The Silver Comet Village
The Silver Comet Village Campus is conveniently located near the renowned Silver Comet Trail. Our community provides expansive greenspace, lushly landscaped walking paths, water features, private courtyards and of course, private access to the Silver Comet Trail for all to enjoy.
At Silver Comet Village we are building a neighborhood based on relationships, respect and trust. If you are considering a move for yourself or a loved one, we encourage you to reach out to us. We can’t wait to meet you!
— Living Options —
- 7.5 Acres of outdoor space including:
- 64 Independent living apartments in our four-story community, “The Station”
- 60 Assisted living apartments & 30 memory support apartments in our two-story community, Bridges
- Raised Gardens
- Bocce Ball Courts
- Dog Park
- Walking paths
- Water features
- Outdoor cooking and dining areas
- Private access to the Silver Comet Trail
The Independent living community offers one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans with attention to detail that has created gracious living spaces to ensure comfort and security and amenities to provide for every convenience.
Residents can join planned activities created to engage the specific interests, passions, and preferences of the resident community.
Relax while we take care of the cooking, cleaning, and maintenance. If you need some assistance, we are there to support you and your loved one to ensure you can enjoy life to its fullest.
— Commitment to Excellence —
Not only do we consider our residents and families to be part of our family, but our associates are family as well! We select our associates based on their extensive qualifications and training. It is paramount that our staff is highly skilled and passionate about helping others achieve their goals.
— Explore —
Our Local Area
The Silver Comet Trail
The Silver Comet Trail is free to use and travels west through Cobb, Paulding, and Polk counties. This quiet, non-motorized, paved trail is for walkers, hikers, bicyclists, rollerbladers, horses, dog walkers, and is wheelchair accessible.
The Silver Comet Trail is 61.5 miles long, and starts at the Mavell Road Trailhead in Smyrna, Georgia and ends at the Georgia/Alabama state line, near Cedartown and The Esom Hill Trailhead. At the Georgia/Alabama state line, the Silver Comet connects to the 33-mile long Chief Ladiga Trail. Both the Silver Comet Trail and Chief Ladiga are fully paved rail-trails built on abandoned railroad lines. The combined Silver Comet and Chief Ladiga trail length is estimated to be 94.5 paved miles from Smyrna, Georgia to Anniston, Alabama.
Powder Springs, Georgia
Silver Comet Village is located in Powder Springs, Georgia. Situated in the southwest corner of Cobb County, about 25 miles northwest of Atlanta, Powder Springs is known for its rich Indian and Confederate history, as well as the seven springs within its city limits which are so rich in minerals it makes the sand of the rivers look like black gunpowder (hence the name Powder Springs).
The charming historic downtown offers shops, restaurants and concerts and events hosted in its Old Towne Square. It is home to the nationally known Cobb County BMX Park, but Powder Springs is most notably known for its connecting trails and routes to the popular Silver Comet Trail.