Sheltered Housing & Accommodation Compton Acres
Compton Acres is a small town located in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains. It is the oldest continuously inhabited town in the county and has a rich history spanning over 150 years. Notable landmarks in Compton Acres include the historic Mission Inn, the historic El Monte train depot, and the San Jacinto River. It is also home to a number of cultural attractions, including the San Bernardino County Museum, the San Bernardino County History and Genealogy Center, and the San Gorgonio Pass Wildlife Preserve.
The town of Compton Acres is an attractive destination for retirees and older adults due to its wide range of amenities and services. Senior housing options are available, as well as medical facilities, such as a senior citizens' center and a medical clinic. There are also community events, such as art shows and music festivals, as well as plenty of recreational activities, from hiking and biking to fishing and camping. The town is also close to the San Bernardino Mountains