About Assisted Living in Corpus Christi, TX
Corpus Christi, known as the Sparkling City by the Sea, is a coastal city in South Texas, Nueces County. Corpus Christi boasts stunning beauty, with a thriving downtown area offering an abundance of eateries, shopping, recreation and peaceful beaches. There is a slower pace of living in Corpus Christi, but life here is modern and exciting. In addition to professional baseball, rugby and arena football, many spectators enjoy the weekend sailing competitions on the bay.
What to Expect
- Restaurant-style dining with customized meal plans
- Private or semi-private accommodations with amenities such as kitchenettes, full baths, wheelchair accessible showers and independent climate controls
- Planned activities that encourage wellness, independence and a sense of belonging
- Pet-friendly communities
- Beautiful outdoor common areas with raised garden beds, walking paths, shaded seating and patio areas
- Beauty salon and barber shop, TV lounge, computer room with Internet access, library
- Easy access to medical services
- Transportation to and from appointments
- Group excursions to events and attractions in Corpus Christi
Senior Friendly Neighborhoods in Corpus Christi, TX
Corpus Christi has many neighborhoods from which to choose:
Gardendale – With four golf courses only minutes away, this neighborhood, located on the city's south side, offers lots recreational spots as well as shopping and local restaurants right at your fingertips.
Downtown – Slower-paced doesn't mean boring, and music, comedy and an outdoor amphitheater provide lots of entertainment. Shopping is convenient and the relatively laid-back, family vibe makes this area a great option for seniors.
Calallen – Located 15 miles from downtown for an easy commute, this quiet, close-knit and upscale neighborhood is peaceful and quiet, yet offers all the amenities and services you expect in a big city.
Bay Area – This neighborhood is close to boating, the USS Lexington Museum and the botanical garden and nature center. Bay Area is affordable, convenient to shopping and restaurants and possesses a calm, but invigorating ambiance.
Ingleside – Another neighborhood close to the Bay, with an eclectic mix of families, singles and seniors. The neighborhood features Cole Park, where you can enjoy an outdoor concert or picnic with the grandkids.
Activities for Seniors in Corpus Christi, TX
If you love history, then North Beach is the place to spend some time. The USS Lexington Museum commemorates the history of this World War II aircraft carrier and its presence in the Pacific War. Fishing is popular from the various piers around the Bay and from the Gulf of Mexico. Seabird watching from spots in downtown, the wildlife refuge and the Bay is a wonderful way to enjoy fresh air and sunshine. Just east of the city is the Padre Island National Seashore on Padre Island, a restful oasis in which to relax and take in unmatched natural beauty.
Finding Assisted Living in Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi offers a vast selection of assisted living communities in which to live, so call us and let one of our friendly Senior Living Advisors help you find a new home for you or your loved one.