Knoxville TN Senior Living
With a bustling downtown, museums, historical houses, golf courses and the world famous Knoxville Zoo, Knoxville offers a small town feel with big city attractions.
In Knoxville, seniors will never lack opportunities to enjoy their retirement. Downtown is constantly evolving; boasting numerous festivals, concerts, entertainment and attractions.
Retirees who like to hit the links will love it here! With 13 golf courses within city limits and 26 additional courses within an hour drive, you’ll find yourself driving a golf cart more frequently than a car!
Also, Knoxville hosts over 20 museums, seven historical houses and the University of Tennessee campus. Lastly, you’ll want to check out two attractions for which Knoxville is known – the Knoxville Zoo, known as the Red Panda capital of the world and its Labor Day fireworks show “Boomsday” which is the largest fireworks display in the southeast!
Nestled between the Cumberland Mountains and the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville maintains a moderate climate with an average annual temperature of 58 degrees. As the 3rd largest city in Tennessee and with 12.6% of the population aged 65 and over, we aren’t surprised that Knoxville was named one of Forbes Magazine’s “25 Best Places to Retire in 2012.”
Not only is the cost of living 16.2% lower than the national average, Knoxville also has lower than average healthcare costs – meaning seniors can get the care they need without breaking the bank.
Holiday Retirement has one independent senior living community in Knoxville, conveniently located minutes from downtown.
Senior Living Communities in Knoxville, TN