Natural pathways to living well.
Charming, historic Medford, NJ, was founded in 1847 and was selected by National Geographic Books as one of the nation’s “small town treasures.” Lumberton, founded in 1683 and incorporated in 1860, was originally named for its timber industry and sawmills.
Medford Leas is an accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), spread across two campuses, providing a uniquely fulfilling living experience to adults age 55 and older. Medford Leas also gives back to the community in many ways, click here to learn more.
The heart of the Medford campus is located on 168 acres of The Barton Arboretum and Nature Preserve. With a variety of natural and cultivated features, such as wildflower meadows, paved and natural trails, woodlands, streams with kayak and canoe launches and more, the environment here provides endless opportunities for relaxation and enjoyment of the natural world.
The Lumberton campus, is immersed in 88 acres of greenspace, meadows and woods. This tranquil environment features wildflower meadows, naturalized basins and, at the foot of the campus plateau, Rancocas Creek.
The Barton Arboretum and Nature Preserve offers one of the most extensive plant collections – including natives – in all of southern New Jersey as well as ample opportunities for birdwatching.
Gracious living, close to nature.
Medford Leas believes that it is equally important we remain committed to the nature and beauty that surrounds us, as well as stay in constant communication through both blogs and meetings. Residents regularly create numerous activities as well as lead ongoing excursions. Please visit our websites listed below focused on these various aspects of life at Medford Leas.
The more than 250 acres of The Barton Arboretum and Nature Preserve are spread across the Medford and Lumberton campuses. Whether you enjoy walking on paved pathways or along natural footpaths, the beauties of nature will always be right outside your door. The arboretum defines the close affinity with nature enjoyed by residents.