Top Retirement Towns
What Lewes is like for active adults
Lewes, Delaware is a small town of about 3,100 people on the southern coast of Delaware, just above Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach, Dewey Beach, and Fenwick Island. Originally a whaling town, the area was the first town in Delaware be settled, in this case by the Dutch. It is considered an ocean resort. The area is the fastest growing region of Delaware.The main street (Second St.) has many shops, restaurants, and historical attractions...
What Storrs is like for active adults
Storrs is a college town of about 11,000 in north central Connecticut, home to the University of Connecticut and the UCONN Huskies. While the climate is not so great and the campus is not the most beautiful, it is located in a pretty part of Connecticut. For UCONN Husky fans the women's and men's basketball teams provide plenty of excitement. The campus also provides a regular schedule of cultural events...
What Macon is like for active adults
Macon is located in central Gerogia, giving it the nick name "The Heart of Georgia." Founded in 1823, Macon became a prosperous city due to the railroad and cotton industry, along with its location on the Ocmulgee River which allowed for shipping to markets. The city grew with wide avenues of beautiful homes and brick buildings for commerce...
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What Victor Harbor is like for active adults
Victor Harbor, a city located about 80 kilometers south of Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula, is one of Australia's most popular coastal spots. With a median resident age of 52, it's particularly popular for retirement. The population swells in the summertime as a well-loved tourist destination. Victor Harbor is an outdoor lover's haven; varieties of water sports, fishing, and hiking are all common activities here. The city is also the center of the South Coast surf zone...