“Serving aging adults and their families by honoring and enriching their lives in a community of Christ-like love”
Type of Community
Continuing Care/Life Plan
Range of Services
Residential Living, Healthcare, Personal Care, Rehabilitation Services, Home Care Services and Adult Day Services.
Apartments, cottages, hybrid homes and suites
Owl Hill Bistro is open to residents, their families and the community! Soups, salads, sandwiches, entrées and desserts are perfect for lunch or dinner. Pizzas are prepared from scratch and cooked in our Woodstone oven with gluten-free options available. Guests at the bistro can experience savory, roasted meats and fish such as rotisserie chicken, salmon, crab cakes, steak and more.
Garden Room Café offers dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Options include pastries, made-to-order eggs, soups, salads, hot entrées, local vegetables, sandwiches and desserts. Stir fry, pasta and omelet stations are a popular way to customize meals.
Azalea Dining Room hosts monthly themed dinners and private events.
Catering service and meal delivery are also available. Meals Plans are optional in cottages, hybrid homes and apartments.
A Sampling of Clubs
Lovers of the outdoors and environment will appreciate the resident-led Friends of the Woods and Wetlands group. There are clubs for model train enthusiasts, cycling, bridge, billiards, table tennis and a women’s Bible study, to name a few. New clubs are being added regularly based on residents’ interests.
Individuals can take pleasure in day trips to local points of interest such as Winterthur, Gettysburg, Lake Tobias and Longwood Gardens, as well as to such destinations as the Finger Lakes and Cape May. Additionally, residents participate in trips to the Fulton Theatre, Senior Games activities and live concerts. There are regularly scheduled trips to local grocery stores and other retail shops. The Pathways Institute for Lifelong Learning is located at Landis Homes and is available for persons in Lancaster County age 55+ to engage in educational, cultural enrichment and service opportunities.
Group exercise is also a great way for residents to make friends, stay connected and stay active. Pictured above is Landis Homes’ water volleyball team. The team is part of a greater water volleyball league that was created to include several retirement communities in and around Lancaster County. In this league, residents play a different retirement community each week.
Fitness options for residents include our state-of-the-art and easy-to-use fitness equipment for cardio and strength training, a beautiful pool and spa and outdoor Life Trail stations throughout the campus. Our wellness program offers instructor-run classes such as Mat Mania, Functional Fit, Power Circuit, Balance classes and Country Line Dancing. Aquatic classes include Aqua Fit, Tai-Chi and Smart Moves.
Volunteers partner with staff and families to fulfill the Landis Homes mission of honoring and enriching the lives of residents. Volunteers can share musical talents, visit care areas, escort residents to their various activities and drive the on-campus shuttle, to name a few.