If lifestyle is the most important consideration for you when weighing your options for senior living in Calvert County, then Asbury Solomons is a great place to start. As the only accredited waterfront Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Southern Maryland, the experience here is both relaxing and inspiring. Independent living at Asbury Solomons means enjoying the benefits of resort living – biking, fishing and kayaking along the Patuxent River – in a stunning location full of amenities. View our monthly programs and events here.
Enjoy everything from fitness classes and continuing education courses to cocktails and coffee klatches with neighbors. Every aspect of community life has been designed to promote your wellness, whether social, physical, emotional, vocational, intellectual or spiritual.
A basic tenet of Asbury’s hallmark wellness program is that when all six areas are fulfilled, you live a richer, more satisfying life. Living well means more than just having a well-outfitted fitness room and pool, it means having access to a wide range of opportunities to live your best life.
With its unique waterfront location, it’s no surprise that Asbury Solomons has a strong commitment to stewardship of the environment. The Go Green Committee, comprised of residents, promotes this stewardship through awareness and action. One example is the Oyster Initiative, which strives to improve water quality in the Patuxent River and, ultimately, the Chesapeake Bay. In just under 10 years, residents have added more than 2 million oysters to the breakwaters off Asbury Solomons’ dock. Recycling and water run-off project are other projects spearheaded by conservation-minded residents.
At Asbury Solomons, Earth Day isn’t just a day; it’s a monthly series of events and lectures. Our annual celebration is open to the community, including students and other groups interested in learning more about the importance of environmental stewardship. Meet Go Green Committee and Oyster Initiative member Sue Hu.
Meet Asbury Solomons resident Curtis Moore