Top Retirement Towns
What Hilo is like for active adults
Hilo, the second largest city in Hawaii, is one of the most interesting retirement communities in the U.S. Located on the eastern coast of Hawaii (the “Big Island”), and near Mauna Loa, one of the active volcanoes in Hawaii. Volcanoes National Park, the climate, the scenery, and the lifestyle are superb. The Hilo area offers unparalleled recreational and scenic opportunities for active adults 55+ in an ideal year round climate...
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What Mt Juliet is like for active adults
Mount Juliet is an affluent small town and suburb 16 miles east of Nashville, population about 14,000 people. The town is growing fast. Fishing and boating are popular pastime in Mt. Juliet because of the city's proximity to Percy Priest and Old Hickory lakes. Photo of Providence Shopping Center and sculpture courtesy of Wikipedia and Ichabod...
What Milwaukee is like for active adults
Milwaukee is a large and old city on Lake Michigan. It is the most populous city in the state with about 600,000 residents. Famous for beer, manufacturing and baseball, it has had a resurgence as both a tourist destination and place to live. Some of the important recent additions to the city include the Milwaukee Riverwalk, the Frontier Airlines Center, Miller Park, an internationally renowned addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, and Pier Wisconsin...
What Medford is like for active adults
Medford is a small community located below Mt. Holly. The population is about 23,000 (2010 census), and the median household income just above $107,000. Picture of Kirby's Mill a historic grist mill, courtesy of Wikipedia and Apc106...
State: New Jersey