Top Retirement Towns
What Tahoe is like for active adults
Vacationers and people in retirement love the vast area of Tahoe because of its scenery and recreational opportunities. This community offers much, from world class skiing to boating. Other areas nearby, such as Squaw Valley and Mammoth Lakes, offer lower key and less developed versiona of Lake Tahoe that could also be considered as retirement destinations. Lake Tahoe has suffered from much use and development...
What Winston-Salem is like for active adults
Winston-Salem, North Carolina is an intriguing name for a city. It was named to a list of the “Top 10 Value Towns for Retirees in 2007”. Two of the world’s top-selling cigarettes are eponymous with this popular retirement community. RJ Reynolds started his tobacco business here in 1874. Salem was founded first - it was settled to be a Moravian (German) religious settlement in 1753. Old Salem has a historic center with many restored buildings...
State: North Carolina
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What Winchester VA is like for active adults
Winchester is a growing town of just over 25,000 in extreme northern Virginia. Winchester has a long history going back to the French and Indian War, the Revolution, and the Civil War. The nearby mountains and Shenandoah National Park are quite beautiful, yet it is not that far from Washington D.C. A college town, Winchester is home to the 3,400 students of Shenandoah University (a Methodist affiliated university). Winchester was listed as one of the most affordable cities by AARP...
What Springfield is like for active adults
Springfield is the largest town on the Connecticut River with a population of over 150,000. Located in western Massachusetts, it is said that it has more in common with Hartford, CT than it does with Boston. This old town has a great history. George Washington chose it as the National Armory. The "Springfield" Rifle was a legend and is a testament to the area as an arms manufacturer...