River Oaks Place Loudon

Loudon, Tennessee

River Oaks Place Loudon was initially constructed in 1939 and was named after the legendary businessman and philanthropist, Col. Charles H. Bacon. The community offers exceptional senior care in the heart of Loudon, Tennessee and is surrounded by a wealth of history in the area.

The three-story brick building features 40 suites designed for seniors who require Assisted Living or Memory Care Services.

The six-acre wooded hilltop location offers extensive, open views of the countryside and nearby Tennessee River, yet is only a few blocks down Grove Street from banking, cafes, the Loudon County Courthouse and historic district, and the new riverfront Loudon County Senior Center.


Community

  • Craft & Hobby Areas
  • Outdoor Garden Area
  • Covered Patios
  • Living Room & TV Lounge Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Salon

Personal

  • All-Inclusive Rates (without add-on fees)
  • Private and Shared Suite Options
  • Various Sizes of Suites Available
  • Guest Room Accommodations (as available)
  • No Length of Stay Commitment
  • Short Term Respite Care Options
  • Wellness Programs
  • Customized Personal Care Assistance
  • On-site Medical Care such as Therapy & Podiatry
  • Choices Provider (Medicaid Funding Assistance)
  • Housekeeping, Personal Laundry & Linen Service
  • Emergency Response System
  • Local Transportation Program
  • Monthly Activity & Social Calendar with Events and Outings Designed to Engage the Mind, Body, and Soul
  • Physician & Nursing Oversight
  • Nutritious Meals & Snacks with Alternative Options
  • Trained & Experienced Staff that Through Daily Interaction and Collaboration Become an Extension of Family

The Town

  • Views of the Smoky Mountains and Tennessee River
  • Within Minutes of Fort Loudoun Medical Center and Loudon County Senior Center
  • One Block from Historic Downtown Area with Southern Charm Shops, Antiques, and Restaurants
  • Civil War Trail Site
  • Appalachian Quilt Tour
  • National Campground Site in Greenback that is on the National Register of Historic Places
  • Sequoya Birthplace Museum
  • Historic Lyric Theatre & Loudon County Courthouse
  • Tellico Village Community
  • Home to Tennessee Valley Winery & Sweetwater Valley Farms