Arkansas Retirement Communities

The state capitol of Arkansas in Little Rock, AR (Arkansas) In Arkansas there are 22 Retirement Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Arkansas Retirement Communities by Region

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Map of Arkansas Retirement Communities

Map of Arkansas Retirement Communities

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For the more than 500,000 people over the age of 55 in the state of Arkansas, retirement communities can be a great option. Arkansas retirement communities give seniors access to all that Arkansas has to offer. There are free and low cost attractions throughout the state including museums, visitor centers and historical sites. There are wonderful options to those who love getting out in nature. With many rivers and springs there are opportunities for fishing, swimming or playing golf. Many take advantage of the scenic wildflower route and state parks, investigate the Van Buren Walking Tour, ride the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail or other outdoor adventures. For those who are the indoor type, museums, wineries and cultural centers are abound, including Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame and Neumeier Winery.

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Being part of a group is a great benefit of living in an Arkansas retirement community. They have services that let the residents live independently and have productive lives. Residents have their privacy while still getting the services that they need. There is 24-hour staffing to help with basic housekeeping needs, and staff are also there to respond to medical emergencies and lend assistance in other unexpected situations. Retirement communities often offer special events and activities along with clubs. This helps to keep the residents active and give them a chance to interact and get to know each other