Natural Retirement Living
At Daystar, we believe in the power of nature. Our founders, the Powell family, love the outdoors, and their love of nature can be seen in the lush grounds and beautiful landscape design at Daystar Retirement Village.
We believe in the healing powers of nature and the peacefulness and tranquility that can only be found by embracing the beauty of the outdoors.
In addition to maintaining our lovely grounds, we are constantly searching for ways to become even greener, and that desire is partially manifested in the conscientious gardening.
At Daystar, we have several gardens for our residents to enjoy, as well as a serene walking path. This walking path is a favorite of our residents and their families alike.
Along with the lush surroundings that the Pacific Northwest has to offer, we participate in eco-friendly practices, and participate in a robust recycling program, in which we encourage our residents to follow.
Longfellow Creek Natural Area
We are in very close proximity ot the Longfellow Creek Natural Area, a wonderful greenspace that provides trails, bridges, and great views of natural areas and native plants. Click here to learn more.
We are also very close to Roxhill Park, a wonderful area with plenty of natural wonder.
Roxhill Park is the headwaters of Longfellow Creek and possibly Fauntleroy Creek. The restoration of the wetland will improve water quality and steady water flow to Longfellow Creek, enhancing the Creek and improving Salmon habitat.
The community-initiated planting of this area will help restore a natural habitat and create a new educational resource. Instead of soggy grass, the park will become a place for people to go for relaxing walks, enhance their bird-watching skills, or just sit on a bench and enjoy the scenery. Read more here.