Maryland’s Eastern Shore along the Chesapeake Bay is an incredibly popular retirement destination thanks to its mild weather, great east coast location, and plentiful activities for active seniors. Interested in learning more about amenities at Eastern Shore retirement communities? Read on to learn more about what makes Eastern Shore senior living so special.
Our Retirement Communities on Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Our 66-acre retirement campus in Chestertown, Maryland features great amenities and plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun.
Bayleigh Chase in Easton, MD offers more than you would expect to find at a traditional continuing care retirement community!
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for Seniors Living on Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Use the interactive map to learn about the nearby amenities and attractions on the Eastern Shore. And see the location of our Eastern Shore retirement communities.
- History: The Eastern Shore has featured prominently in several major moments in American history. In particular, the War of 1812.
- Outdoor Activities: Enjoy boating? Fishing? What about golf? The Eastern Shore has plenty to offer outdoor enthusiasts.
- Beaches: Naturally, the Eastern Shore has plenty of great beaches if you’re interested in taking a swim or just soaking up some rays.
Get Peace of Mind When You Retire on the Eastern Shore
When you’re a resident of an Acts Eastern Shore retirement community, you get to relax knowing health care costs won’t increase as your level of need increases. See the video below for more information.
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
Residents of our Eastern Shore senior communities get to visit any of our communities in Georgia, South Carolina, New Jersey, or elsewhere! One of the perks of being an Acts resident is that you can visit any of our other communities 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.