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I can see why those who served in the US Navy would like to be buried here as part of it overlooks San Diego on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. There is a memorial to the US Wasp (sunk in the...More
I feel slightly bad rating the cemetery so high, but it is a beautiful and serene place. It was well laid out and is very well taken care of. You must drive through on the main road to get to Cabrillo National Monument, so make...More
Amazing view of the San Diego from all directions. Great views of the city and the ocean. Nice way to honor our service men and women for all they have done for our country. Definitely worthwhile to visit. I rode the bike to visit and...More
Beautiful and excellently maintained; it is worth the time to stop when you are on your way out to the lighthouse. It straddles both side of the Loma Ridge...windward and leeward sides. We have been there many times especially when family come to town it...More
It amazes me that many reviews state that this is just a cemetery. While they are stating the obvious, it is special in that many of those buried here died in the service of their country so that others could be free to visit where...More
Fort Rosecrans has got to be the most scenic cemetery I’ve ever seen. There are many graves, and it seems to go on for a ways on both sides of the street on the way out toward Point Loma. I didn’t spend that much time,...More