Top Retirement Towns
What Falmouth is like for active adults
Set at the bottom left base of Cape Cod, this fairly large town is a popular retirement community surrounded on 2 sides by water. Falmouth, Massachusetts (population 32,000) actually consists of a number of villages and unincorporated towns including Woods Hole, Teaticket, and East, West, and North Falmouth. Woods Hole is where one takes the Ferry to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, and it is also the home of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution...
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What Bowling Green is like for active adults
Bowling Green, Kentucky is a picturesque and growing college town that makes a perfect retirement community for active adults who would like to stay near the Midwest. This town of about 61,000 in southwest Kentucky has development projects totaling hundreds of millions of dollars underway or newly completed. It is about an hour’s drive north of Nashville...
What Tyler is like for active adults
Tyler is one of the certified retirement communities in Texas, a program that insures a welcoming infrastructure for retirees. The population was over 96,000 in July, 2007 - and growing at over 12% a year. Tyler bills itself as the Rose Capital of America, which it celebrates with its famous fall Texas Rose Festival. Tyler has the largest municipal rose garden in the U.S. It also has the Tyler Azalea Trail, which winds its way through local streets and gardens...
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What Buena Vista is like for active adults
Buena Vista is a community in central Colorado with a population of under 5,000. It rings the "banana belt" of Colorado, an area known for its mild winters. Buena Vista is popular for rafting, whitewater rafting, and flyfishing in the Arkansas River. Hunters are attracted by elk and deer in the winter months. Buena Vista is Spanish for "beautiful view...