El Camino Memorial Park

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El Camino Memorial Park
Year established 1960
Location Sorrento Valley, California
Country United States
Type Public
Size 220-acre (0.89 km2)

El Camino Memorial Park cemetery is located at 5600 Carroll Canyon Road in the Sorrento Valley neighborhood of San Diego. Founded in 1960,[1] El Camino is a 220-acre (0.89 km2) memorial park and is the final resting site for Jonas Salk (founder of the polio vaccine and the renowned Salk Institute), as well as several members of the well-known Kroc family (humanitarians and founders of McDonald's fast food chain), as well as other prominent citizens from the greater San Diego and Los Angeles area.[2][3]

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Coordinates: 32°53′35″N 117°11′15″W / 32.8931°N 117.1876°W / 32.8931; -117.1876