About Assisted Living in Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs is a large, urban city located in El Paso County, laid out in easy-to-navigate grids. Home to the only Olympic Training Center and James Dodson's Focus on the Family, the area's scenic wonders, such as the Seven Falls, Cave of the Winds and Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, framed by Pikes Peak to the south and the Rocky Mountain Front Range to the west, is an inviting place to call home.
What to Expect
- Restaurant-style dining with dietary accommodations
- Housekeeping and laundry services
- Private and semi-private accommodations with kitchenettes, full baths, wheelchair-accessible showers and individual climate controls
- Daily activities that foster friendships, promote wellness and encourage independence
- Outdoor areas with raised gardening beds, walking paths and shaded patios
- Beauty salon, barber shop, TV lounge, computer room, library, game room
- Pet-friendly communities
Senior Friendly Neighborhoods in Colorado Springs, CO
Oak Hills – Just south of the Air Force Academy, this mature neighborhood presents magnificent views of the Front Range, Pikes Peak and Devil's Head. This neighborhood is very walkable, with easy vehicle access to major travel corridors; however, transportation via a paratransit service is ideal for seniors.
Rustic Hills – If you love spectacular mountain views, the feel of a smaller metropolitan area, a well-established neighborhood loaded with recreational facilities, and a community designed with its residents in mind, you'll love living in Rustic Hills and enjoy easy access to downtown.
Knob Hill – Don't let the hip and trendy ambiance of this old neighborhood keep you from considering it. With character and charm to spare, Knob Hill is stable, quiet and a walkable distance from downtown.
Anderosa – North of downtown, this well-established, safe and well-planned neighborhood is one of the most sought after in Colorado Springs. The community gives you easy access to recreational areas for skiing, hiking and walking.
Sundown – This neighborhood, just southwest of downtown, is part of the original city's 1871 establishment, so in addition to spectacular scenery, open space and access to wonderful recreational and cultural amenities close by, you'll find a well-established, quiet and mature community.
Activities for Seniors in Colorado Springs, CO
A highly rated museum, the National Museum of WWII Aviation, offers an exciting experience with a guided tour of aircraft artifacts and memorabilia. A carriage, firefighter and numismatic museum keep seniors busy and engaged for hours of education and entertainment. The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, at an altitude of 7,000 feet above sea level, boasts a restored-to-beauty carousel, a popular attraction at the 1932 World's Fair.
Residents love attending performances of the Velvet Hills Chorus, a group of 90 female barbershop quartet singers, entertaining in Colorado Springs for over 35 years. Colorado Springs has a world-class ballet company, and the internationally renowned Pikes Peak Center hosts numerous concerts, plays and dramatic attractions.
Finding Assisted Living in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Call us and let one of our friendly, knowledgeable Senior Living Advisors help you or a loved one find the perfect community to call home.