Elliot Lake – one of Ontario’s most affordable retirement communities
Are you looking for an affordable place to retire but are not willing to compromise on amenities and charm? A place that is beautiful, friendly and where nature is just steps from your front door? Look no further than Elliot Lake, where rents start at just $545 per month.
Nestled in beautiful northern Ontario, the city of Elliot Lake appeals to outdoor enthusiasts seeking leisure and a slower pace of life. Its small-town charm and big-city amenities are a big part of what attracts retirees as well. Regardless of what attracts them, they all find huge savings by retiring in Elliot Lake, allowing them to do as they wish in their retirement.
The Elliot Lake Retirement Living Corp. has been offering modern rental accommodations in the city for 28 years, attracting thousands of retirees who appreciate the value and appeal offered in the community. Monthly rents for apartments start at $545 per month, townhomes from $800 per month and homes from $885 per month.
Everything you need
Whatever first attracts them, everyone can appreciate the presence of a first-class hospital, access to a continuum of care, and a low crime rate. Elliot Lake also boasts an efficient transit system, as well as 24-hour ambulance, fire and police services. With more than 400 businesses and services, residents in Elliot Lake enjoy a multitude of everyday amenities. Local proprietors, along with national retail chains, offer everything from clothing to furniture. Elliot Lake is home to national chains such as Foodland, No Frills, Rona, Canadian Tire, Pet Valu, Shoppers Drug Mart and Rexall. In addition, the community is serviced by the five major banks.
In Elliot Lake life is active. There are two beautiful beaches within the community along with countless lakes in the area for canoeing, boating, fishing and kayaking. Along with a number of hiking trails, Elliot Lake is home to cross-country ski trails, a tennis club, curling club, fitness centres and an indoor municipal swimming pool, as well as snowmobile and ATV trail systems. Stone Ridge at Elliot Lake, an 18-hole championship golf course and Mount Dufour, a downhill ski area, are within the city limits. Perhaps because Elliot Lake and its surrounding wilderness are much-loved subjects for canvases and photographs, the city has become home to a dynamic arts and cultural community. Numerous clubs offer places for people of all ages to partake in drama, dance, music, pottery and amateur theatre. An abundance of community groups and associations also contribute to a well-balanced lifestyle.
For further information, call ( 1.800.461.4663 ) or visit the website. Elliot Lake Retirement Living 289 Hwy. 108 North, Elliot Lake, Ont.