In the 1950s, a chain link fence and archway were added to the cemetery. After nearly 60 years of the archway lying on the ground, a local community college restored the archway to its original status and since then the archway has remained visible to the public. The Beulah Cemetery Restoration Committee is a committee that has dedicated itself to preserve and maintain the cemetery, which has been listed as a National Register of Historic Places since 1992.
Two main roads accompany the cemetery, giving visitors access to drive through and look for their ancestors' tombstones and experience a glimpse of history. The Beulah Cemetery website also provides an interactive link to find a grave located on its property.