Eskaton Lodge Gold River Senior Living
Experience our Care-Free Senior Living
Eskaton Lodge Gold River is a beautiful community on the fringe of the American River Parkway. Residents enjoy a gorgeous, yet comfortable setting with customized programs, such as Dayspring Pre-memory Care and Dawn of a New Day Memory Care, and a host of amenities assuring there is always something enriching to do, no matter your age or interest. Our staff focuses on wellness, nutrition and socialization to enhance the life experience of each resident.
The Eskaton Lodge Gold River neighborhood is complete with tree-lined streets and pathways for casual walks and pet-friendly strolls. The picturesque campus is close to shops, restaurants and medical plazas. Our location, just outside of Sacramento, puts our neighborhood in perfect proximity to local theater, museums and shopping areas like Arden Fair Mall, the Pavilions, the Palladio and the Folsom Premium Outlets. Our team plans outings twice a week to places like shopping centers, special community events or picnics in addition to a full calendar of activities, classes and musical guests.
While at home, the Lodge has postal, ancillary services, pharmacy and salon services available on campus. Our staff is available 24-hours a day to help provide assistance. Many members of our team have been with us for more than eight years and are part of the tight-knit community that residents enjoy.
When you are ready to leave behind the burden of maintaining a home, want the security of round-the-clock assistance, or just want to make new friends and discover new passions, Eskaton Lodge Gold River offers a convenient environment for seniors looking to enrich their lives and enjoy their independence.
Eskaton Lodge Gold River is all about making sure you’re experiencing the highest quality of life. We invite you to see why we believe age is beautiful; reflecting the lives and stories of older adults in our community.
Eskaton Lodge Gold River
11390 Coloma Road
Gold River, CA 95670
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