Our extraordinary Senior Living options empower residents to enjoy an active lifestyle enriched with programs and services designed to meet individual needs while developing a community.


Part of the Wesley Willows family, Peterson Meadows is an Independent Living community conveniently located on the east side of Rockford minutes from Interstates 90 and 39. Peterson Meadows’ living spaces and services are designed to help Seniors enhance and maintain an independent lifestyle. Our community offers single-family homes, duplex homes, and apartments in a variety of sizes, as well as options for new construction, on a beautiful 34-acre campus. Peterson Meadows residents also have access to the Life Enrichment opportunities, Town Center amenities, and services on the Wesley Willows campus including the Health and Rehab Center and the Medicare Rehab Unit, as well as a variety of in-home healthcare services.

Peterson Meadows is a not-for-profit, Senior living community that joined the Wesley Willows organization in 2014 to bring greater programs, services, and benefits to the lives of Rockford-area Seniors.


Staying active and healthy is the key to happiness at any age! Peterson Meadows is focused on your quality of life and wellness.
Staying active and healthy is the key to happiness at any age! Peterson Meadows is focused on your quality of life and wellness.


At Peterson Meadows, we focus on quality of life and wellness for our residents. That’s why we deliver hospitality-level living amenities at our 37,000-square foot Castle Town Center.

Fitness Calendar

Our residents are moving! We offer fitness activities to meet the health and recreation needs of all our residents.

Community Living Based Calendar

There is always something to do at Wesley Willows. From transportation to offsite activities to card games and live music, our community living calendar is jam-packed with options.

Castle Town Center Calendar

As the “heart of activity” for our community, residents have plenty of options to connect at the Castle Town Center.


Because my parents lived at WW between and 1996 we had over 18 years to become very familiar with Wesley Willows. One of the things that impressed me when my parents lived here was the many, interesting people living here – kind, friendly people. Smart people who want to make their own decision on healthcare, who don’t want to burden their children or others with those decisions.

Wesly Willows Resident