Retirement is a great time to make a move to beautiful Roseville, California, a community that offers the warmth of a small town with all the benefits of a thriving and vibrant city just 20 miles northeast of Sacramento.
Thanks to the consistently warm climate, Roseville is perfect for enjoying a carefree and healthy lifestyle year-around at the many parks, restaurants, venues, and events that make Roseville so special. Take a look at all that’s in store for retirement in Roseville, CA at Sonrisa Senior Living!
Excellent shopping options
With all the changes in shopping these days, it’s nice to know that retirement in Roseville means living in a shopping mecca. For starters, Fountains at Roseville is an upscale mall with 40 stores and boutiques and nine restaurants offering casual and fine dining as well as attractions throughout the year. Another great shopping venue is Westfield Galleria at Roseville with 170 stores and 36 restaurants featuring something for everyone from a snack to a full meal in an elegant setting, or try Creekside Town Center for everything from books to clothing to electronics and casual eateries throughout.
Explore foody heaven
In addition to the many restaurants noted above, retirement in Roseville includes such specialties as Buca di Beppo for classic Italian served family style, or go South American at Flame & Fire Brazilain Steakhouse for all-you-can-eat slow-roasted meat and seafood dishes. Another amazing option is La Provence Restaurant & Terrace, a 2022 Open Table Diner’s Choices award winner, for French country cuisine.
For a more causal ambiance, check out Yard House for a variety of menu choices made from scratch as well as a great beer selection, or Goose Port Public House for your favorite appetizers, burgers and more.
Retirement in Roseville is also full to the brim with fun festivals throughout the year like the Fair Oaks Chicken Festival in September with vendors, contests, great food and beverages , live music, and a dance to round out the day. Close to home is the BerryFest Strawberry Festival on Mother’s Day weekend in Roseville featuring a farmers market, food, and arts and crafts vendors, contests, and the Little Miss Strawberry Pageant. In early October head over to the Loomis Eggplant Festival for a weekend of live music, a really amazing Chalk Art Contest, great food and vendors. For those who love a carnival, the Rocklin Community Festival in May offers good old fashioned carnival rides as well as live entertainment, food and fun for everyone of all ages.
Experience the arts
Enrich life with the many fine art opportunities available with retirement in Roseville. Start at the Sacramento Fine Arts Center with four galleries that are free for the public to enjoy and feature the work of diverse artists and a gift shop with fun and fanciful hand-crafted items. Enjoy a night out at the Benvenuti Performing Arts Center in Natomas which features unique and thought-provoking productions including theatre, dance and music, or take a short ride to The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley for diverse theatrical productions, exhibitions, and musicians and vocalists that span beloved favorites to newly acclaimed artists and renowned speakers.
Like all of California the greater-Roseville area is steeped in history and there are many places to learn and experience that richness when spending retirement in Roseville. For example, take a deep dive into the past at the Maidu Museum and Historic Site, home to artifacts from the ancient Nisenan Maidu people including trails with ancient petroglyphs and native plants and animal species, as well as special exhibits and events that speak to Native American traditions. Also nearby is the Sierra College Natural History Museum, a great place to bring grandkids to learn more about natural history and ecology, and the Carnegie Museum and Archives, which is home to treasured historical relics from Roseville’s past.
Enjoy nature’s bounty
Nature is a renewing force and retirement in Roseville offers plenty of ways to get out and enjoy it. A great place to do just that is the Miners Ravine Nature Reserve in nearby Granite Bay with walking trails, granite outcrops and benches for taking a break. The Effie Yeaw Nature Center also offers peace and tranquility on the Nature Study Area trails, and the chance to see and learn about resident animals like raptors, turtles, snakes, and gophers. Or get away to Arcade Creek Nature Area and the trailhead of Jo Smith Nature Trail following flowing creeks and shaded by large trees.
Retirement in Roseville offers diverse ways to learn and grow, enrich life and make the most of every carefree moment. Contact us today to learn more about what Sonrisa Senior Living has to offer and schedule a tour!