Gail Berryman leads a water exercise class for her neighbors at Fox Run. She is pictured here along with Janice Austin, Janet Williams, and Jean Schoettley.

On Wednesday mornings you can find Gail Berryman in the heated indoor pool at Fox Run’s on-site fitness center. She teaches a heart-healthy, cardio-focused water exercise class once a week for her fellow residents.

Beth Conway recently started a walking club at Fox Run.

After spending 20 years living in Florida for eight months of the year, Beth Conway decided to resume living in Michigan year-round about three years ago. 

The roller coaster at the now-shuttered Walled Lake Amusement Park brings back warm memories for Fox Run residents and Novi locals, many of whom frequently visited the park in its heyday.

Novi, Mich., is a great place to live today, and when you look into the city’s past, you can uncover all kinds of rich history. 

Fox Run’s dining services team cooks meals to order for residents at the Novi, Mich., community’s on-site restaurants.

Over the summer, Fox Run’s on-site restaurants underwent a major overhaul. The community rolled out Signature Dining, a new Erickson Living-wide program that features fresh, made-to-order menu offerings. 

Fox Run neighbors gather on Saturday mornings to play croquet under the sunshine. Pictured here is croquet club member Fred Bernstein.

Allen Zondlak has been playing croquet since he was a young boy. Now that he’s retired and living at Fox Run, he has a whole new group of friends with whom he enjoys playing the sport. 

Fox Run residents and staff work together to publish Fox Run Ecos, an annual journal designed to educate people about the community’s ecosystems and the way they benefit the greater Novi area.

With their manicured lawns, statuesque trees, and patches of colorful flowers, the grounds at Fox Run are certainly beautiful to behold. But there’s even more to the picturesque landscape than meets the eye. 

Alice Lyons and Hal Hudson enjoy a game of bocce under the sun on Fox Run’s bocce ball court.

Fred Bernstein spent his career as a podiatrist. But, back when he was in college, he minored in radio and has always enjoyed public speaking. 

“I’ve had experience of working in front of groups, and I’m not one of those people who is shy,” Fred says. 

Resident Shirley Handley (left) and staff member Sikneh Achi-Youness represent Lebanon at Fox Run’s recent “Coming to America” event, which celebrated the diverse ethnicities of the people who live and work at the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich.

Fox Run is nestled in a small town in America’s heartland, but on any given day at the community, you might have the chance to meet people who hail from all over the world—from Italy to India and many places in between.

An Erickson Living-preferred real estate agent gave Susan Lemon good advice about how to showcase her Walled Lake, Mich., condo—and the property sold in five days.

Until February, Susan Lemon was living in a condo in Walled Lake, Mich. Although things like mowing the grass were handled by the association, there was still plenty of maintenance that fell on Susan.