Utah assisted living residents have a great opportunity to live in a state of the "people of mountains". They not only enjoy dry and arid climate in the most urbanized state of the United States, but also experience uninhabited land lying in midst of Uinta Mountains.

Salt Lake City is the capital and the most populous city providing ample options to the seniors to watch cultural homogeneity of urban and rural life. Whether they want to enjoy passive reading of books in The Salt Lake City Library, or desire to have a treat of the art and history in Utah Museum of Fine Arts and Utah Museum of Natural History, attractions in Utah are aplenty. It is also the home of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir that was founded in 1847. Seniors have great opportunities to enjoy music along with the blend of art and history. Whether, they want to enjoy Interstate-15, a twelve-lane free way, or Wasatch Mountains in Ogden, assisted living Utah offers them several different sites to forget old age and enjoy the beauty in its entirety. With a great university the University of Utah, the seniors can join classes or have a group tour to Bridal Veil Falls to watch the nature at its best. Assisted living facilities in Utah also include the state of the art medical centers with special cares for the seniors.