Top Retirement Towns
What Stuart is like for active adults
Stuart, Florida is an extremely charming and complex retirement community for many active adults 55+. It has a lovely downtown that is fun to walk around in, with interesting shops and restaurants in a small town feel. There is a very ample coastline thanks to the bays and ocean that surround the town. There is much to do in this community of 16,000, which is very attractive to active adults (median age is 49)...
What Albuquerque is like for active adults
Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico with 522,000 residents - many of them retirees. It was the 6th fastest growing city within the U.S in 2007. The city is set in a unique place near the mountains. Albuquerque is a vibrant college town, home to the University of New Mexico. Old Town provides an interesting shopping and tourist destination. Albuquerque is trying hard to make the downtown an interesting destination...
State: New Mexico
What Ashland-VA is like for active adults
Ashland is a very charming small town of about 7,000 people that is 15 miles north of Richmond. Ashland was originally developed as a resort for the wealthy of Richmond. It is an interesting mix - there are nice shopping plazas and a large YMCA as you come off of I 95 towards town, followed by the classic old town of Ashland. The main street is split by the main railroad from Washington to Richmond, which creates an unusual but very pleasant ambiance...
What Oberlin is like for active adults
Oberlin College is the distinguishing feature of the small town of Oberlin in northern Ohio, just a few miles from Cleveland. The population is just over 8,000. Oberlin College and conservatory has 3,000 students and is one of several elite colleges located in Ohio. The city has a long history as a progressive community. It is considered the birthplace of the Anti-Saloon League as well as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Photo of the downtown courtesy of Wikipedia and Weatherman1126...