With friendly people and a refreshing climate, many retirees settle in Franklin County to reap the benefits of their years of hard work. Local seniors enjoy a wide selection of retirement homes and independent living locations with various levels of care from full-time assistance to enjoying their own cottage.
Located on Wayne Avenue, Providence Place Senior Living offers independent living, memory care, rehabilitation and other services. Their amenities include a beauty and barber shop, café, chapel, fitness equipment, library and more. Residents may choose their preferred method of living and participate in the activities they enjoy most.
Other retirement options include the Tower at Falling Springs, SpiriTrust Lutheran, Laurel Lakes Wellness & Rehabilitation Center, The Shook Home & the Quarters at the Shook and many others. Recently, Menno Haven finished construction of their new Resident Life Center at 300 Ridgeview in Chambersburg. The 35,000 square-foot facility includes a 250-person event center, two dining venues, salon, spa, cinema, arts studio and tech bar. Seniors may also find “home” at Penn National Resort Community, Magnolias of Chambersburg, SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE and more.