Greet the day with a morning walk or a cup of coffee on the front porch. You have an exciting day ahead of you — meeting with your fitness group, taking a trip to a local museum, stirring up some friendly competition during an exciting trivia game, and winding down in the evening with a yoga class or a glass of wine. From leisure activities to our exciting local events, our residents enjoy resort-style living, perfectly blended for relaxation, wellness and fun.
Designed to challenge, inspire and connect with our residents, our activities and events vary from week to week, and make each day meaningful. Whether that means taking time for quiet rest and meditation or getting together to laugh and reminisce, our activities are planned around each resident’s interests, preferences and abilities. That’s why we love collaborating with our residents for special occasions, educational opportunities, day excursions or lunch outings. There’s always something to look forward to, including:
The fun and entertainment doesn’t stop at our community — you’ll get a taste of the local history and culture through outings to the museums, and at any one of our live theatre venues, including the Starlight Theatre, Coterie Theatre, and the Kansas City Repertory. For outdoor enthusiasts, plan a picnic in the park on a sunny afternoon, or wind your way through nature on beautiful walking paths and trails. With such close proximity to Kansas City, there are endless places to explore and discover.
Raymore offers hometown comfort and charm, with nearby access to city conveniences. Unique restaurants, boutique shopping, entertainment venues, along with premiere hospitals give our residents peace of mind, along with exciting activities for day trips or excursions. But don’t take our word for it — see for yourself all that our exceptional community has to offer. At Foxwood Springs, you’ll find numerous popular destinations nearby, including:
One of Foxwood Springs most unique features is FSTV, our closed-circuit television station. The resident-run station is broadcasted out to residents five days a week. Residents are interviewed and share stories of interesting hobbies, travel and past careers. Area schools are aware of our station and volunteer to entertain with music, drama or debate productions. Often local politicians and members of our professional sports teams visit for interviews.