Top Retirement Towns
What Sarasota is like for active adults
Sarasota, Florida is a town of 52,000 (the Metro is much bigger) on Florida's Central West coast on the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Development began in the 1920’s; the town has dozens of historically significant buildings and institutions. This popular retirement community is considered by many to be the cultural capital of Florida. Sarasota has one of Florida's best downtowns with many interesting neighborhoods...
What Gorham is like for active adults
Gorham is a town in extreme southwestern Maine with a population of 16,381. Gorham Village is accompanied with some smaller, unincorporated villages and hamlets such as South Gorham, West Gorham, Little Falls, White Rock, and North Gorham. The University of Southern Maine has a campus here. Gorham is increasingly viewed by some as a suburb of nearby Portland. Photo of Congregational Church from old postcard courtesy of Wikipedia...
What Manly is like for active adults
The idea of retiring in Manly might catch some Australians by surprise. It is generally a very young person’s town, which is very much apparent on a busy summer weekend. But it also has many attractions and conveniences that almost any active adult could enjoy. For example there are fabulous surfing and snorkeling beaches on the ocean side, and calmer family type beaches and coves on the Sydney side. You can walk from one side of this peninsula in 10 minutes...
What Louisville is like for active adults
The City of Louisville, located in Boulder County, Colorado, began as a coal mining town in the late 1800's, and has recently become recognized as one of the top choices to live and raise a family in the United States. The Miners Memorial statue which stands in front of City Hall, is a symbol of the coal miners who built Louisville, as millions of tons of coal were produced from beneath the town before last of the mines closed during the 1950's...