Top Retirement Towns
Santa fe(51874 Views)
What Santa Fe is like for active adults
Santa Fe, New Mexico, population 71,800, is one of the top cultural destinations in the world. Known for its art and music, Santa Fe was selected by Money Magazine as one of the “Best Places to Live”. The population growth of people aged 50+ has grown recently by 20%...
State: New Mexico
Ocean city(19171 Views)
What Ocean City is like for active adults
Ocean City, New Jersey (population 15,000 in the winter) is a popular retirement community for active adults who enjoy the beach, fishing, boating and a family oriented setting. This beach community just south of Atlantic City) has long been a popular family resort. It all started in 1879 when four Methodist ministers chose the island as a suitable spot to establish a Christian retreat and camp meeting...
State: New Jersey
Eureka springs(14632 Views)
What Eureka Springs is like for active adults
Eureka Springs is a Victorian resort village in the northwest corner of Arkansas. Its steep winding streets and well-preserved Victorian-era homes give it an alpine feeling. Many of the buildings are built with local stone. The undulating streets rise and fall with the topography in a five-mile long loop. Eureka Springs has been selected as one of America's Distinctive Destinations...
Kansas city(3914 Views)
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...