Top Retirement Towns
What Aiken is like for active adults
If you like horses and an easy-going, warm weather climate you might want to think about making Aiken, South Carolina your retirement community. This town of almost 30,000 in western South Carolina’s Sand Hill country grew up as a healthy retreat where the wealthy could escape from hot weather. The “Winter Colony” as it is called has always been popular with the horsy set for fox hunting, steeplechase, and polo horses...
State: South Carolina
Blue ridge(25831 Views)
What Blue Ridge is like for active adults
Blue Ridge is a very small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia. It is at the very top of the state on the border near Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The town has about 1200 residents. Blue Ridge is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Georgia. Lake Blue Ridge, the Toccoa River, the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the southern tip of the Appalachian Trail all draw tourists and from all over the United States and abroad...
What Lakewood is like for active adults
Lakewood and Lakewood Township is a growing community near the New Jersey shore town of Brick, just off the Garden State Parkway. It is the home of one catholic college, Georgian Court, as well as one of the largest (jewish) yeshivas in the world. Lakewood is a major center for orthodox jews.Lakewood was a popular winter resort for New Yorkers in the early 1900's. Lake Carasaljo and surrounding pine forests were part of the attraction...
State: New Jersey
Port orchard(2649 Views)
What Port Orchard is like for active adults
Port Orchard is located on the Sinclair Inlet of the Puget Sound. This waterfront community of 11,000 people is proud of its amenities. The downtown offers shopping, museums, entertainment, galleries and dining. With ferry access from Bremerton and Seattle, an excursion to Port Orchard is an easy day trip or a weekend getaway. Residents enjoy life on the Kitsap Peninsula with it's over 350 miles of shoreline...