Top Retirement Towns
What Gainesville is like for active adults
Gainesville is the home of the University of Florida, the 3rd largest university in the U.S. (enrollment 52,000). The town has many attractions for active adults; in fact it was named as one of the “Top Ten Value Towns” of 2007 for active adults 55+. It has a reputation for being medium sized (population 104,000) inexpensive, a lively college town, and still possessing southern charm...
What Greensboro-Oconee is like for active adults
Greensboro is one of the small towns in central Georgia near Lake Oconee and the Oconee National Forest. Although it is quite rural in this part of Georgia it is an easy drive to Athens (University of Georgia) and Atlanta. The recreational opportunities are quite extensive thanks to this huge lake (2nd largest in Georgia) and National Forest. Greensboro itself is a small town of about 3200 and the county seat of Green County...
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What Port Orange is like for active adults
Port Orange is a city of about 55,000 that is on the coast of Florida a few miles below Daytona Beach. The barrier islands and Atlantic Ocean are immediately to the east. A half of a million people live in the Metro area. Photo of city hall courtesy of Wikipedia and Ebyabe...
What Memphis is like for active adults
Memphis is a city in the southwestern corner of Tennessee, and the county seat of Shelby County. It’s the largest city on the Mississippi River with a population of 655,155 (2012). Because of its location, Memphis has become a national transportation hub with barge traffic, major interstate highways that cross through the city, and several freight railroads that serve the city. Memphis has many historic sites, parks and museums...