adronia Cemetery provides a beautiful and serene final resting place for district residents and their eligible family members. The Cemetery is owned by the Saratoga Cemetery District. The District Board of Trustees and staff work to preserve the natural beauty of Madronia Cemetery as well as to ensure that future generations may enjoy the benefit of interring loved ones in their own community.
The Cemetery is designed as a resting place for the deceased that can be enjoyed by the living. Madronia is named for the red-barked madrone trees that once covered the property. Now the grounds contain a variety of interesting species. A large Dawn Redwood, one of the few deciduous conifers, often surprises visitors with its gold and russet fall foliage. Oklahoma Redbud, Ginko, Chinese Soapbark, and a rare, patented, flowering Urban Bouquet Ash are among varieties encountered on the well-maintained grounds.
Each year the Saratoga Foothill Club hosts a Memorial Day service at the Cemetery to commemorate the lives and military service of over 900 military veterans interred here. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and other community organizations pay respect to these veterans by placing flags and laurel sprays on gravestones that indicate military service dating back to the Civil War.