Cities with Active Adult Communities in Montana


The Auberge at Missoula Valley

  3620 American Way
Missoula, MT 59808

The Rainbow Senior Living

  20 3rd Street North
Great Falls, MT 59401

Big Sky Senior Living on Waterford Way

  3701 Elizabeth Warren Ave
Butte, MT 59701

Bozeman Lodge

  1547 North Hunters Way
Bozeman, MT 59718

Sweetwater Retirement Community

  3140 Sweet Water Drive
Billings, MT 59102

MorningStar of Billings

  4001 Bell Ave
Billings, MT 59106

Hunters Pointe

  2801 Colonial Drive
Helena, MT 59601

Grizzly Peak

  3600 American Way
Missoula, MT 59808

The Iris Senior Living

  1104 6th Ave N
Great Falls, MT 59401

Aspen View

  3075 Avenue C
Billings, MT 59102

Libby Care Center of Cascadia

  308 E 3rd St
Libby, MT 59923

BeeHive Homes of Missoula

  2406 River Rd
Missoula, MT 59804

BeeHive Homes of Hamilton

  842 New York Ave
Hamilton, MT 59840

BeeHive Homes of Great Falls

  2320 15th Ave S
Great Falls, MT 59405

BeeHive Homes of Cut Bank

  318 East Main Street
Cut Bank, MT 59427

BeeHive Homes of Conrad

  205 North Wisconsin Street
Conrad, MT 59425

BeeHive Homes of Columbia Falls

  1660 13th St W
Columbia Falls, MT 59912

BeeHive Homes of Choteau

  1006 Division St SE
Choteau, MT 59422

Prestige Assisted Living at Kalispell

  125 Glenwood Drive
Kalispell, MT 59901

Brookdale Springmeadows

  3175 Graf Street
Bozeman, MT 59715

What are Active Adult and 55+ Communities?

Active Adult and 55+ Communities are geared towards older adults who are able to live independently and who don’t require the services that retirement, assisted living or memory care communities provide.  Many residents still work full- or part-time.  For those seniors who desire a low-maintenance lifestyle, often with resort-like amenities and organized social activities, an active adult or 55+ community may be the right option.  These communities fall into two categories:

1) Age-Restricted – For 55+ communities, in order to comply with the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995, one person must be aged 55 or older in at least 80% of the occupied housing units.  The other 20% of the homes are open to younger adults, sometimes with a minimum age that is established by the community, creating the 80/20 rule.  If the minimum age in the community is 62, then all residents must be aged 62 or older.

2) Age-targeted – These communities are marketed towards the 55+ population, with amenities that promote an active adult lifestyle, but there are no age restrictions.

The types of homes in an active adult neighborhood vary from community to community, as do the range of services and amenities provided.  From small apartments to two- or three-bedroom single-family homes with attached garages, there’s a broad range of housing options available, with many communities offering multiple home styles.  Communities can offer luxurious, resort-like features with multiple, daily planned activities, or be lower-engagement with more simple amenities.  The term “active” adult does not necessarily mean physically active, although these communities often have facilities that help foster a more physically active lifestyle.  Events and outings that encourage social activity are common, and opportunities for mental stimulation, through cultural excursions and enrichment classes, may also be scheduled.  Amenities may include:

There are many benefits to living in an Active Adult or 55+ Community.  These benefits include:

When searching for an Active Adult Community, be sure to keep in mind which amenities are best suited to your lifestyle, choose a location that provides access to what is important to you and take any rules or fees into account.

Use our US map above to begin your search for Active Adult and 55+ communities. Our search results include pictures, floor plans, contact info and pricing where available.


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