Top Retirement Towns
What Murray is like for active adults
If you have been looking for a retirement community in a low-key college town then Murray, with almost 18,000 people in southern Kentucky, might be the place for you. Murray State University – now known as the “Kentucky’s Public Ivy University” - is a highly ranked institution that delivers plenty of cultural opportunities to active adults 55+ living in this charming college town. Murray State has 10,000 students...
Klamath falls(10177 Views)
What Klamath Falls is like for active adults
Klamath Falls is a beautiful town for retirement in south central Oregon, east of Medford and Ashland. The population is about 21,000 people. Nearby Upper Klamath Lake is the largest natural lake in the Pacific Northwest. Crater Lake is about 30 miles to the north, it is the only National Park in Oregon. Klamath Falls is a great town for outdoor recreation and birding. Although great for outdoors, the town does not seem to be prospering as well as other towns in the state...
What Georgetown-TX is like for active adults
Georgetown is a small town in central Texas, just north of Round Rock and about 27 miles from Austin. It is the county seat of Williamson County. The presence of Southwestern University gives the community a college town feel. The town has an impressive collection of well preserved Victorian and pre-WW1 downtown historic districts, with The Beaux-Arts Williamson County Courthouse (1911) as its centerpiece...
What Lebanon-NH is like for active adults
Lebanon is located in western New Hampshire, south of Hanover, and near the Connecticut River. Lebanon is home to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Medical School. The population was a little over 13,000 in 2012. Picture of downtown Lebanon courtesy of Wikipedia and Jon Platek; picture of Colburn Park courtesy of Wikipedia and Scoppettone...
State: New Hampshire