Top Retirement Towns
Daytona beach(27246 Views)
What Daytona Beach is like for active adults
The retirement community of Daytona Beach is also a tourist destination and community of 64,000 located in the northern portion of Florida’s east coast. It attracts more than 8,000,000 visitors a year. Blessed with many nicknames, it is known as “The Birthplace of Speed”, thanks to its hard beaches where early automobile speed demons raced and broke records...
Saint augustine(57877 Views)
What Saint Augustine is like for active adults
The City of Saint Augustine, Florida is the longest continuously occupied European settlement in the U.S. This popular retirement community was established in 1565 by the Spanish. It has been under 4 flags – Spanish, English, Confederate, and U.S. – and some of these (Spain and U.S.) more than once! Located on Florida’s northeast coast and southeast of Jacksonville, Saint Augustine has about 13,000 residents...
What Peoria is like for active adults
Peoria is a suburban town northeast of Phoenix and Glendale in Arizona. The population grew over 30% in just a few years, currently about 159,000 call Peoria home. It is one of the furthest out communities from Phoenix and is home to many active adult communities because of the availability of land. The Salt River flows through here. The mountains to the north and west are quite beautiful...
What Bethlehem is like for active adults
Bethlehem is a city of about 75,000 people in eastern Pennsylvania. Allentown is nearby. Bethlehem is home to Lehigh University, a highly rated school with over 5,000 students, as well as Moravian College. Bethlehem Steel was formerly here, whose departure the city is struggling to overcome. The Sands Casino was built on brownfields here and now brings in substantial revenue for the city. Crime is below average...