Top Retirement Towns
What Pikeville is like for active adults
Pikeville is a town of 6,400 people in extreme eastern Kentucky near the Virginia and West Virgina borders. Many people like living here because the pace of life is slow and the people friendly. The Town's nickname is "The City That Moves Mountains". Pikeville College, a small Presybterian college, is located in Pikeville. Photo of downtown Pikeville courtesy of Wikipedia and Campaigner444...
What Manteca is like for active adults
Manteca is a town of about 68,000 people near Stockton in the Central Valley.The population grew 33% between 2000 and 2009. Its location is between Stockton and Modesto. Agriculture is important in this region. Photo of downtown courtesy of Wikipedia and Armaced...
What Lexington-VA is like for active adults
Lexington is a small town with a rich history on the western border of the state. A college town, Lexington is the home of two prestigious colleges, Washington & Lee University and Virginia Military Institute (VMI). The George C. Marshall Foundation is here. Both Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson are buried here. The Stonewall Jackson House is now a Museum. Tourism and education are important. There is a nice Historic District in the charming downtown...
What Lenox is like for active adults
Lenox is a small, seasonal town in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts. The official population is about 5,000 but it swells to many times that in the summer. Over the years many famous wealthy people made this their summer home; it also became known for its many cultural activities. The biggest thing going on here is Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), in a huge outdoor setting...