with breathtaking views. All provide the
perfect setting for an active lifestyle.
RECREATION AND MORE
Those who choose to retire here will
find an abundance of recreational
activities – from hiking and biking to
boating, hunting, fishing, among other
activities. Golf is big here, too – with
more than 100 courses in the metro
Denver. The area also has one of the
nation’s largest park systems.
Take the time to enjoy the many cultural
arts options here, including world-class
opera, ballet, symphony and theater.
Admirers of visual arts will find museums
across the region, including one of the
largest art museums in the nation, a
popular family attraction that showcase
sdinosaur fossils, a museum of Buffalo
Bill memorabilia, those with early
Colorado artifacts, and much more. For
more information, refer to the “Leisure”
section of this publication for a snapshot
of popular metro Denver activities,
including sports, arts and culture.
Whether you prefer to live in the thick of
activity in metro Denver, or if you’d
rather settle into a small community in
the metro Denver area and take
advantage of nearby city amenities,
there are plenty of opportunities to be
social and stay active.
ACTIVE COMMUNITIES FOR ALL
The diversity and active lifestyle of
metro Denver’s older adult population is
reflected in the many types of senior
living communities located across the
region, including active adult
communities; independent living
communities; retirement homes; and
continuing care retirement facilities.
With the baby boomers hitting
retirement age and more people retiring
in their early 50s, active adult
communities have only increased in
popularity. These communities are
usually traditional neighborhoods with
homes beginning in the $200s.
With golf courses, community centers,
fitness facilities, nearby churches,
shopping, health care facilities and
entertainment, there’s no shortage of things
to do. Most of these communities do not
accept children, and one of the adults
living in the house must be 50 or older.
Whether you are approaching 50 or
about to hit 90, metro Denver has
plenty of active adult housing to choose
from, no matter what your lifestyle
needs. Ask your real estate agent for
more information about housing that’s
specific to your needs.
TRAVEL, FITNESS AND
FUN IN METRO DENVER
There are lots of opportunities for travel,
fitness and fun throughout the metro
Denver area, whether you’re in the city
Your home should be a place you’d want to write home about.
Welcome to a vibrant community that offers impeccable service,
spectacular Rocky Mountain views and a wide range of engaging
activities. Vi at Highlands Ranch is also Colorado’s only Type A
(the most extensive) Continuing Care Retirement Community. Join
us, and start making these next years the best of your life.
Call 888.767.0184 for a tour, or take one online at ViLiving.com/HighlandsRanch.
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