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Active Lifestyle

An Illinois retirement community that keeps you on your toes

The passing years pose a question for us all. Do we simply listen to what the calendar dictates? Or do we seize the day? The benefit of the active lifestyle available at one of the “least retiring” retirement communities Illinois has to offer speaks for itself.

More than any other Chicago area retirement community, Sedgebrook offers a true independent living experience. You can choose to be as active as you want to be. Pet lovers can walk dogs on our beautiful 72 acre campus. And, with more than 90 clubs, activities and groups that cover a wide range of interests, you’re sure to find something lively and fun to keep you on your toes. Sedgebrook truly is a place unlike other retirement communities in Illinois.

Whether you join the Bike Club or Walking Club, or choose to pursue these invigorating pastimes on your own, our beautifully landscaped campus is laced with nature trails and water views. From biking to ping-pong, water volleyball to gardening, yoga to aerobics, it’s all within easy reach in a warm, welcoming neighborhood atmosphere.

Living Well and Doing More Than Ever.

You might even break down and try Wii® bowling. It’s addictive, competitive fun! The living experience at Sedgebrook is truly about living…every day, and to the fullest. At last, you’ll have the time and the self-contained convenience to do all the things you want to do and willing companions to do them with. It may be time to retire, but you’ve only just begun to live.

Fitness & Pool

If you’re partial to physical activity—the kind that keeps a body vital and fit—you’ve come to the right community. Sedgebrook’s 24-hour Fitness Center gets a constant workout. The indoor Aquatic Center with its pool and hot tub are year-round favorites. It’s clear – if you’re looking at retirement communities in the Chicago area or Illinois in general, you simply need to see Sedgebrook.