Standing Rock Cemetery

Standing Rock Cemetery
1361 North Mantua Street
Kent, Ohio 44240
Standing Rock Cemetery (Find A Grave) webpage

Also, see Cuyahoga River-Upper Important Bird Area
Roadside Birding

eBird Bar Charts by Season

Entire Year

Spring Migration (Mar-May)
Breeding Season (Jun-Jul)
Fall Migration (Aug-Nov)
Winter (Dec – Feb)
eBird Hotspot

Portage County

Standing Rock Cemetery
Coordinates: 41.1672185, -81.3532019
eBird links: Hotspot mapView detailsRecent visits
My eBird links: Location life listSubmit data

lake-county-map
About Standing Rock Cemetery
Kent’s founders–Zenas, Marvin, and William Kent–are all interred at the Standing Rock Cemetery.

The cemetery on Kent’s north side sits between the city’s high school and the Cuyahoga River. Its namesake–the standing rock in the middle of the river–is picturesque and the subject of considerable local lore. The most frequently heard tale is that the large, flat-topped rock was used for council meetings by Native American tribes.

The still-active cemetery is well-kept and still used as the endpoint for the city’s annual Memorial Day parade.

No restroom facilities.