The Patuxent River is a beautiful backdrop for life at Asbury Solomons.
But you can anticipate so much more than scenery at this waterfront retirement community. It’s a place to fish, kayak and paddleboard. It’s where you can spot tundra swan, osprey hatchlings, or bald eagles while on a morning walk. It’s where residents work to improve the health of the river and, ultimately, the Chesapeake Bay through their oyster gardening efforts.
Yes, life is beautiful at Calvert County’s only waterfront retirement community. But it’s also active, meaningful, and full of new opportunities.
Spend your morning volunteering at Maritime Museum on Solomons Island, then head to the pool for some laps before attending a meeting of the Go Green Committee, which promotes environmental stewardship. Gather with friends at Evenings on the Quad, where residents enjoy games, cookout fare and drinks with a front-row seat to our incredible riverfront sunsets.
Part of the not-for-profit Asbury organization, Asbury Solomons is proud to hold accreditation from CARF International, a distinction earned by less than 20 percent of the nation’s continuing care retirement communities.
That gives you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that, should you need it, high-quality care will be waiting for you, including assisted-living suites, 5-star rated skilled nursing, memory support and rehabilitation therapy.
Asbury Solomons is located in one of the most scenic parts of the country — and that natural beauty influences the architecture, interior design and landscaping at Asbury Solomons.
Every article in our library was crafted with one purpose in mind – to help seniors and their loved ones accomplish the goals they’ve set for themselves and maintain the lifestyle to which they’re accustomed.