Top Retirement Towns
What Thomasville is like for active adults
Thomasville, Georgia, the City of Roses, can be an interesting retirement community in cotton plantation country. The surrounding countryside can be quite beautiful, although one cannot say that about all areas of town. It does offer a reasonable cost of living. The active brick-paved downtown has been restored with live oaks draped in Spanish moss, magnolias, antebellum homes, and fragrant plantings. Some parts of the downtown are depressed however...
What Bellingham is like for active adults
If there was ever a town with momentum it is Bellingham Washington. It was rated the #2 City & Metropolitan area in the country in “Cities Ranked and Rated”. Kiplinger’s called Bellingham one of the top retirement communities in the U.S. Located on the northwestern coast of Washington, this city of 79,000 (180,000 in the Metro area) has several colleges and Western Washington University with 14,000 students...
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What Elk Grove is like for active adults
Elk Grove is an affluent town and suburb of about 66,000 people. The town is about 15 miles south of Sacramento. The town played a part in the early gold rush in this area. After that it became a close-knit community evolved with a distinctly rural and western lifestyle, and now it is a also a wealthy suburb. There is a community college in town, Cosumnes River College. Photo of downtown courtesy of Wikipedia and EG-Richard...
What Washington is like for active adults
Washington is a growing town of almost 19,000 in extreme soutwestern Utah. The popular retirement destination of St. George is nearby. Washington itself is not a particularly interesting town. There is a downtown with a Historical Museum and impressive church (Latter Day Saints), but not much else. The population grew 129% in the last 10 years, much of that from retirees moving here. This is a very dry area with a warmer winter climate than much of Utah...