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Find your perfect senior independent living community in Reno, NV

When looking for a place with affordable housing, outdoor activities, nightlife and entertainment for grandkids, many retirees consider Reno. Luckily, there are plenty of Reno Nevada retirement communities that have it all.

Living in Reno

Known as The Biggest Little City in the world, Reno is well-located and is close to the California border and world-famous Lake Tahoe, which is fun in the summer and winter. At over 4,500 above sea level, Reno offers more comfortable weather than surrounding cities and towns and plenty of amazing views. Those living in Reno have easy access to snowmobiling, hiking, skiing or snowboarding, horseback riding and much more. It’s all within a short drive of downtown Reno.

If you’d rather stay in the city, Reno has you covered with a variety of museums such as the Nevada Museum of Art, live concert venues and lots of great eating options, not to mention fun bars. If you are looking to retire to a city that won’t break the bank but is still fun and interesting, Reno offers it all and should definitely be considered.


Cost Range:

  • Reno residents pay an average of $4,625 a month for Assisted Living.
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