FROM ENTERTAINING TO ENRICHMENT AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN.
What's cooking? Just open the menu and take a look. Meadow Oaks of Roseville's flexible dining program was created to fit your lifestyle and your own individual great taste. Enjoy fresh, healthy choices that are always in season. From new culinary creation to favorite down-home classics, all served through the day in an elegant, comfortable, restaurant-style environment. You're even invited to join your neighbors for a charming Sunday Brunch each week.
Meadow Oaks of Roseville was uniquely created to encourage lifelong learning, community involvement and, above all, personal satisfaction. Strut your stuff with ballroom dancing, explore a museum exhibit, volunteer at a local school and relish the company of new friends — our welcoming amenities give you so many opportunities to enjoy your new life.
Find a floor plan that meets your needs in Roseville, California at Meadow Oaks of Roseville.
Meadow Oaks of Roseville offers an endless array of activities to stimulate, challenge, enlighten and enjoy. We make it so easy to get involved with the community around. Want to volunteer with a local charity? Mentor a child? Or help clean up the environment? Our Meadow Oaks of Roseville Living Volunteer Center helps make your life more rewarding while allowing you to make a difference.
At Meadow Oaks of Roseville, there’s always something going on. With so many clubs to choose from, you can spend time with friends that share your same interests such as bridge, ballroom dancing and golf or discover new hobbies like bird watching and photography. And if you can’t find the kind of club you're looking for, our staff will provide the resources you need to start your own.
Set up your own routine or make an appointment with one of our Meadow Oaks of Roseville trainers for that special one-on-one attention. You’ll even be inspired to try new things like Tai-Chi and more.
We believe knowledge can come from a variety of sources. Whether it’s a class taught by one of our own staff, a professor from a local community college, or even one of your fellow residents, you can take courses on a variety of topics ranging from art and genealogy to languages and travel. You can even earn college credit for your studies.