In order to ensure the health and safety of our residents, visitors must follow Home policies. Find below, resident room specifications including photos and videos. Further information includes room rental costs, meeting space, chapel and our auditorium. Some rental or equipment fees apply.
Room Amenities and Visitor Information
Facilities & Amenities
More Home Features
The Home features a beauty salon, chapel and common areas for socializing. The front office, open during regular business hours, offers assistance with financial transactions or family inquiries. The Cafe is a popular visiting area for families and volunteers and is open Monday to Saturday with limited hours.
Room Videos & Photos
There are several resident room styles at Grove Park Home. Offering Basic and Private rooms, floor plans will differ by unit. These photos will help you choose furnishings and accessories before moving in. Please refer to the Admission section when choosing furniture to bring to the Home.
Visiting the Home
The Home is always open to visitors. Ensure you sign in and out at reception and always sanitize your hands when visiting resident areas. Do not visit if you are unwell, instead make inquiries or send a message by phone if necessary. The Flu Vaccine is strongly encouraged to keep our residents and staff safe and healthy.
Inviting Space for Rent
The Home has several areas that are available for rent to community groups or families. The Auditorium, Chapel and Centre of Excellence are popular rental spaces. When available, some rooms have rental fees. No alcohol can be brought into the Home. Contact the reception office at 705-726-1003 for room availability and a copy of the rental agreement.
Don’t take our word for it
Here’s what people say about us
Once retired, I answered a newspaper ad for volunteers at Grove Park Home. Five years later I am still here. I have enjoyed friendly visits, outings, and working in the café. While I enjoy the hours that I spend here, what I find very special is how staff know all the residents by name and always stop to say hello; it is a very personal touch. Volunteering at this Home is very rewarding for me, especially if it makes a difference to the residents and staff. Noella G.