Top Retirement Towns
What Banning is like for active adults
Banning is a town of 29,000 near the San Gorgonio Pass; north of San Diego and east of Los Angeles. Palm Springs and Riverside are nearby. It is named for Phineas Banning who was a stagecoach line operator and Father of the Port of Los Angeles. The area was first settled by the Cahuilla Indians and then as a Spanish mission. Banning has a sister town, Beaumont, which it shares many similarities. The area is quite dry and mountains are nearby...
What Kingman is like for active adults
Most of the towns that people know about in Arizona are either in the Phoenix, Tucson, or northern areas of Arizona. Kingman, however, is located in the northwestern part of the state, close to California. This town near I 40 and Route 66 of 28,000 grew 37% between 2000 and 2008. There is a community college in town, Mohave Community College. Outdoor sports like hiking are very popular in the nearby mountains...
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What Walnut Creek is like for active adults
Walnut Creek is a wealthy town of about 65,000 in the hills east of San Francisco and Oakland. For many it is used as a suburb of those cities, although there are some high tech and shopping employers in the area. This area of northern California is very beautiful and so is the town. Walnut Creek has many parks, great shopping, 2 BART stations, and a thriving art and culture scene. The Castle Rock Recreational Area and Mt. Diablo offer many opportunities for outdoor fun...
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What Cape Elizabeth is like for active adults
Cape Elizabeth, Maine is an affluent suburb and small town of 9.000 just 5 miles from Portland. This affluent town has a long, beautiful, and rocky coastline - much of which is visible from coastal roads. Cape Elizabeth is an unusually beautiful place. The downtown is small but compact. Besides providing access to great beaches like Higgins Beach and 3 coastal state parks, much of the attraction lies in its proximity to the up and coming, foodie-oriented city of Portland...