The 'Fast & The Furious' star, 40, whose remains were cremated on Thursday, was interred at the iconic Hollywood cemetery, reported Radar online.
The ceremony took place at the Court Of Liberty, one of the cemetery's historical sites.
An American flag was allegedly folded in a triangle and displayed during the ceremony, and then given to the star's family.
More than three dozen people dressed in black and grey arrived at the landmark cemetery, where Paul Walker's framed portrait has been set on an easel.
The family reportedly were hoping to keep the event private and is said to have asked those in attendance to arrive and leave together so they can be accompanied by a security escort.
A slew of celebrities are buried at the iconic Hollywood Hills cemetery, most notably Michael Jackson's tomb at Forest Lawn's Great Mausoleum.
Other stars laid to rest there include Liberace, Lucille Ball, John Ritter and Brittany Murphy.
"The family intends on dividing Paul's ashes between an urn and keepsakes," a source said.
Paul Walker was killed last month when the Porsche he was travelling in crashed and burned in Santa Clarita.
His family will mourn the star in a very private service, though certain cast and crew from the 'Fast & Furious' movies will be invited because he considered them kin.