Over the past decade, senior living has become a lifestyle all its own in Lancaster County. Residential options cover the gamut, ranging from simple studio apartments to entertaining-friendly carriage homes. Amenities know no bounds. Health and fitness facilities are state-of-the-art. Because of what our senior-living communities have to offer, Lancaster County has been deemed as one of the best places to retire in the United States.
Subsequently, the plethora of senior-living communities has helped to add yet another element to the question of what makes Lancaster unique. Senior-living communities contribute to Lancaster’s diverse population. They have become an important part of the economy. Their residents are active members of the community, supporting nonprofit organizations in a myriad of ways.
While access to Lancaster’s senior-living communities has been restricted over the past several months because of COVID-19, they welcome prospective residents to peruse their websites and make appointments for tours. Unfortunately, the pandemic has also caused the cancellation of this year’s Explore Retirement Living Open House, which is always held in October. However, you can visit the website, ExploreRetirementLiving.org, for more information about retirement options in Lancaster County.