Very nice location of national cemetery overlooking the sea. Well kept grounds. Nice to see another national cemetery.
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A nice stop to reflect and pay respect to our veterans and their families. It is a beautiful spot and it is kept very nicely. It is so peaceful, do not miss it.
Having seen the cemeteries in northern France ; this cemetery also leaves you in awe regarding the sacrifice made by so many so we can live like we do today.
We drove thro' this Cemetery before reaching Cabrillo National Monument. The cemetery is located approximately 10 miles west of Downtown San Diego, overlooking San Diego Bay and the city from one side, and the Pacific Ocean on the other. Fort Rosecrans is named after William...More
Any visit to San Diego should include a stop at this cemetery. It is a stunning sight to see these immaculate headstones in such a gorgeous setting. I took some friends here and we left with a renewed respect for our heroes. The views are...More
This is an amazing war memorial cemetery. Very moving to read some of the inscriptions and beautifully maintained out of respect for these great men and women who died for us in service or died later after providing service to us all.
We toured this cemetery as part of a US Navy reunion tour. White crosses stretch forever it seems. Very humbling and somber experience. I had no idea this cemetery was here and that it was so big. It's hard to stand in the presence of...More
As you were driving to see Cabrillo National Monument, you will find Fort Rosecrans Cemetery on both sides of the street. Had to stop by and pay respects for the men and women that served and protect this great nation. It was spiritual. Some of...More