Top Retirement Towns
What Columbia is like for active adults
Columbia, Missouri is the home of the University of Missouri and rapidly becoming a popular retirement community. The population has grown to just over 100,000 people. Columbia is nicknamed “College Town” or “The Athens of Missouri” because it has so many colleges in one town. Columbia was listed as one of the “Top 10 Value Towns” of 2007 for retirement...
What Waleska is like for active adults
Waleska is a very small town (under 1,000) in northwest Georgia. It is home to Reinhardt College (800 students) and about 20 miles from Kennesaw State University. Photo of Lake Arrowhead courtesy of Wikipedia and NickMason...
What Leesburg-FL is like for active adults
Leesburg Florida is fast growing town of just over 22,000 people in the lakes district central FL. The town is southeast of Ocala and The Villages, and it is located between Lake Harris and Lake Griffin. Orlando is to the southeast. The town grew over 38% from 2000 to 2008, and a lot of that growth is the result of retirees choosing Leesburg as their retirement town. The many large and small lakes in and around the town are a primary attraction...
What Waynesville is like for active adults
Waynesville, North Carolina, is a small, vibrant town in western North Carolina and is the county seat of Haywood County. Located within the Appalachian Mountain chains and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Waynesville draws many visitors each year to witness the mountain views and enjoy the nearby national forests. The town, which is the largest one in North Carolina west of Asheville, has a population of just under 10,000...
State: North Carolina