Activities at St. James Plantation

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Widely known as one of the most luxurious North Carolina retirement communities, St. James Plantation offers its residents resort-style living blended perfectly with sweet Southern charm.

From the 18-hole golf course to the state-of-the-art fitness center, from the gorgeous indoor pool to the relaxing St. James private beach, active adults who choose to retire at St. James Plantation have a wide variety of comfortable amenities to take advantage of, no matter what the season.

And while both the atmosphere and the list of amenities would be enough to attract interested retirees from far and wide, as one of the top North Carolina retirement communities, St. James Plantation also offers hundreds of exciting daily activities.

If you’re looking to lead a healthy and active lifestyle, join the Walking Club, take up Tai Chi, or spend beautiful afternoons in the pool doing water aerobics. If you’re a lover of the great outdoors, join other residents in the Fishing Club, the Boating Club, or even the St. James Bikers club.

From Pilates to trivia night, from the Bowling League to the Bridge Club, no matter what your interests, there’s a class, group, or activity for every resident. And if you’re looking to pick up new hobbies and interests, St. James Plantation has the perfect community events for you from Wine Dinners to frequent concerts.

If you’re searching for a stunning retirement community with ample amenities, exciting activities, and more than spacious homes, look no further than St. James Plantation one of the most sought after North Carolina retirement communities around.


Visit us today to learn more about the beautiful St. James Plantation.


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