Nevada continuing care retirement communities have so much to offer retirees from around the country. The Las Vegas Strip is always fun but, beyond the neon, a whole other side of Nevada exists. Residents know that the Silver State provides more excitement than the local roulette table. From downhill skiing and hot springs to deserted ghost towns and cantaloupe festivals, living in Nevada continuing care retirement communities is never dull. In fact, there is something fun to do almost every day of the year. Active adults can appreciate the fast paced, yet exciting lifestyle. You worked hard for years, now it is time to play even harder. Who said retirement was boring?

Why not get married? At the very least, you and your new friends from the continuing care retirement community can plan to renew your vows.

Nevada has been known as the wedding capital of the world since the 1930s. Do something crazy this time around and repeat your vows as you bungee jump off of a bridge. You only live once!

If wedding chapels are too wild for you, check out the race track. Nevada has several racing schools where you can learn to drive like the pros. In fact, many Nevada continuing care retirement communities can arrange a day trip to the track. NASCAR fans can enjoy hugging the turns and living out a dream all at over 165 miles per hour.

Your continuing care community may also plan trips for residents to the Lake Tahoe area. Home to Squaw Valley and the 1960 Olympics, Lake Tahoe is a favorite spot for winter sports enthusiasts world-wide. Downhill skiing, cross country, ice skating and snowmobiling are all popular. The warm summer months bring out kayakers, fishermen, and scuba divers. In fact, you can do it all in Nevada.

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