Top Retirement Towns
What Salisbury is like for active adults
Salisbury is an interesting town and seaport on the Wicomico River on the Delmarva Peninsula. Its population is about 28,000 in 2008. Salisbury is known as the "crossroads of the Delmarva (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia) peninsula. The peninsula, somewhat off the beaten path because of its geography, is popular with retirees for its more reasonable prices and laid back atmosphere. Salisbury University's presence makes Salisbury a nice college town as well...
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What San Miguel de Allende is like for active adults
San Miguel de Allende is one of the most beautiful towns in Mexico, located in the Guanajuato. This historic town was founded in 1542. It is now a major tourist destination for a large American and Canadian expatriate community of retirees. Of the total population of about 130,000, 7,000 or so are North American expatriates. During the 60's San Miguel was a big scene for American counterculture - Ken Kesey's travels here were chronicled in "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test"...
What Blacksburg is like for active adults
The home of the Hokie Nation, Blacksburg is where Virginia Tech University comes to study and play in western Virginia. The scenery in the mountains is spectacular, and so are the recreation possibilities. Blacksburg is a great college town and an excellent place to retire. The population is growing, about 44,000 people live here. There are 2 shopping malls: the University Mall and the New River Valley Mall. There are more than 500 acres of parks, an aquatic center, and a Community Center...
What Redding is like for active adults
Redding is an extremely affluent suburban community of about 8,000 people in eastern Connecticut. The median Household income is over $120,000 and unemployment is about 5%. The town is situated in a beautiful part of the state (see photo above of Huntingdon Park courtesy of Wikipedia and AskJoanne). Mark Twain lived here late in life and gave many of his books to the town - today it is home to the Mark Twain Library (also pictured above)...