Top Retirement Towns
What Auburn is like for active adults
Auburn is the gateway to the Sierra Nevada Gold Country. This is a region of tremendous History and Natural Beauty. Other Gold Country Historic Towns include Auburn, Grass Valley & Nevada City. The Historic Hwy 49 corridor is a wealth of natural beauty and culture. Over 20 recreational lakes and the confluence of 3 major rivers, the American River, the Bear River, and the Yuba River...
What Plainville is like for active adults
Plainville is a small town of about 17,000 in northeastern Connecticut. I 395 runs through town. The Plainville Dog Racing track is here.Photo of Plainville Rock courtesy of Paul Gagnon and Wikipedia...
What Taos is like for active adults
An artsy and entertaining town, Taos is a historical town in northern New Mexico and not too far from Santa Fe. Pueblo Indians lived here 500 years ago, followed by the Spanish in the 1500s and white settlers in the late 1800s. Taos has been home to a long line of famous artists and writers, from Georgia O'Keeffe to Thornton Wilder. It has held onto its liberal roots after being a hippie hangout spot in the 60s and 70s. Photo of Taos plaza and Hotel La Fonda courtesy of Wiikipedia and Zeality...
State: New Mexico
What Davis is like for active adults
Davis is a city of over 65,000 in north central California, 11 miles west of Sacramento. It is famous as the home of UC Davis, a distinguished university with more than 32,000 students. As a college town it has a decidely liberal bent plus all the attractions associated with that, such as plentiful restaurants, wine bars, and book stores. The city is quite a great place for bicyclists - it is home to the Bicycling Hall of Fame...