Encinitas Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Encinitas Assisted Living Facilities

Atria Encinitas

Review by Local Professional


Atria Encinitas has nice outdoor sitting areas and plenty of mature trees on property that provide good shade. This facility also has an ‘Anytime Café’ where residents can come enjoy a snack in between meals. There are a few walking areas on property but nothing very huge...

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Atria Encinitas

Review by Diane


My mother moved into Atria. It's clean and she likes the food. It's comfortable, they give her everything she needs, and it's great.

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Encinitas

Encinitas is beautiful ocean side city that is composed of five communities, all with their own distinct and charming personalities: Old Encinitas, New Encinitas, Leucadia, Cardiff-by-the-Sea and Olivenhain. Aside from its fabulous beaches and very mild climate, the city is also known for its flower-growing industry, particularly poinsettias. The cultural diversity and laid-back way of life makes assisted living in Encinitas ideal for seniors looking into long-term residential options.

Encinitas Recreation

Each of the five different communities within Encinitas has something to offer. In Old Encinitas one can find the beaches. New Encinitas contains the Encinitas Ranch Golf Course and the shopping district, Downtown 101, composed of restaurants, shopping centers and sidewalk cafes set against historic architecture. Leucadia is where unique stores and art galleries abound. Cardiff-by-the-Sea is home to the Lux Art Institute. Olivenhain is open horse country, exploring a more rural way of life. There are six beaches in operation, and scenic viewpoints are plentiful. Parks and trails within the city are nearly as beautiful as the beaches, and residents of assisted living in Encinitas have ample access to both. For individuals who enjoy live theater, the historic La Paloma Theater is a great place to go to.

Encinitas Activities

Part of what makes living in Encinitas so enjoyable are the cultural activities and events. The Annual Fall Festival, formerly called the Poinsettia Festival, is held every November, while Oktoberfest celebrations are held on the third Sunday in September in New Encinitas. The Wavecrest Woodie Meet is an annual weekend affair that showcases up to 300 wooden-bodied cars as well as surf-related activities. Individuals seeking a more relaxed or peaceful activity might enjoy the San Diego Botanic Garden or the Self-Realization Fellowship Hermitage and Meditation Gardens, or even visit the San Dieguito Heritage Museum. The Encinitas Community and Senior Center is equipped with facilities that provide recreational, educational and social activities for residents of assisted living in Encinitas to enjoy.

Encinitas Medical Facilities

Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas is a facility that boasts a full range of clinical and surgical services, including the first certified Primary Stroke Center in North County, a state-of-the-art imaging center and 24-hour emergency care. In Oceanside, the Tri-City Medical Center is a highly rated hospital, known for its cutting-edge technology and outstanding patient care. Palomar Medical Center in Escondido is an acute care hospital that makes use of the breakthrough da Vinci Robotic Surgery program and offers first-class cardiac and vascular care.

Encinitas Transportation

North County Transit District is the main transportation service in Encinitas, and their buses and trains conveniently go into the city and throughout other parts of the north county, making transfers to other stations easy. Paratransit services, or the LIFT program, make travel convenient and easy for residents of assisted living in Encinitas. With the warm weather a wide range of engaging events and activities, assisted living in Encinitas is an easy choice. Visit our Encinitas Assisted Living page to view a list of local housing options. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top