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Our residents are all unique. But they are all passionate about life at Ginger Cove.

“At first, it was a challenge to learn to hit the croquet ball properly. Then I realized it was an intellectual challenge. I now have good friends throughout the area who play and are able to play in tournaments.”

Typical Day at Ginger Cove:
“Like most residents, my daily calendar is full. I walk or play croquet, shuffleboard, ping pong, interact with the staff on planning events, and meet with friends for dinner. Usually I do a couple of hours a week of volunteer work.”

Byron

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Come be our guest. Take a tour. Ask questions. It’s the best way to decide to be here all the time. Call 410-266-7300 to schedule a tour of our community.

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Welcome to Annapolis’ premier life-care retirement community.

Tucked along the wooded shores of Gingerville Creek, Ginger Cove is a life-care continuing care retirement community that embraces wellness and peace of mind as a way of life. Start your day with a morning swim in the aquatics center, some practice on the putting green, or a kayak paddle. Take in an art lecture. Savor a delicious meal prepared by the  executive chef. Enjoy a night at the symphony. Life at Ginger Cove affords you unlimited ways to spend today with peace of mind about tomorrow. And Ginger Cove’s financial plan refunds 90% of your entrance fee to help preserve your estate.*

Ginger Cove is a life of curiosity, abundance, intelligence and health. Our vibrant, CARF-CCAC accredited community nurtures every aspect of your well-being with resort-style amenities, a rich schedule of daily activities and frequent excursions to downtown Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and beyond.

*Carefully read the Residency Care Agreement for the conditions that must be satisfied before Ginger Cove is required to pay the entrance fee refund.
Ginger Cove is an equal housing opportunity provider.

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