Top Retirement Towns
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What San Diego is like for active adults
San Diego, California (population almost 1.3 million) has been a popular retirement community since the end of World War II. Its scenery, climate, and lifestyle are second to none and appeal to active adults 55+. Its bustling downtown area has a busy convention area and city parks set alongside hundreds of anchored pleasure boats. San Diego is California’s second largest city. There are many communities within San Diego, including exclusive La Jolla...
What Roseville is like for active adults
Roseville is a rapidly growing community in northern California about 20 miles from Sacramento. The population increased almost 50% between 2000 and 2010 (to 119,000). The town has spent tens of millions of dollars to redevelop its aging center. As a result it has attracted significant development and is now a shopping and commercial hub for the area. Roseville has an extremely ambitious master plan...
What Buffalo is like for active adults
5,000 people live in this comfortable, quaint community high in the mountains, oftentimes described as the Mayberry of the west. Buffalo is a classic, genuine Western town, 135 miles away from Yellowstone National Park. People are friendly, and welcoming. The atmosphere is conservative and its residents enjoy the outdoor life: fishing, snowboarding, and camping in the Big Horn mountains are all popular activities...
What Lenox is like for active adults
Lenox is a small, seasonal town in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts. The official population is about 5,000 but it swells to many times that in the summer. Over the years many famous wealthy people made this their summer home; it also became known for its many cultural activities. The biggest thing going on here is Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), in a huge outdoor setting...