With easy access to the beach, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and New York City, South Jersey is a surprisingly desirable retirement destination for seniors. Besides their ideal location in the Northeast United States, South NJ retirement communities offer a number of financial benefits for seniors. Read on to find out more!
Our Senior Community in South Jersey
The Evergreens in Moorestown, NJ, is a retirement community that has so much to offer! Take a look to see why you'll want to call this community home.
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for South Jersey Retirees
Browse our interactive map below to learn about some the nearby local amenities in South Jersey. Plus, check out the location of our retirement community.
Beaches: New Jersey has 130 miles of coastline. And several beach towns, such as Point Pleasant and Long Beach Island, are only about an hour away.
Access to Big Cities: Philadelphia is just a short trip across the Delaware River and NYC is a few hours away up the NJ Turnpike (or an hour and a half train ride). This means retirees in South NJ can easily get to all the restaurants, museums, and live entertainment these big cities have to offer.
Outdoor Activities: There are dozens of state parks in New Jersey. Plus golf courses, playgrounds for grandchildren, and much more.
Peace of Mind in South Jersey
Moving to an Acts senior community in South Jersey means that you get dependable healthcare for the rest of your life at rates that won’t change solely based on the level of care. See the video below to learn more.
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
Do you currently live at our South Jersey retirement community but are interested in visiting one of our communities in Florida, Georgia, or South Carolina? Acts residents can enjoy the amenities of any of our 23 other communities throughout the East Coast. It’s yet another perk of living at Acts.
Every one of our 23 Acts communities has 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.