Top Retirement Towns
What Prescott is like for active adults
Located at an elevation of 5400 feet in the mountains of north central Arizona, the City of Prescott (population just under 40,000 in 2011), was the original territorial capital of the Arizona Territory. This old mining town and now popular active adult retirement community borders the Prescott National Forest to the south and west. Prescott and the nearby towns of Chino Valley and Prescott Valley form what is known locally as the Tri-City area...
What Berea is like for active adults
Berea, Kentucky makes an unusual and historic retirement community for active adults. It is not only one of the fastest growing towns in America (estimated 73% growth from 2000 to 2010), but it is also one of the most unusual small towns in the south. The town was founded by abolitionist missionaries in 1853. They established Berea College, a coeducational institution which also became the only integrated college in the south for 40 years...
What Camposol is like for active adults
Camposol is a new town near Mazarron in the beautiful country of Spain. The 'Warm Coast', Costa Calida has excellent weather and some beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean. Costa Calida remains, in some parts at least, relatively untouched by the concrete hand of tourism.
The area is popular with retirees from all over the world, and many active adult retirement communities are available...
What Harrisburg is like for active adults
Harrisburg is the capital and almost geographical center of the state of Pennsylvania. Once depressed and down, Harrisburg had a resurgence thanks to the money being spent by the state in development. Unfortunately in 2010 the effect of that spending caused severe financial problems (see What is Not Special About Harrisburg below). Its geographical setting is spectacular, located as it is on the banks of the Susquehanna River...