1550 East River Road, Tucson, AZ 85718
Our amenities include an entertainment lounge, a movie theater, chapel, and two, erudite, well-stocked libraries. Professional and certified staff are available around all hours for the immediate care needs of residents. Concierge services ensure all your needs are met. And, our wellness center offers check-ups and monitoring of your health needs. Meals and snacks are provided in our prime facilities, with private dining also available. Ethnic and vegetarian cuisine is also offered by our chef. Courtyards with walking paths...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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I am writing this review for my aunt who has lived there for three years, but is not computer-literate. She asked me to share her views as she felt it was her duty to put her “two cents in.” She absolutely loves Campana del Rio. She believes that moving there was the best decision she’s made as a senior adult. (and it was a hard one.) She claims that the staff are friendly and helpful, the food is good, (and she is a tough critic,) the setting is beautiful, and the activities are fun and not just boring old bingo. And she respects their efforts to mitigate Covid 19. All in all, she thinks that the facility and staff sincerely care about her, and are doing the very best they can to ensure that her “golden years,” are exactly that.
What a lovely community while visiting the area I checked out this community. Possibly moving to the area and will need a great place for a family member. Prices seemed competitive. I heard great things about the staff. Plenty of activities!
Warm and compassionate staff
This is a great community. My mother loves it. This is a terrific option for a community. The staff are also terrific and they communicate well with us.
For the past year as a resident, I have truly experienced a place to call home at Atria Campana Del Rio. I have been given security, safety, and a satisfying independent lifestyle. My sincere thanks to the staff and management!
This is a great place: very clean and very helpful. If a complaint regarding the food services, the main chef comes to talk to you.
Small enough to offer a great range of services without compromising any needs of the residents. Well trained staff
This is a safe place for mom and dad. The community makes it worth it. There are two interpreters on staff to assist the deaf community. The community has also started classes for Sign Language to allow residents to communicate with those that are deaf. There are a lot of activities going on.
I love it. The staff are wonderful. The food is incredible. I like that they offer a lot of heathy choices. They offer a good amount of activities, although it's hard to please absolutely everyone. But activities have been improving as restrictions are easing up. I feel it's a great value and definitely way better than the last place I was at. That place makes this one seem like heaven. It's like they can't do enough for your here. Yesterday they had a lady going around with an Edy's cart offering slushies. And they come around often with different drinks and refreshments. It's amazing. I can't say enough good things. It's refreshing how polite everyone is. They're always concerned about how you're doing and respond to every need. Communication is excellent. There's a shelf outside my room where they place letters about what's going on in the community. The information highway couldn't get any better. There's always some kind of information they're relaying, which has been great. There's a 4-5 page newsletter featuring stories on different residents in the community. I like that I can get my exercise in to go pick up my mail. They had musical entertainment yesterday. It's definitely an incredible place. And I'm picky! But at 71, I think I've earned that. I can't recommend them enough.
My virtual tour here was good. I was really surprised at how nice a facility it was, from what I could see. The lady who led the tour was very nice. Keep in mind, this is a sales person, and I know that. When we got to the place where we were deciding if we were going to keep our loved one home as long as we could, vs. moving her to a facility, Covid was pretty rampant. We just felt she was safer at home. And our other concern with placing her was definitely the cost. But the tour gave me a good feel for the facility. Between taking me on the virtual tour, showing me all the stuff she had to show me, and going over what they were capable of taking care of, it was very informative. And I got to see all of it without having to arrange for a trip there in person.
My wife and I moved into the community in December of 2020. We were immediately struck by the friendliness and helpfulness of the young staff. They seemed to anticipate our needs even before we had a chance to tell them, and they took care to service them immediately. This iis a truly wonderful experience for us, and we are very happy in our choice of Atria Campana del Rio as a place to live. I am happy to give this place a 5-star rating.
Recommended by family doctor. Been here for three years. Very happy to be here and have made many friends. The executive director and Activities director do everything they can to make us happy.
Location is close to my daughter. Like the way they keep the grounds. Transportation is very useful. Location is close to first responders. Staff of all departments do a very good job.
Thank you to the wonderful team at Campana for making this chapter of my grandmother's life so fulfilling. None of us in the family expected that she would be able to make friends and flourish after my grandfather, her husband of 56 years, passed. Her happiness at this stage of her life is more than we had hoped for! Especially as our visits have been so limited during this pandemic to speaking over the phone and doing FaceTime calls. We appreciate all of you!
With the passing of my spouse, I sold my house ,and moved to an apartment.After two weeks it was apparent that I had few culinary skills,and meals were a hassle...After searchhing for an alternative,I was told to look into senior independent living.I checked out a few,and they seemed nice,but when I arrived at the Atria Campana Del Rio it seemed like I was checking into a five star resort.The archetecture and landscaping were beautiful. The inside is what counts though,and I have not been disappointed.It starts with the staff,who are helpful and friendly,and are bent on making your stay as happy and carefree as possible.This includes three meals per day,weekly cleaning of the apartment,laundry facilities,and a well stocked library . It seams as though we are all part of the same team ,and are ready to help each other out.Activities have been hindered by the lockdown..I have been a resident here for the past seven months,and I certainly have made the right choice.
I was a little nervous about what to expect at my lunch tour with all the Covid precautions. To my delight, I had a well put together lunch with a happy and talkative food server. I observed her responding to residents by thier names. I appreciated being served the same food that was being served to the community that day. I will definitely keep this place in mind.
Had a Family Member stay here and went to visit. We were afraid of what we would see.. BUT WOW! A Heated pool.. Court yard, Dining area like in a Restaurant. And REAL Chefs.. Totally shocked at the place. From our greeting at the front desk to the whole day of activities..
I toured so many communities in Tucson before I came into Campana and got that feeling I need to feel; I know that my Mom will enjoy herself here. Convincing her to move here from Ohio is a big deal and I really want the right place for her. From the lovely young woman who welcomed and screened me to the man who toured us was knowledgeable and I appreciated how he introduced me to others who already live there. I believe that I am making the right choice!
WELL cared for Property, Heated Pool, Perfect courtyard to relaxe in. Trees, trees ,trees. and Grass to enjoy.
Atria Campana Del Rio was a good second choice. My loved one would have had a really large, nice patio that looked out on a courtyard. But she would have had to give up her kitchen, and she wasn't ready to give up cooking just yet. We found another place that offered full kitchens in the apartments, and that sealed the deal for her.
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