West Virginia Retirement Communities

Fairmont, WV (West Virginia) is seen from the Monogahela River. In West Virginia there are 4 Retirement Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

West Virginia Retirement Communities by Region

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Map of West Virginia Retirement Communities

Map of West Virginia Retirement Communities

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Owing to the scenic mountain landscapes and abundance of natural scenery, West Virginia retirement communities offer those in search of active senior living the opportunity to enjoy hassle-free living in an environment with all of the necessary amenities. The state offers plenty of attractions for retirees to enjoy, from a wide range of golf courses to historical attractions such as Harpers Ferry National Historic Park. The Berkeley Springs Historic State Park and New River Gorge National River Recreation Area offer plenty of outdoor activities for seniors residing in the area to enjoy. Not only is the state well known for its abundance of outdoor activities, it is also generally known as a friendly and socially warm place to live.

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West Virginia retirement communities feature a number of comfortable amenities for senior residents. Apartment-style or single-story homes offer plenty of space for residents to stretch out. Retirement communities give residents all of the benefits of a senior-oriented community without any of the restrictions presented by nursing homes and assisted living communities. Seniors who seek the services of a retirement community are still very much active and in relatively good health, requiring assistance only during emergencies.