Top Retirement Towns
What Tahoe is like for active adults
Vacationers and people in retirement love the vast area of Tahoe because of its scenery and recreational opportunities. This community offers much, from world class skiing to boating. Other areas nearby, such as Squaw Valley and Mammoth Lakes, offer lower key and less developed versiona of Lake Tahoe that could also be considered as retirement destinations. Lake Tahoe has suffered from much use and development...
What Tubac is like for active adults
Tubac Arizona is an ancient Spanish presidio, or fort, that is now a working artists' community. Tubac was one of the first stops on the Camino Real, the Royal Road from Mexico to its settlements in California. This community in the high desert of Arizona is extremely scenic and offers exceptional recreational opportunities. The streets of the town are lined with old adobe homes and many interesting shops...
What Cary is like for active adults
Cary is located in the heart of North Carolina's Research Triangle Park, west of Raleigh and southeast of Chapel Hill. This city of 146,000 grew 54% between 2000 and 2012 and is one of the fastest growing towns in the U.S. Many of those moving here are people from the northeast looking for a retirement home. Locals often joke that Cary stands for "Containment Area for Relocated Yankees". The employment market here is one of the strongest in the nation...
State: North Carolina
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What Mount Joy is like for active adults
Mount Joy is a small town in eastern Pennysylvania, not too far from York and Lancaster. It is located in the Amish country and is pleased to have an Amtrak stop nearby. picture of Wells Fargo Bank on Main Street courtesy of Wikipedia and smallbones; picture of Amish buggy courtesy of Wikipedia and it.utente:thecadexpert...