Connected. Supported. Flexible.
Independent and supportive living in Northern Alberta
Emerald Gardens Retirement Residence
Welcome to Emerald Gardens, a modern and welcoming retirement community that’s perfect for seniors seeking to maintain their independence while enjoying access to helpful care services and amenities. At Emerald Gardens, you’ll enjoy a friendly small-town atmosphere, spacious suites, and top of the line safety features so you can retire in comfort and style.
Located in Grande Prairie in Northern Alberta, within walking distance of numerous shops and services, our welcoming community provides plenty of social and recreational activities while respecting your privacy and independence.
Spacious condo-like suites with full kitchens, air conditioning, and three-piece bathrooms designed for safety and mobility are all a part of what makes Emerald Gardens a warm and inviting place to call home. Available in a variety of floor plans, your suite also features an emergency response system so you can rest easy knowing that someone will be there for you, no matter the time.
Large windows & two elevators
(with assisted tub)
Mail pick up & delivery
(on every level)
Comfortable common areas
At Emerald Gardens, the coffee is always on! Our outstanding team of chefs prepare fresh, delicious, and locally inspired meals daily. Our flexible dining schedule means that you can sleep in!
“My mother moved into Emerald Gardens just a month before the pandemic started in 2020. The consistency of the friendly, patient Health Care Aides is the highlight of the care Mom receives. Even with masks on, their good-natured concern brightens her day. They supervise her medication, notice her attendance at meals, greet her in the hallways and promptly respond to her call bell even if she rings it accidentally. The staff working in the Gardens make her feel safe and we know she is safe too.
The complications of care during the pandemic are easing and hopefully we will never go through such a radical time of change again. Considering the regulations, extra resources were put in place and no outbreaks occurred. There were clear, frequent communications to family and residents. Now more than just her designated support person are welcome to visit again and the entertainment for residents can resume.
We are grateful for this friendly facility, knowing Mom is happy when her family can’t be there with her.”
Dr. Marie Moreau