For those looking for independent senior living in Webster, NY, Castle Pointe at Baywinde has everything you’d want in a vibrant and welcoming community. Residents can indulge in delicious chef-prepared meals, participate in an array of daily programming and activities, socialize with other residents and get housekeeping and transportation taken care of by our friendly staff. Castle Pointe at Baywinde provides a safe and secure independent living option, while giving residents the opportunity to pursue their passions and live a fulfilling life.
There’s so much to do both on-site and in the surrounding Webster area. Here’s what life at the Castle Pointe at Baywinde has to offer residents.
Fun Things for Seniors to Do in Webster, NY
The Village of Webster, NY, takes great pride in its friendly community atmosphere. Located in upstate New York around 15 miles from Rochester, NY, and around 100 miles away from Niagara Falls, NY, there are lots of nearby attractions just a short drive away from Webster. Within Webster, there’s an array of cultural and natural attractions to check out, such as the following.
- Kent Park: Kent Park in Webster is home to the Webster Arboretum, a space with gardens, a gazebo for relaxing and birdwatching, and picnic tables for potluck meals. The space also hosts nature lectures and annual plant sales. Kent Park also has a playground, walking and biking trails, and soccer and softball fields.
- The Webster Museum and Historical Society: Established in 1984, the Webster Museum and Historical Society seeks to preserve Webster area history through research, artifacts, exhibits and educational programs. Changing exhibits cover Webster’s agricultural roots and industrial development. The museum houses objects from the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as period rooms representing an apothecary, a general store, a historic mayor’s room and a lawyer’s office. There’s also a barn area with historical tools, photographs, a historical schoolroom re-creation, a collection of early textbooks and other historical documents. There’s no cost to visit the museum.
- Seneca Park Zoo: The Seneca Park Zoo in nearby Rochester has a robust collection of amphibians, birds, fish, invertebrates, mammals and reptiles whose native homes span the globe. Visitors can see animals in their respective habitats and participate in daily giraffe feedings for an up-close animal encounter. The zoo also hosts a variety of seasonal events, as well as guided hikes, community clean-ups, classes and workshops. If you’re interested in volunteering, the Zoo Ambassador program gives volunteers the ability to guide visitors through various parts of the zoo.
- Rochester Museum & Science Center: The Rochester Museum & Science Center in nearby Rochester has a variety of science-themed exhibits and programming to explore. The museum is home to an Electricity Theater, Science Encounters presentations, historical exhibitions and the Strasenburgh Planetarium. About a half-hour drive away from the museum and science center, there’s also the Cumming Nature Center, which hosts nature panel discussions, archaeology digs, night hikes, yoga in the pines, weekend wild walks, maker workshops and hands-on blacksmithing demonstrations.
- Webster Park: Webster Park overlooks Lake Ontario and sits on 550 acres. The park includes a fishing pier, pickleball and tennis courts, campgrounds for both trailers and tents, and trails for hiking, running, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The park is also home to around 40 geocaching spots and a playground. Visitors can kayak or canoe on the lake, or go sledding during snow seasons. The park is popular with animal lovers, as wild turkeys are often seen on the 1.6-mile West Look Trail, while other types of birds and animals frequently appear on the 0.6-mile Valley View Trail.
Webster and nearby Rochester have lots of other parks, as well as delicious dining and entertaining nightlife venues to check out. There are family-friendly activities, recreation facilities and more attractions to visit in Webster and the surrounding area.
A Look at Independent Living Programming Offered at Baywinde
You don’t have to go far to find enjoyable things to do when you live at Castle Pointe at Baywinde. Our calendar is full of daily programming activities that give residents tons of options for how to spend their days. Whether you like playing games, exercising, watching movies or reading, we’ve got all that and more right on-site.
Programming tracks include culture and the arts, leadership and volunteerism, lectures and learning, movement and mindfulness, spiritual health and religion, recreation and entertainment.
- Art studio and painting classes
- Bingo games with prizes
- Book clubs
- Card games
- Cardio exercise classes
- Cocktail happy hours
- Fitness center activities
- Ice cream socials
- Indoor swimming
- Knitting clubs
- Library time by fireside
- Mindfulness meditation
- Nintendo Wii games
- On-site church services
- Pet therapy
- Piano playing and live music performances
- Pond and nature excursions
- Sports pub socializing
- Technology assistance classes
Every day, we facilitate games, group entertainment, fitness classes and community social times so you can connect, contribute, feel, grow, move and reflect. Whatever type of hobby or activity you’re interested in, there are lots of options for how to spend your time here.
See What Life Is Like at Castle Pointe at Baywinde
Castle Pointe at Baywinde is a welcoming independent living community for those 55+ who want to get access to convenient amenities while residing in a safe and supportive environment. You can have delicious chef-prepared meals on-site, you’ll have housekeeping and transportation taken care of, and you can thrive in an engaging community. With close access to Webster and nearby Rochester attractions, there’s always something fun to do and explore.