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What Northern Neck is like for active adults
The good life awaits those active adults who choose the Northern Neck, Virginia as their retirement community. Situated between the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers, with the Cheseapeake on the east, this area has both rural charm and instant access to the water. It is rich in history and very agricultural. The first Northern Neck tourist in 1608, Captain John Smith, referred to it “as a place heaven and earth never agreed better to frame man’s habitation...
What Murphy is like for active adults
Murphy and the surrounding area in extreme southwestern North Carolina is a great place for a second home or retirement, particularly if you are interested in a quiet and rural environment. This very small town (about 1600 people) is the county seat of Cherokee County. There are some restaurants and shops. Downtown is small with tree lined streets and many historic buildings restored to their original state...
State: North Carolina
What Cloudcroft is like for active adults
The quiet community of Cloudcroft, true to its name, is among the mountains at an elevation of 8,600 feet and overlooks the mammoth Lincoln National Forest. This unusally high altitude gives it a surprisingly mild summer temperature. It's rustic, a little sleepy, and home to the infamous and fabulous Lodge Resort and Spa. Cloudcroft is a popular tourist destination from west Texans. It is located in south central New Mexico...
State: New Mexico
What Knysna is like for active adults
Kynsna is a very popular place to retire in the Western Cape area of South Africa. It is located in what is called the Garden Route. Known for its beautiful coves and beaches, it also attracts numerous tourists. The town is primarily built on the northern shore of the Knysna Lagoon, which is fed by the Knysna River. The estuary opens to the ocean after passing between two large headlands...
State: South Africa