The cemetery of Józefowo is located a bit south of a country lane which branches off the road No. 539 :). A small birch plantation has to be crossed to reach the cemetery.
The cemetery shows wonderful huge oak trees. In the northern part of the cemetery there is only grass between the oak trees and no remains of graves (probably an older part of the cemetery). The southern part of the cemetery with lilac bushes between the oak trees is also easy to access, since the bushes are crossed by paths. Only in this southern part there are remains of graves to be found.
There are many grave borders, some (4-5) iron crosses and the iron fence of a grave. A big grave is surrounded by bended iron fences. Near the south border of the cemetery there has been the area for the children's graves. In this area there are a lot of small grave borders. Most of the cross bases don't show signs of inscriptions (probably wooden plates were used for the inscriptions). Only one cross base showes a washed out inscription (for Eva and Erwin Witowski).