Woodcrest Villa

Woodcrest Villa is made up of villas, apartments, and residential living options so you can access personal care, continuum of care, rehabilitation care, skilled nursing, or memory support as needed. This location is home to more than 500 happy residents who have access to many convenient amenities.

Fee-for-Service Living Options

Villas, apartments, residential living, personal care, continuum of care, rehabilitation care, skilled nursing, memory support.


Woodcrest Villa (WCV) is wonderfully close to shopping, healthcare, dining and entertainment options. The onsite VIVA Centre features a performing arts center, billiards, movie theatre, salon, fitness center, swimming pool, craft room, business center, rooftop plaza, bocce court and bistro. Also located on campus are a shuffleboard court, dog park, walking trails, woodshop, train room, library, convenience store, bank and pharmacy. Regularly scheduled trips and special excursions are also planned.

Wellness/Life Enrichment Programs

Woodcrest Villa (WCV) offers a variety of pool and land fitness classes as well as trainers to help you create your own fitness program. In addition, WCV has life enrichment offerings featuring guest speakers on interesting topics.

Additional Information

Woodcrest Villa is the residential living campus of Mennonite Home Communities, which was founded in 1903. More than 500 men and women age 60 and better are proud to call us home. As a continuing care retirement community, we also offer personal care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation care at our care campus, Mennonite Home.

Contact Information

2001 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster, PA 17601
(717) 390-4100
(717) 391-3609
What our residents are saying:
"I’m having the 'Time of My Life' at WCV. There are so many activities to choose. I like riding my bike, the Fitness Center, Pool, Bocce, and Line Dancing. The trips and the programs are great. The walking club is also fun – we go on various trails all over and then enjoy breakfast at a local restaurant. Volunteering is also a big part of my community life." - Janet Sweigart