Active Adult Community Features

Many people aged 55 and over are in the process of transitioning to a new phase of life. Events such as retirement and children venturing out on their own may create a desire to establish a different lifestyle and develop new friendships with like-minded individuals in the same age group. The active adult community and facilities at Noble’s Pond in Delaware are designed for those seeking the social benefits of living in a traditional, small-town environment.

Clubhouse

Socialize With Friends and Neighbors at “The Point”

The social hub of our senior living facilities is the “The Point,”  a luxurious clubhouse where activities and amenities abound. Shoot the breeze while shooting a game of billiards or playing a few hands of poker in the game room, or enjoy a pleasant evening of conversation while relaxing on the veranda. Regardless of the activity you choose, you’ll always have the peace of mind of knowing you’re among friends.

Lifestyle Director

There’s always plenty of activity going on at Noble’s Pond. Learn about a few of the many activities that you can enjoy each day.



Amenities

Our residents enjoy a close-knit community that just feels like home.



Plenty of Events to Keep Your Social Calendar Full

Residents  never have to worry about running out of things to do. Noble’s Pond features a full calendar of events throughout the year. Get a little taste of paradise at our Hawaiian Luau, or come along on our fun-filled excursions to Washington, D.C. and baseball games at Blue Rocks Stadium, home of the Wilmington Blue Rocks. There are even organized trips to more “exotic” locales, including the world-renowned entertainment Mecca, Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact our on-staff Lifestyle Director to learn how easy it is to fill your social calendar!

Charitable Events Enabling You to Give Back to Those in Need

The strong sense of kinship that permeates 55 and over communities fosters a giving environment where residents often band together to help those in need. If you have a passion for serving others, get involved with community-oriented activities that include helping to feed the homeless or raising money for a variety of worthwhile causes. Girls’ Night Out to Fight MS is our annual, award-winning event that raised over $18,000 in 2015.