Live your life to its fullest at Copeland Oaks
Copeland Oaks is a diverse, complete community for active adults aged 55 and older in every stage of living.
All residents enjoy access to recreational, social, spiritual and educational activities like golf, art, music, gardening, exercise, talks, concerts and more.
It’s an ideal blend of serene country living with the conveniences of nearby city life. We offer complete independent living with added options ranging from light housekeeping and meals to skilled nursing assistance to a complete 24/7 onsite medical center.
2017 Summer Concert Series
Your Favorite Performers From Last Year Plus New Faces
It’s that time of year again! Copeland Oaks is excited to announce our 2017 Summer Concert Series.
All concerts begin at 7 pm, will take place in the Murphy Auditorium and are free and open to the public.
Thursday, July 20 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Copeland Residents and Employees, join us for our first farmer’s market of the year! Farmers and Artisans will share their wares near the gazebo around the lake. For additional information, contact the Copeland Marketing Department at (330) 938-6126, ext. 44224, or download our event flyer.
Donate to the Oaks Foundation
Honor a loved one with a tribute to the Copeland Life Care Fund. Your gift can mark a special event, one of life’s milestones or be a loving memorial that will keep on giving. Contributions benefit and meet the Copeland Life Care Promise made via the Oaks Foundation.
Free Golf For Life!
Move into a lovely villa or Lakeshore apartment by the end of June can play a round anytime for free…cart included! Enjoy a free golf membership to the Berlin Lake Golf Club, formerly the Sebring Country Club, just a short fifteen minute drive from campus!
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Meet the Huslter, Neil Eft
Resident of the Month
Always the inventor – looking for new ways to improve things – decided to move to Copeland Oaks!
- Served during World War II in the Pacific on the USS Hornet as Naval Ordnance Officer
- Studied chemical engineering at U. of Illinois
- Wrote Babcock and Wilcox, A Corporate History, where he worked for 38 years
- Known by fellow engineers as Jack of all Trades
- Enjoys growing beautiful flowering plants