With the mountains rising nearby and the shores of Utah Lake minutes away, experience tranquil senior living at The Ivy at Draper, an independent living community Draper, Utah. The community boasts luxurious amenities, pet-friendly senior apartments, and a thriving social scene designed to make you feel at home.
The surrounding neighborhood includes an array of conveniences such as grocery stores, golf courses, restaurants, and easy access to Interstate 15 and Bangerter Highway. Plus, Wheadon Farm Regional Park is just across the street, featuring paved walking trails, tennis courts, a pavilion, and playground.
At The Ivy at Draper, you can gather with friends in the clubhouse for conversation or retreat to the salon for pampering. Discover your competitive spirit in the gaming room — which includes Giant Scrabble, ping-pong tables, and billiards — or opt for relaxation in the library. Stay fit in the 24-hour fitness center or take a stroll through the courtyard. Additionally, your furry family members can join the fun at the on-site dog park.
The team at The Ivy at Draper also curates a calendar of activities and speakers to engage your mind and body. Think bingo, poker nights, crochet club, or Bible study.
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