Yuma Community
Ativo Senior Living of Yuma

Nestled in the Fortuna Foothills of Yuma, Arizona, Ativo Senior Living of Yuma offers residents and their visitors convenient access to an inviting neighborhood rich with delicious dining, popular shopping opportunities, and world-class health care providers.

Life at Ativo Senior Living of Yuma also offers residents opportunities to engage with the greater community in new ways, through the unique partnerships built between residents and young people in our community. One of life’s greatest pleasures can be to share your knowledge and experience with a young person. Through these intergenerational interactions, the young in body and the young at heart can help each other learn new ways to navigate their life’s journey.

Exploring Yuma

Check out the many sites and attractions in and around our city!

  • River City Grill, Da Boyz Pizza & Pasta, Lutes Casino & Many Other Dining Options
  • Yuma Palms Regional Center
  • Main Library - Yuma County Library District
  • Heritage Library
  • Yuma East Country Club
  • Yuma Palms 14
  • Marine Air Station Yuma Open Air Museum
  • Yuma Art Center & Historic Yuma Theatre
  • Veterans Memorial Stadium
  • The University of Arizona Yuma
  • Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area
  • Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park
  • West Wetlands Park
  • Pivot Point Interpretive Plaza 
  • Imperial Sand Dunes National Recreation Area
  • Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
Roundabout in Ativo Senior Living of Yuma in Yuma, Arizona.

"Today’s Yuma turns the Old West into the wild, wet west, with the Colorado River making a big splash into a bevy of outdoor activities available. Situated between Phoenix and San Diego and at the spot where through history it was safest to cross the Colorado River. Yuma has been getting more and more national attention as a great destination in its own right, offering the river and lakes, the beautiful Sonoran Desert and mountains, sand dunes, historic sites, and an abundance of exceptional local cuisine, accommodations, and amenities."

From VisitArizona.com