Saint Simeon’s community is nestled among 50 acres in the beautiful Osage Hills of Tulsa, offering senior residences that provide a majestic and peaceful retreat for the mind, body and soul.
Kay Herring, an assisted living resident, describes the panoramic view of downtown Tulsa from her apartment as “something people would pay millions of dollars for.”
As a Natural Wildlife Habitat accredited by the National Wildlife Federation, Saint Simeon’s is a safe place for beautiful creatures such as peacocks, koi, doves, and others, to raise their young and find food and shelter. Our residents enjoy watching these peaceful forms of wildlife roam throughout the courtyards. Residents also have the opportunity to tend to the grounds if they wish through our resident garden. Each year, our campus “green thumbs” yield a bountiful harvest of tomatoes, sunflowers, pumpkins, and more.
Residents of our senior community benefit from the many walking paths campus-wide. Our own Eckel Park, situated on campus, allows residents the opportunity to take a morning or evening walk while enjoying the hundreds of types of flora and fauna on campus.
In addition, the Saint Simeon’s hosts a monthly Flora and Fauna Committee, in which interested residents, family members, and volunteers can learn more about the unique types of flowers and plants growing on our campus and elsewhere.
Saint Simeon’s senior living community values its current and past residents, and families have an opportunity to pay tribute to their loved ones by sponsoring a tree, bench cluster, or statue. Naturally, Saint Simeon’s beloved first “campus canine,” Simone I, is memorialized through a chainsaw wood sculpture that depicts her alongside our current campus canine, Simone II. This is just one of the many unique sculptures individuals can enjoy during a leisurely stroll around campus.
Saint Simeon’s offers a serene, country retreat that is still close to the fun of downtown Tulsa. We invite you to come tour our beautiful grounds and apartments!
Call (918) 425-3583 to schedule a tour.