Top Retirement Towns
What Winston-Salem is like for active adults
Winston-Salem, North Carolina is an intriguing name for a city. It was named to a list of the “Top 10 Value Towns for Retirees in 2007”. Two of the world’s top-selling cigarettes are eponymous with this popular retirement community. RJ Reynolds started his tobacco business here in 1874. Salem was founded first - it was settled to be a Moravian (German) religious settlement in 1753. Old Salem has a historic center with many restored buildings...
State: North Carolina
Lenoir city(11308 Views)
What Lenoir City is like for active adults
Lenoir City, Tenn. has a lifestyle and close proximity to Knoxville, Nashville, Chattanooga and Atlanta that make it a great place to live. Sitting among the lakes, rivers and mountains of East Tennessee it is a wildlife and activity lover's dream. Boating, swimming, fishing, hiking and relaxing are all available. The population is about 8000...
Seal beach(7712 Views)
What Seal Beach is like for active adults
Seal Beach is a small city of 24,000 in Orange County, California. It is south of Los Angeles and Long Beach on the Pacific. There is good surfing, a very long pier, and a marina. The Leisure World retirement community, with its 9,000 residents, is a large part of the city. It is claimed that Seal Beach was the first major planned retirement community in the U.S., although Sun City, Arizona might dispute that...
What Ojai is like for active adults
Ojai is a beautiful resort town in the mountains near Santa Barbara. The population is over 7,000. Ojai has a small town community feel (everyone seemed to know everyone), home to several vineyards/wineries, 15 miles or so from Ventura beaches, adjacent to thousands of acres of state and federal protected land (Los Padres Nat'l Forest), and miles of flat, paved bicycle paths around the town and county...