3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Clay County, FL

Penney Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
P.O. Box 555, Penney Farms, FL 32079
"We have chosen Penney Retirements Community. It appealed to us because it was close to our daughter, and money wise, they were like 25% to 35% less because it was a non-profit corporation. We..." More


Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1701 PARK AVENUE, Orange Park, FL 32073
"We were making an application in a place called Moosehaven. The staff was very helpful. They gave me some good information, and they were very dedicated. The apartments were very nice. They were..." More

Park of the Palms

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
677 Hebron Avenue, Keystone Heights, FL 32656
"I've chosen Park of the Palms. There is warmth about the entire place. It does not look like a retirement place, and it does not look like an assisted living. In fact, I stayed three nights. They..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Clay County

  • Review of Moosehaven

    My mom will be moving to Moosehaven, it's a continuing care facility, and she will be going to the independent side. Their apartments and villas are very nice. They have lots of activities, like Bi... Read more

  • Review of Penney Retirement Community

    We're happy here at Penney Retirement. We came here to get closer to Mayo Clinic, and I had radical surgery right after we moved in, but the people have been very nice. We are very pleased with our... Read more

    Reva S.
  • Review of Penney Retirement Community

    My parents decided to go to Penny Retirement Community. I believe it’s a community for retired ministers. It’s very friendly, clean, and peaceful. We talked to numerous residents there. We went to ... Read more


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