Centrally located in Hurricane, WV, our convenient location off of Interstate 64 welcomes families and their loved ones into our community and makes travel to surrounding areas a breeze.
Minutes from the heart of town, Broadmore Senior Living at Teays Valley is located just around the corner from generous choices for downtown shopping and dining alike. You may also want to enjoy a day on the Scarlet Oaks Golf Course or visit the Caboose Museum and learn about the city's railroad history. We are in close proximity to places of worship, parks, and other areas of interest, offering many opportunities for outings year round.
Broadmore Senior Living at Teays Valley is located in Putnam County; which is roughly equidistant between Charleston and Huntington, the state's two largest cities, along Interstate 64.
Charleston/Kanawha County Recreation
Kanawha County Parks and Recreation is home to numerous golf courses, hiking trails, public parks and more throughout Charleston and Kanawha County!
The City of Charleston highlights events taking place at the Clay Center for Arts and Sciences, Charleston’s River Front & Levee, Appalachian Power Park (Home of the West Virginia Power – Class A Affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates) and Charleston Civic Center.
Minutes from Broadmore lies West Virginia’s #1 Casino destination; Mardi Gras Casino & Resort.
Huntington/Cabell County Recreation
Huntington is home to one of the largest Universities in the state – Marshall University – and their nationally known sports programs.
In addition to Marshall University, Huntington is also proud to offer the historical Keith Albee Theater, Big Sandy Superstore Arena, Huntington’s Kitchen/Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution and Pullman Square.
The Cabell Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau is full of events, attractions and dining ideas throughout Huntington and surrounding areas.
Putnam County Recreation
Waves of Fun Water Park, West Virginia’s newest and most thrilling waterslide complex is just minutes from Broadmore.
County Park Pool: County Park was created by combining land owned by the County Commission and the town of Eleanor to form a 300 acre park located behind the town of Eleanor. It is also home to the Putnam County Fair.
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