Top Retirement Towns
What Northampton is like for active adults
Set in the western portion of Massachusetts, Northampton is an exciting college town (Smith College) in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. It is a sought after retirement community among its graduates and many literary types. Northampton boasts a very rich cultural environment. Several famous movies have been shot here including parts of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”, “Cider House Rules”, and “Sylvia”...
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
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What Ocean Isle Beach is like for active adults
Ocean Isle Beach is a small resort town near the southern-most corner of North Carolina. It is near Sunset Beach and Myrtle Beach. The year-round population is under 500, which swells in the season. The area offers one of America's finest restored beaches, plus the intra-coastal. Photo of fishing pier courtesy of Wikipedia and Pubdog...
State: North Carolina
What Brookings is like for active adults
Located at the foot of the Klamath mountains on the southern Oregon coast, Brookings is a small outdoorsy town.Once a logging community, Brookings is a now cute seaside town with over fifteen miles of pristine beaches and unusually warm weather year round. Wet and mild winters makes this town incredibly lush; palm trees and bright gardens dominate a lovely color palette here. Photo of Brookings Harbor courtesy of Cacophony and Wikipedia...