Active and Care-Free Retirement Living
Imagine — a life without the cares of housekeeping, fixing the roof, or shoveling snow. A life with indoor pools and fitness classes, with lush trails and gardens just outside your door. A life where fresh, scratch-made restaurant-style meals are made for you every night.
At RiverWoods Exeter, you can lead the same independent life you lead now, only better.
Best of all, RiverWoods Exeter offers you the security of guaranteed access to high-quality health care, should you need it in the future. We are centrally located in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire, just minutes from the coast, near scenic Portsmouth, and with easy access to Boston.
There are so many things to do in this area.
I visit the Exeter farmer's market every Thursday after my yoga class. This weekend, my friends and I are going to see an exhibit at the MFA in Boston.
Explore How RiverWoods Exeter Can Fit Your Future
It’s More Affordable Than You Think
Choosing RiverWoods is a smart financial decision, offering an independent, hassle-free life now and security for your future.
See Our Floor Plans
RiverWoods offers a vast range of beautiful one and two bedroom homes and cottages.
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Surround Yourself With Nature and Friends
Join an active community of residents living a full life. Whether you’re looking for cultural variety or a peaceful pastoral setting, you’ll experience the best of both worlds at RiverWoods Exeter. Our three campuses are surrounded by trails and woodland, just minutes from the New Hampshire seacoast, but with easy access to Portsmouth, Portland, and Boston.
I have more freedom
to enjoy the things I'm passionate about - like painting, volunteering in the community, and travel - now that I don't have to worry about yard work, cleaning, or even cooking dinner every night.
What's Going On at RiverWoods
In the News: Justine Vogel Featured in NH Union Leader
RiverWoods CEO: 10,000 people a day turn 74 by Kimberley Haas, Union Leader Correspondent Originally published on March 11, 2020 The CEO of…