We designed several unique spaces within our community that bring Monument’s history and our commitment to service to life, including:
True to our mission statement and core values, the chapel theater at Bethesda Gardens is dedicated to the spiritual nurturing and wellbeing of our residents, their families, and our team members, and to the memory of Lyle G. Arent. Lyle served Bethesda for over 50 years as a loving and dedicated employee and member of the Board of Directors.
Named after the Santa Fe trail that stretches 17 miles from Monument to the Pikes Peak Greenway, this diverse trail is great for walking, biking, horseback riding, trail running and much more.
The library houses a collection of books and offers a nice sitting area to relax and socialize throughout the day. At one time, so many English tourists visited Colorado Springs that it earned the nickname “Little London.”
The game room has a variety of board games, puzzles and card decks that residents enjoy at their leisure. The space also doubles as a meeting room for large groups. Its namesake is the Raspberry Chautauqua Mountain Trail, 5.2 miles of beautiful wild flowers and natural respite nearby