Nestled in the foothills of the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, White Oak Village is conveniently located in the quaint town of Tryon. This unique area of North Carolina, fondly known as “horse country” is home to a variety of annual events such as the Block House Steeple Chase, the official North Carolina Barbeque Festival, The Apple Festival and Tryon International Equestrian Center, in nearby Mill Spring. Tryon, an established haven for the arts, is renowned for its cultural events, art galleries, local live theatre performances and music festivals. Surrounded by natural beauty, Tryon is a destination for hikers, bikers, fly fishers, and kayakers, and it is one of the premier spots from which to observe the spectacular fall foliage display.
The temperate climate in Tryon allows for an easy, relaxed lifestyle. Outings to local restaurants, walking downtown to enjoy shops and galleries, golfing, or just enjoying a day outside on the newly renovated White Oak patio are part of everyday life in the Village. Organized day trips may include visiting Biltmore Estate in Asheville, a tour of a local winery, or a shopping trip to a nearby premier outlet mall.
The medical care in this area is of the highest caliber. St. Luke’s Hospital is located minutes away and Tryon boasts a wide range of medical specialists who are noted as leaders in their field. Of course, should it be necessary, medical facilities in Greenville/Spartanburg, SC and Asheville, NC are about forty-five minutes away.
White Oak Village is truly a getaway! Here you will feel like you are on vacation 365 days a year: no worries, beautiful surroundings, and an endless array of leisure opportunities. With independent living apartments, assisted living, skilled nursing and short-term rehab, all on the same campus, White Oak Village-Tryon is a vibrant, exciting community where friends are plentiful, responsibilities are few and boredom is never an option!
One Bedroom Tryon
Two Bedroom Tryon
It is the policy of White Oak Village not to discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of handicap, age, race, national origin, sexual orientation or religion.