Worst States for Retirement.  No articles in our history generated as much controversy as our series on the Worst States for Retirement. Read our list - and how they were selected.

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Fairview at Oxford Greens by Del Webb
Fairview at Oxford Greens by Del Webb

Welcome to the Village at Oxford Greens by Del Webb, Connecticut's most exciting destination for active adults 55+. Phase 4 of the Village, Fairview at Oxford Greens, is ready with new models...

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Heritage at Vizcaya
Heritage at Vizcaya

Do you wake each morning ready to embrace all the possibilities the day can bring? Then Heritage at Vizcaya is for you! Our new Austin lifestyle community was created for people 55 and better. It’s planned for an amenity-rich environment where you can explore, engage, recharge or just relax...

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Pot-Nets
Pot-Nets

A new home at any of the 6 Pot-Nets neighborhoods is affordable.  Choose from Bayside, Seaside, Dockside, Coveside, Creekide...

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Soleil Laurel Canyon
Soleil Laurel Canyon

Welcome to North Georgia's unique active-adult retreat - inspiring resort-style amenities coupled with beautiful homes. Our private and gated...

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GlenLakes
GlenLakes

For Nature lovers, fitness aficionados, golfers and those who love an action-packed social life—GlenLakes is it! Adjoining the 85,000-acre Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge...

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Woodside
Woodside

Few towns in the Southeast offer more gracious charm than Aiken, South Carolina.  Take a relaxing stroll through Aiken's tree-lined streets and you're likely to see thoroughbred horses...

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Walla walla(33020 Views)

What Walla Walla is like for active adults

Walla Walla is the county seat of Walla Walla County in southeastern Washington. It is home to one of the top small private colleges in the country, Whitman College. With just under 32,000 residents it is a reasonable size and growing steadily... more >>

State: Washington

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Sun city(37253 Views)

What Sun City is like for active adults

Sun City is one of the first active adult communities in the world, and certainly the most famous. This particular Sun City is an unincorporated community near Peoria, Arizona - about 15 miles northwest of Phoenix. It has an endless amount of amenities and activities.  Sun City has 48,000 residents. It was founded by Del Webb in 1960.  Every conceivable activity - 7 recreation centers, 8 golf courses, 3 country clubs, 2 bowling centers, Sun Bowl, and Viewpoint Lake... more >>

State: Arizona

 
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Bar harbor(6726 Views)

What Bar Harbor is like for active adults

Bar Harbor, population a little over 5,000, one of American's top vacation destinations, as well as an interesting place to retire (at least for part of the year).  Located along the coast, this idyllic spot was fiercely protected by the Rockefeller family, who were instrumental in the formation of Acadia National Park.  There are great beaches here, whale watching, and an interesting, if slightly touristy town... more >>

State: Maine

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Woodland park(6719 Views)

What Woodland Park is like for active adults

This lovely resort town 18 miles west of Colorado Springs is a Colorado classic with spectacular views of Pike's Peak and the Rampart Range. Woodland Park is a community of a little less than 8,000 residents, the biggest city in Teller County, and is nestled among the million acres of Pike National Forest. Hiking, fishing, and simply soaking in the sights are all popular in this sunny, outdoorsy town.  Photo of downtown Woodland Park courtesy of Wikipedia and Uckrist... more >>

State: Colorado

 
 
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