Who Needs Independent Living
Many seniors in Cheyenne choose independent living because it allows them to enjoy life without having to deal with the challenges of home ownership. Many couples and individual residents require personalized levels of care and by living in an independent retirement community, they are provided with many services and amenities such as housekeeping and transportation, helping the residents to experience as much freedom as possible. Independent living communities in Cheyenne are designed to help provide residents with a safe and secure atmosphere where they can enjoy a healthy and invigorating lifestyle.
What To Expect
Several of the independent living communities in Cheyenne provide amenities such as:
- Transportation Services
- In-Home Care
- Exercise Programs
- Friendly Neighbors
- Social Activities and Events
- Meal Planning
Some of the Cheyenne independent living communities also refer to themselves as retirement communities. Contact us and we can help you to locate the community that will provide what you need the most.
Activities for Seniors in Cheyenne, Lamarie County
As the capital of Wyoming, the city of Cheyenne offers many amazing activities and events for seniors. Here are just a few of the many things for seniors to enjoy in the city.
Spend the day in the amazing Lions Park and experience the beauty of the Cheyenne Botanical Gardens in downtown Cheyenne. This incredible 9 acre oasis is filled with exhibits and displays of local plants and wildlife. The Botanical Gardens also provide visitors with seasonal gardening lectures, educational classes, an urban conservation expo and stained glass show. Membership in the Botanical Gardens is available.
Curt Gowdy State Park
Recently declared an "epic" trail system, the Curt Gowdy State Park offers over 35 miles of scenic trails that are well maintained and marked, allowing hikers and mountain bike riders to enjoy the atmosphere of this amazing location.
Wyoming State Museum
Experience a variety of exciting collections and exhibits as you stroll through the Wyoming State Museum. Some of the galleries include Wyoming's Story, the history of cowboy's and soldiers in the territory, dinosaur exhibits from the area and the coal mines and economical resources of the state.
Cheyenne takes great pride in celebrating is heritage and one example of that is the Cheyenne Frontier Days Arena. As the location of the annual Frontier Days Rodeo, the Arena seats over 19,000 people. Located at Frontier Park, Frontier Days is an annual event that residents look forward to each year.
Finding Independent Living in Cheyenne
If you want to experience retirement in a socially active independent living community in the Cheyenne area, contact us for a free consultation. Our Senior Living Advisors can help guide you through the process of deciding which community meets your needs the best.