About Assisted Living in El Paso, TX
The city of El Paso, the seat of El Paso county in Texas, is truly a rare gem among cities. Located just across the border from Mexico, this city has a rich Hispanic culture that can be found among the buildings, the art, the music, the cuisine, and the activities found in the city. Assisted living residents will love the wonderful year round weather and plenty of outdoor activities and services that exist to take advantage of that weather.
What to Expect
Most assisted living communities in El Paso offer the following amenities:
- On-site devotional services
- Daily activities and trips
- Customized meal plans
- Pet friendly housing
- Beautifully landscaped outdoor recreation areas
Senior Friendly Neighborhoods in El Paso, TX
Seniors living in El Paso always feel welcome and respected by a community that reveres it elders. In addition to receiving respect, seniors also feel secure in their health due to the fact that El Paso is the hub for the medical services of west Texas and southern New Mexico. And even if seniors don't have their own vehicle, between a comprehensive bus system and streetcar system, they can easily travel around the city.
Green space is abundant in the neighborhood of Mountain View. Seven parks and two lakes offer endless options for recreation among the single family homes and condos that primarily fill this residential neighborhood.
Silver Springs Village
If you are looking for more diversity in your neighborhood, Silver Springs Village is the ideal place to enjoy assisted living. The diverse culture shows both in the people who live here and the exceptional variety of shops, stores, bars, and restaurants that fill the area. The variety of options means that seniors living in this community rarely ever need to enter any type of vehicle when shopping, dining, or finding recreation.
Active seniors will truly love living in Via Hermosa. Located on the southern side of the city, very close to the Rio Grande, this neighborhood has dozens of bike trails, walking trails, and picnic locations. And due to the high influence of Mexican culture, it is a wonderful place to find traditional Mexican dining, music, and art.
Activities for Seniors in El Paso, TX
The city of El Paso is large enough to include mountains, a valley, and a river. The result of this variety in geography is that there is plenty of outdoor recreation. You can take a trip on the Wyler Aerial Tramway to the top of the Franklin Mountains for some sight seeing or go fishing on the shore of the Rio Grande.
El Paso is also a city that hosts plenty of annual events, which means you can enjoy classic cinema at the Plaza Classic Film Festival in August, float on a raft on the Rio Grande at the KLAQ Great River Raft Race in June, or watch amazing aerial acts at the Amigo Airshow in October.
This is a city that offers year round entertainment for any type of tastes.
Finding Assisted Living in El Paso, TX
If you are trying to choose the ideal assisted living community for you in El Paso, contact our Senior Living Advisors today for professional and caring help.