Top Retirement Towns
Palm beach(12637 Views)
What Palm Beach is like for active adults
Founded by Henry Flagler to provide a luxury destination for his railroad, Palm Beach proper is one of the wealthiest and prettiest communities in the world. It lies on the Atlantic Ocean just above Miami and straddles the Intercoastal Waterway. Fancy shops and elegant estates abound in the beautiful downtown. Enormous estates go along the ocean and the Intracoastal. If you spend an hour on Worth Street and don't see 2 Rolls Royces, you are not looking hard enough...
What Littleton is like for active adults
Littleton is a prosperous town and suburb of about 40,000 people south of Denver in Arapahoe County. Photo of Littleton Town Hall Arts Center courtesy of Wikipedia and Timclare...
Canyon lake(6034 Views)
What Canyon Lake is like for active adults
Canyon Lake is a fast growing town of about 23,000 in central Texas about 16 miles from New Braunfels and just north of San Antonio. The area is becoming popular with retirees - the average age is 45.Canyon Lake (actually a reservoir completed in 1964) is a recreation center for the region. The Corps of Engineers maintains 8 park areas around the lake for camping, swimming, boating and picnicking. There are several boat ramps for access to the lake...
What Sonoma is like for active adults
Sonoma is the center of the California's wine industry, situated as it is between Napa and Santa Rosa. It has historic town plaza, a remnant of when Sonoma was the capital of the short-lived California Republic. Surprisingly for a town of only about 10,000 people, Sonoma is a cultural powerhouse. It is home to the new $145 million dollar Donald and Maureen Green Music Center at Sonoma State University. The Center contains a recital hall, rehearsal rooms, and studios...