Sheltered Housing & Accommodation Huntingdon
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania is a small borough located in the center of Huntingdon County. It has a rich history dating back to 1768 when it was founded by Presbyterian minister, Rev. Dr. William Smith. This quaint town has several historical sites and attractions including the Lincoln Building, the Huntingdon County Courthouse, and the Huntingdon County Historical Society Museum. Notable landmarks include the historic Huntingdon County Jail, the 19th century James House, and the Ritz Theatre.
Huntingdon is an attractive destination for retirees or older adults due to its numerous senior housing options, medical facilities, and community events. The Huntingdon County Senior Center offers a variety of activities and services for senior citizens, such as health screenings, educational seminars, and social events. The borough also boasts multiple medical facilities and pharmacies, as well as a variety of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. For those looking for a peaceful retirement, Huntingdon is a great choice.