A Place to Live Well. Live Better!

It’s more than a slogan. At Avalon Park in Cottleville, Live Well. Live Better is a way of life.

Of course, living well and living better means different things to different people, so we’ve created a lifestyle of senior living activities that promote wellness in all forms. That means plenty of options to attract your personal interests and fit your definition of a fulfilling life – whatever it means to you.

From social gatherings and off-site excursions to fitness classes and cardio equipment, we offer so many amenities, choices and opportunities to Live Well. Live Better. Just imagine what such a lifestyle can mean to your health and wellbeing.

Social Wellness

The friendly and social culture of our community reduces the risk of age-related isolation and the physical and mental health effects associated with loneliness, including heart disease, depression and cognitive decline.

Fun, engaged and welcoming, residents here spend time together at planned and spontaneous gatherings. They take group art and fitness classes, invite family and friends to on-campus activities, and stay active with excursions, Happy hours, movie nights and more. Take a peek at our monthly activities calendar to see it all.


Regular organized social gatherings

  • Themed dinners and parties
  • Happy hours
  • Cookouts
  • Clubs and committees
  • Book clubs and discussion groups
  • Regular off-campus events, including cultural and entertainment excursions

Variety of regular on-campus activities

  • Card games and board games
  • Lifelong learning classes and lectures
  • Movies
  • Arts, crafts and hobbies classes
  • Worship groups

Regular off-campus excursions to local attractions

  • Cultural and entertainment events
  • Shopping trips
  • Local park visits
  • Dining outings

Physical Wellness

As we grow older, it’s common to lose strength, flexibility and balance. A lifestyle that includes regular physical activity can help you maintain these core attributes and prevent many age-related health problems. In fact, muscles, bones, heart and lungs, and mental health all improve with senior activity and exercise, so quality of life and independence often depend on physical wellness for seniors.

On-site supportive health services

Fitness and wellness center

  • Strength and weight training equipment
  • Treadmill
  • Reclined cardio bikes with back support

Fitness classes

  • Chair aerobics
  • Weight training

Nutritious dining

  • Locally sourced proteins and produce
  • Varied chef-prepared menus

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