Has your family decided that you’re going to scatter a loved one’s cremated remains at the end of their cremation services in Perkasie, PA? This is a great option to have. But before you start putting any plans into motion as far as their ash scattering is concerned, you’re going to want to think about where the best place to scatter your loved one’s remains would be. Check out some of the spots that might be your best options.
Unfortunately, you’re not going to be able to scatter a loved one’s cremated remains on a beach at the conclusion of their Perkasie, PA cremation. This is because their remains could end up coming into contact with other people and/or animals if you scatter them on a beach. You can, however, scatter your loved one’s remains out at sea if you would like. As long as you’re willing to travel several miles off the coast to stay in accordance with the rules and regulations enforced by the U.S. Coast Guard, you’re more than welcome to scatter a person’s remains at sea.
When you and your family are scattering a loved one’s cremated remains, you’ll probably want to do it in a place that’s very quiet. You’ll also want to do it somewhere beautiful that looks magical and majestic. There aren’t many places that will provide these things to you, but a mountain most certainly will. Mountaintops are peaceful and serene, which is why you should consider scattering a loved one’s remains there. It’ll require your family to make a little bit of a trek, but it’ll prove to be well worth it in the end.
If you don’t live anywhere in the general vicinity of a national park, this might not be the best option for you when scattering a loved one’s remains. But if you’re in the area of one, you might be surprised to hear that scattering remains there is an option. Most national parks will allow families to do this. That being said, you are going to have to ask permission before scattering a loved one’s remains in a national park. You’ll also have to agree to only scatter remains in certain areas. But you’ll be more than happy to do these things to say that you scattered your loved one’s remains in a national park.
Do you want to keep your loved ones’ remains relatively close to you when scattering them? Then you might want to pick a spot on your family’s land for your loved one’s ash scattering. You might want to check with your city or town to see if there is anything that will prevent you from doing this. But more often than not, you should be able to do it as long as you keep the remains on your land when scattering them.
Before you begin mapping out your loved one’s ash scattering, you’re going to need to work with a Perkasie, PA funeral home to carry out their cremation. Naugle Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ltd. can assist you in cremating your loved one at our crematory. We can also help you put other funeral plans into place. Contact us to get more information on our cremation services.