Top Retirement Towns
State college(16306 Views)
What State College is like for active adults
State College is located near the center of Pennsylvania in a rural and beautiful area. Home to Penn State University, this lively college town offers plenty of excitement and nice places to live. Its nickname is Happy Valley, although the Post Office is University Park. Recreational and cultural opportunities are excellent in the area. The town itself has about 40,000 residents, many of whom are retirees attracted to this vibrant college town...
Puerto varas(8542 Views)
What Puerto Varas is like for active adults
Located in the Chilean Lakes District, Puerto Varas bills itself as the new Bariloche. With similar lakeside views and stunning surrounding mountains, the town is certainly justified in making the comparison. However, while every other shop in Bariloche sells souvenirs and ugly apartment buildings block views for most people, Puerto Varas remains a much more tranquil and undeveloped town. Considerably smaller than Bariloche, it has a strong community primarily made up of Chilenos and Germans...
What Buckeye is like for active adults
In 2007 Buckeye was the second fastest growing city in the U.S. Located in suburban Phoenix west of Glendale and Surprise, the growth of this sprawling area was fueled by several master planned communities within in its limits. The master plannned communities include Valencia, Sundance, and Verrado (see links to Buckeye Active Adult Communities at top right). In 2006 the population was 29,000, the 2011 population was 51,000 - by 2030 that is projected to grow to 380,000...
What Rincon is like for active adults
Rinco'n is a famous surfing and beach town on the northwestern corner of Puerto Rico. The town rode to fame on the basis of the 1968 world surfing championships which were held here. Now many people come here for the beach, diving, and other water sports. Dubbed the "Caribbean's Hawaii," winter waves here can approach 25–30 feet in height, near the surf on Oahu's north shore...
State: Puerto Rico