Groups and Clubs Bring Your Community Together

Active adult communities thrive because of their members’ activity groups and social clubs. When selecting an active adult community, it’s important to keep in mind what type of activities you like to participate in and search out the communities that offer those services.

Whether your goals include becoming more social, physically fit, or having diverse experiences, life in an active adult community is designed to help you stay healthy and maintain an active lifestyle. Here are a few popular and typical activities available at active adult communities. Don’t see something that suits you? LifestyleLink helps you create a new group or club for your specific interests! LifestyleLink makes it easy to create an online source for all your group’s resources. It all starts with creating a group or club on your LifestyleLink residents’ portal.

Fitness Classes

Active adult communities have well-equipped exercise rooms and fitness centers that often host a range of fitness activities from Zumba classes, Pilates, Yoga, water aerobics and low-impact aerobics among other things. Fitness classes and exercise rooms help people living in these communities stay healthy.


Age-restricted communities usually have a number of lower-impact sporting activities that help people living there stay as healthy and as fit as possible. Sporting activities like basketball, tennis, table tennis and softball, bocce ball, pickleball as well as bowling and croquet are often available.

Arts and Hobbies

Many active adult communities have designated art studios. The communities ensure that creating exciting new objects is an integral part of adults living there. They also make sure people with hobbies that require constant tinkering, dedication, and a place to work on their hobbies are all made available for them.

Special Interest Groups and Clubs

Active adult communities bring like-minded people together and offer them a variety of groups and clubs geared toward individual interests and socializing. Social groups and special interest groups give residents a chance to meet regularly, discuss topics that interest them, socialize and plan events that will benefit them.

Cards and Games

Almost all active adult communities have specific amenity locations used for games like Scrabble, bunko, dominoes or chess. A game like bingo is perfect for residents of these communities, especially when there is a large group included. Other activities like trivia nights or group video games are also great to exercise the mind and body.

When selecting an active adult community, keep in mind the activities in which you like to participate and search out the communities that offer those services.