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If a retiree enjoys outdoor activities, he or she will love life in one of the many Montana retirement communities. The state offers a large variety of outdoor activities including; hiking, hot springs, biking, bird watching, camping, horseback riding, hunting, golfing and even llama treks. Fishing enthusiasts can almost imagine catching a few rainbow trout and taking them home to fry them for the evening meal. There’s nothing quite like fresh food from the great outdoors.
There are surpluses of scenic adventures to be found throughout the state. The photography lover can find mesmerizing photo opportunities in Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park. There are wildlife viewing tours offering opportunities to see and enjoy the abundance of animals throughout the state. At any time, individuals can take a relaxing scenic drive through the country and see what wonders can be found around the next bend.
Individuals may wonder how Montana retirement communities differ from other types of senior living such as assisted living, memory care or nursing homes. Retirement communities offer independent living which allows seniors to come and go as they please. Individuals set their own schedule, visit neighbors, go on outings, shopping and do not have to check in or out with anyone. The benefit to a retirement communities is that the dwelling is smaller, almost like an apartment, so it is easier to maintain. These communities do offer services such as gardening, housekeeping, and laundry. These communities are not for individuals who need assistance with daily living tasks such as taking medication, cooking, bathing, dressing or who are in need of skilled nursing services such as a nursing home would offer.