Welcome to Mountain Meadows Retirement
Mountain Meadows is a 55+ retirement community in Ashland, Oregon. Dedicated to the pursuit of active retirement living, Mountain Meadows has received awards for being among the best retirement communities in America. Ashland is a small town of 21,000 residents and is home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Southern Oregon University, and is near Jacksonville, home of the Britt Music Festival. Ashland has been cited as one of the top five retirement towns in the nation, and is nestled in Oregon’s beautiful Rogue Valley. The valley’s temperate climate allows four seasons of recreation: gardening, walking and hiking, bird watching, skiing and reading good books by the fire.
Choose the life you’ve earned
Like the Craftsman Movement upon which this community is based, Mountain Meadows is thoughtfully designed and solidly constructed. Active independent people with interesting backgrounds will be your neighbors.
Mountain Meadows can offer you:
A sound investment. At Mountain Meadows you own your own home, thus making a real investment even after retirement, preserving your estate. The variety of home styles and prices make our
No more moving! A menu of personalized services is available to you on an ala carte basis, allowing you to remain active and independent in your Mountain Meadows
Complete Independence, Sound Investment
and Intellectual Community
Does this sound familiar?
"I'm not ready yet."
"What will I do with
all my stuff?"
Stay in charge of your
Come in and see for
We will surprise you!
best things in life
come to those who
didn't wait to move. And our lives are busier than
ever! Now we're closer to our children and
grandchildren so we can see each other often. We
also have a wonderful life of our own full of
activities and friends. We're so glad we moved at the
---The Killeen family
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In the Beginning
Mountain Meadows in the Movies
Movie filming at Mountain Meadows
Mountain Meadows News
Hilltop Art Gallery
Music at the Meadows
"Residents show their art"
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