Buena Park Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Buena Park Assisted Living Facilities

Harvest Retirement

Review by Jenn J


I didn't care for Harvest Retirement at all. It's very hard to enter, it's not very appealing, and it's such an old place. It's very clinical or hospital-like. I found things that were dirty, and I saw traps...

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Harvest Retirement

Review by Jonni


I met one of the three owners of Harvest Retirement. He was very hospitable and willing to accommodate. They have the ability to provide a single room or a room with a partner. However, they charge an extra $450 to administer the medication...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Buena Park

Buena Park was first known as a dairy center and creamery, but is better known today as Southern California's “Entertainment Zone.” Only 22 miles southeast of Los Angeles and adjacent to Anaheim, this city is home to Knott's Berry Farm, America's first theme park. Thanks to Buena Park's Mediterranean climate and high average of sunshine-filled days, the fun seldom gets rained out for the city's nearly 100,000 residents. An ideal central location and a variety of services for the elderly make assisted living in Buena Park an excellent living choice.

Buena Park Recreation

The city has several local community parks, and nearby beach and mountain retreats are also available to offer seniors who choose assisted living in Buena Park an outdoor respite. A favorite slice of nature in the city is the 105-acre Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, nestled at the foot of the Coyote Hills. Buena Park Downtown is the area's premier retail destination, and the Knott's Berry Farm Marketplace is another fun place to shop. Krikorian theatres, across from the downtown shopping mall, provides 18 large screens playing Hollywood's latest movies in many exciting formats.

Buena Park Activities

Buena Park's location as the "Center of the Southland" puts the city in a prime position to enjoy all the activities that the Los Angeles and Orange County areas have to offer. Despite this convenience, residents of assisted living in Buena Park need not leave their own city limits to find excellent entertainment options. Food and fun come together at both the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament and the swashbuckling Pirates' Dinner Adventure. For a more traditional theater experience, try one of the many events sponsored by the Buena Park Civic Theatre or enjoy a performance of the Buena Park Community Chorus. The Buena Park Historical Society organizes tours of the historic Jayne-Whitaker Estate and Bacon House Museum. Senior residents will find a multitude of activities and services to enhance their lives at the Buena Park Senior Activity Center including scheduled trips, legal services, art instruction, exercise classes and health screenings.

Buena Park Medical Facilities

Since 1972, La Palma Intercommunity Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of seniors enjoying assisted living in Buena Park. In addition to an extensive array of outpatient services, the 141-bed acute care hospital is well known for providing mental health services to residents in both Los Angeles and Orange County. The hospital has been recognized for excellence in providing stroke care, specialized surgical programs and operates a designated Wound Care Center.

Buena Park Transportation

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) provides both bus and Metrolink train services to communities of assisted living in Buena Park. The OCTA's ACCESS and Senior Mobility programs are available to assist the elderly in their travels. The Buena Park Senior Activity Center also operates the ST*R Runabout program to transport members to the center and/or to medical appointments.

Find Assisted Living in Buena Park

Buena Park is said to be one of Orange County's most balanced cities in which to live and play. To learn more about senior living communities in the area, visit our Buena Park Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top