The Gulf Coast, which is the coastline along the Southern United States and Gulf of Mexico, is a dream destination for retirees. There’s good reason why there are so many great Gulf Coast retirement communities throughout Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. Because in addition to the beaches, great weather, and fun activities, Gulf Coast senior living also provides financial benefits to retirees.
Our Retirement Communities on the Gulf Coast
Westminster Village offers all the amenities you’d expect from a top-class community, plus the friendly, Southern charm of Alabama.
Our Pensacola retirement campus features 120-acres of amenities, and easy access to the Gulf Coast.
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for Seniors Living on the Gulf Coast
Use the interactive map to learn about the nearby amenities and attractions on the Gulf Coast. And see the location of our retirement communities.
Great Weather: Even in February, the average temperature in Mobile, AL is 55 degrees. And in Pensacola, FL it’s 56 degrees.
Outdoor Activities: Thanks to this great weather, the Gulf Coast is ideal for seniors who love to spend time outdoors – whether it be golfing, hiking, or hanging out at the beach, there’s something for everyone!
Beaches: From Texas to Florida, the Gulf Coast has some of the most gorgeous beaches the United States has to offer.
Get Peace of Mind When You Retire on the Gulf Coast
When you’re a resident of an Acts Gulf Coast retirement community, you get peace of mind knowing health care won’t increase in cost just because your level of need increases. See the video below for more information.
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
If you live in one of the Acts’s Gulf Coast senior communities, you can visit any of our communities in Pennsylvania, Georgia, New Jersey, or elsewhere at no additional charge! One of the perks of being an Acts resident is that you can visit any of our 26 other campuses throughout the Eastern Seaboard.
All of these Acts communities have attained the senior industry’s mark of excellence, having been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent accreditor of health and human services organizations.