Built on the Tradition
of Rewarding Retirement.
Life is complicated. Retirement shouldn’t be. That’s why residents love Foxdale Village. Its naturally beautiful 23-acre campus offers the perfect backdrop for simple and comfortable living. Inside, you’ll find caring staff and residents. Outside, you’ll find mountain views, flower gardens, and beautifully landscaped courtyards—all just a short distance from Penn State University.
Our History and Heritage
Foxdale Village began in 1985 as the dream of some members of the State College Friends Meeting. Our community is modeled after other Quaker-directed communities in southeast Pennsylvania. After much planning and guidance from these communities, Foxdale’s construction began in 1987 and was completed in 1990.
Today, Foxdale Village offers residential living in 148 cottage homes and a 57-apartment-home building conveniently connected to Foxdale’s Community Center.
Get to Know
Located in the Heart of Happy Valley
Foxdale Village is located in State College, recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation as “Tree City USA,” on a 23-acre campus in central Pennsylvania. Located in the heart of Happy Valley, the surrounding area features beautiful mountains and valleys, and offers peaceful and picturesque views.
Within a short distance of the tree-lined streets of downtown State College, cultural and educational opportunities are available at Penn State’s nearby main campus. Those include an array of performing arts, musical, cultural and Nittany Lion sporting events.
Want to know more about Foxdale Village?
We hope you’ll plan a visit soon to Foxdale for a tour and to meet some residents.