Visit us between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm to meet some of our members and discuss living in a senior cohousing community.

To have a member contact you please send us an email at, call us at 1-800-558-3775 or complete this form.

The green features of our home have been recognized by the Governor of California and by Multi-Family New Homes. Click on the logos below for details.

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Homes become available from time to time for sale or rent – see here. Alternatively let us know if you want to join our prospective member list.

Cohousing communities are old-fashioned neighborhoods that bring together the value of independent living with the benefit of community interaction that creates real connections with your neighbors. Senior cohousing is the innovative answer to today’s environmental and social challenges.

Wolf Creek Lodge is a cohousing community for active adults located in the Sierra’s historic gold rush country in Grass Valley, CA. Designed by green-award winning local architect Charles Durrett, Wolf Creek Lodge now graces the corner of McKnight Way and Freeman Lane in Grass Valley, California. Construction was completed in October 2012 and members have moved into their homes.

Some members of Wolf Creek Lodge take a break from their monthly meeting

Wolf Creek Lodge and Adult Cohousing in the News:

Mary Jane Popp interviews Katie McCamant and Bob Miller on KAHI Radio, November 2012 download the mp3 file here. (expect a download time of a few minutes.)
“Grass Valley’s Wolf Creek senior cohousing project almost complete” The Union, September 26, 2012
“The Making of Senior Cohousing: The Story of Wolf Creek Lodge” pdf
by Suzanne Marriot in Communities Magazine link
“Creating a tight-knit family”, The Union, November 1, 2010 read
“The New Old Age”, The New York Times, Sept 9, 2010 read
Cohousing made The New York Times! read
Our Lodge was featured on the front page of the Los Angeles Times ! read

Read our April newsletter

Why we love Grass Valley

Find out about our Green Building

Get the book:

The Senior Cohousing Handbook
by Chuck Durrett, Architect

Things to Think About if You Are Considering Senior Cohousing