How to Visit the Fort Logan National Cemetery on Memorial Day

by Contributor ; Updated September 28, 2017

How to Visit the Fort Logan National Cemetery on Memorial Day. Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado is a military cemetery that contains tens of thousands of grave sites of fallen soldiers. A visit to a cemetery on Memorial Day is a thoughtful way to remember the sacrifice of American soldiers who have died whether or not you have a personal connection to any of them. With all of the festivities surrounding the Memorial Day holiday, it's easy to forget the true meaning of the holiday. A visit to the Fort Logan National Cemetery is a great way to bring Memorial Day into perspective.

Pick up some flowers or floral arrangements to place on grave sites at the cemetery. Most florists will create a special Memorial Day arrangement that incorporates red, white and blue flowers for the holiday.

Invite other people to join you on your visit to Fort Logan National Cemetery. Whether it's friends, family or co-workers, honoring our nation's fallen heroes can and should be a group affair.

Stop by the cemetery and take time to wander through the thousands of veteran's graves. Fort Logan National Cemetery is located at 4400 W. Kenyon Avenue in Denver, Colorado.

Place flowers at the headstones of friends' and family members' graves or even at the graves of strangers. Whether the people buried there were known to you or not, their sacrifice for the country deserves to be honored.

Visit the memorials and monuments that honor soldiers from the different American wars (most from 20th century) while you are at the cemetery. Memorial Day is about honoring soldiers both past and present.


  • If you are looking for other ways to celebrate Memorial Day meaningfully in Denver, consider participating in the city's annual Memorial Day parade. The parade kicks off the morning of Memorial Day with a wreath-laying ceremony at the Veterans Monument located across from the Capitol building. Volunteers typically place stick flags at each of the grave sites in the cemetery in honor of Memorial Day. If you would like to be a volunteer, contact the cemetery to find out what you need to do (see Resources below).

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