Top Retirement Towns
What Canton is like for active adults
Canton is a booming city in northcentral Georgia. It is the fastest growing city in Georgia and by some accounts, the 5th fastest growing in the U.S. The city has a tremendous plan for development and its execution appears to be excellent.Many exciting projects are underway in the city to revitalize the community, using millions it has received for park and sidewalk improvements...
What Tyler is like for active adults
Tyler is one of the certified retirement communities in Texas, a program that insures a welcoming infrastructure for retirees. The population was over 96,000 in July, 2007 - and growing at over 12% a year. Tyler bills itself as the Rose Capital of America, which it celebrates with its famous fall Texas Rose Festival. Tyler has the largest municipal rose garden in the U.S. It also has the Tyler Azalea Trail, which winds its way through local streets and gardens...
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What Kansas City is like for active adults
Kansas City, Kansas is the largest city in Kansas. Kansas City has struggled to hold its place economically and has had a slight loss in population, to just over 143,000. There are many suburbs such as Prairie Glen; Bonner Springs and Edwardsville are 2 large sized towns in the Metro. The Metro has more than 2 million people. There are 2 colleges in town including the University of St. Mary. Photo of Rosedale Arch courtesy of Wikipedia and J. D...
What Healdsburg is like for active adults
Healdsburg is a town of about 11,000 in the Sonoma County, not far north of Santa Rosa. Tourists come here for the food and wine as well as to bicycle through the hills and vineyards. three of the most important wine-producing regions (the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley) meet in Healdsburg. The town is centered on a 19th century plaza that provides an important focal point for tourists and locals alike. A Wall St...