the last cemetery to be annexed into the District in 1989.


Newcastle Cemetery
Founded in 1857*
850 Taylor Road
Newcastle, CA 95658
Phone: (916) 663-4660

Nestled among gentle rolling hills and majestic redwoods and oaks, this beautiful and historic 44 acre site offers families with a variety of services that include traditional interments as well as ashes inurnments in burial plots or niches.

Rocklin Cemetery
Founded in 1864*
4090 Kannasto Street
Rocklin, CA 95677
Phone: (916) 624-2760

Within a peaceful park like setting, this beautiful 28 acre site offers traditional interments as well as ashes inurnments in burial plots or niches.

Gold Hill Cemetery
Founded in 1852*
Near the intersection of Gold Hill Road and Chili Hill Road

This historic three acre dry cemetery in a shady serene location offers traditional burial options for casket and cremains. Plot sites limited.

Ophir Cemetery
On Boot Hill Lane off Lozanos Road
Ophir, CA

A secluded hillside setting in historic Ophir, this quiet four acre dry cemetery offers burial options for cremains only.

*Unrecorded burials may predate this estimated founding date.