Royal Oaks is Georgia’s Best Retirement. Naturally.
Royal Oaks offers residents the comfort and freedom of a maintenance-free lifestyle. Services include weekly housekeeping, scheduled courtesy transportation, and restaurant-style dining. Here, you can live in a well-designed apartment home with upgraded finishes surrounded by the natural lush landscape.
People continue to change and grow when they come to Royal Oaks. And for 20 years, Royal Oaks has been changing and growing to meet their needs. From membership in Bradley Wellness Center, conveniently located across the street, to new options for dining in a modern bistro to an attentive staff and outstanding amenities, Royal Oaks deserves a visit.
Royal Oaks is located at 1220 Broadrick Drive, Dalton, Georgia 30720. Dalton is a peaceful small town of 22,000 people in the friendly Southern tradition. Located 88 miles north of Atlanta and 30 miles south of Chattanooga, Dalton is nestled near the scenic Appalachian Mountains. The annual average temperature is a comfortable 60 degrees- perfect for outdoor activities like golf, tennis, or sightseeing.
Historical sights abound in the Dalton area, from the original capital of the Cherokee Nation to many Civil War battle sites. Opportunities to experience the arts in Dalton range from the Creative Arts Guild and Dalton Little Theatre to the Crown Gardens and many annual arts festivals.
Of course, no description of Dalton would be complete without mentioning its long history of textile manufacturing- a history that has earned Dalton the title of “Carpet Capital of the World.” The carpet industry provides a vibrant economy that supports high- quality community services including recreation, fire and police protection, and health care.
Royal Oaks is part of the Hamilton Health Care System, Dalton’s most respected provider of medical services.
In 1994, Hamilton’s Board of Trustees took on the challenge of building Dalton’s first full-service retirement community. They recognized the need for a residential setting where seniors could spend less time maintaining their residences, and more time being vital members of the community. They wanted a place where life would be less worrisome, because residents could depend upon Hamilton to deliver quality health care should the need ever arise. So, they created Royal Oaks, an ideal place for seniors to truly enjoy their freedom years.