Cameron Park Assisted Living
There are 4 Assisted Living Facilities in Cameron Park, CA and 30 Assisted Living Facilities nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Seniors will discover that life has never been better than at Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park, where a mild climate and personalized assistance create a lifestyle unlike any other.
Imagine living at Ponte Palmero - a full-service, solar retirement community in Cameron Park that sits on 25 acres and has the largest apartment homes in the area.
Nestled in the heart of northern California’s Gold Country, New West Haven is proud to be El Dorado County’s premier assisted living and adult day program.
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Reviews of Cameron Park Assisted Living Facilities
Eskaton Village Cameron Park is licensed for 49 residents in Assisted Living so everyone knows your name and you instantly feel at home. This is a smaller, cozy facility where the common areas are not very large, so you don't have to worry about getting lost...Read more Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park reviews
I didn’t like Eskaton Lodge. It had a much more skilled nursing feeling to it and wasn’t what we were looking for. We’re still looking for more of an independent feel that has the ability to transfer over...Read more Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park reviews
Eskaton was very well kept and took really good care of my loved one. I was pleased with the place. The staff was right there when he needed help.Read more Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park reviews
The facility is nice and clean and they have apartments as well as independent homes which offer a nice option. The staff isn't the best and are not always friendly or accountable when they make mistakes.Read more Ponte Palmero reviews
This senior living community is ideal for the independent senior looking to live a luxurious environment. The cottages are not your average senior living apartment with marble countertops and full garages which is a rarity in the senior living world...Read more Ponte Palmero reviews
Ponte Palmero was a very nice facility that was closer to my house. I would have lived there. The food and amenities were first-class. They had lovely gardens and garages, which was different because most people didn’t drive. The independent living units were very nice, but there wasn't any space in memory care.Read more Ponte Palmero reviews