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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Woodside Plantation
Woodside Plantation

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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Indian River Colony Club
Indian River Colony Club

Indian River Colony Club, "The Place Patriots Call Home" is an active country club, golf course community. Primarily a community for retired military...

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Grandview Peaks
Grandview Peaks

Nestled in the South Mountains, Grandview Peaks is a beautiful community that consists of 2,200 acres spread out over miles of ridge top that offers dynamic mountain views. Located in Nebo...

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Nature Walk at Seven Hills
Nature Walk at Seven Hills

Imagine a community with 3 distinct neighborhoods. IMAGINE 855 acres of hillsides thickened with century-old Oak, Magnolia...

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Pine Canyon
Pine Canyon

Pine Canyon is a stunning, 600+ acre private golf community nestled in Flagstaff, Arizona’s charming high country amidst the breathtaking Coconino National Forest. Here...

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Stonebridge
Stonebridge

Stonebridge is an active adult lifestyle community tucked into the very heart of Meridian Ranch, a 2...

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Henderson(52251 Views)

What Henderson is like for active adults

Henderson, second largest city in Nevada, is also one of America's fastest-growing communities. In fact the population increased 44% from 2000 to 2008 (to 252,000). There are several reasons why Henderson is an appealing retirement community. For one, the colorful desert landscapes and the snowcapped peaks of nearby mountain ranges provide a dramatic backdrop for this city near Lake Mead... more >>

State: Nevada

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Orlando(55452 Views)

What Orlando is like for active adults

Orlando, Florida in the last 36 years went from being a regional town to one of Florida's largest cities. Now with a population of 231,000 (and 2 million in the Metro), it is not only a booming city and immensely popular vacation destination, but also a mecca for retirement communities. Walt Disney got it all started when his company purchased vast tracts of land in this former farming area and announced plans to construct Disney World in 1965... more >>

State: Florida

 
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Puebla(11120 Views)

What PUEBLA is like for active adults

Puebla is the capital city of the Mexican state of Puebla. It is located at about 7,000 ft. about sea level in the mountains of central Mexico, 2 hours south of Mexico City. The city, founded in 1531, has a distinguished tradition as an ancient Spanish city with a rich culture and architectural history. The city features many colorful squares, a vibrant arts scene, as well as being the gastronomical capital of Mexico (think mole poblano!)... more >>

State: MEXICO

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Seneca(12388 Views)

What Seneca is like for active adults

Seneca is a community for people of all ages, but especially those that enjoy beautiful lakes, majestic mountains, peaceful surroundings and very nice people.  It is a small town of 8,000 very near the  Lake Keowee recreation area.  It is centrally located between Atlanta and Charlotte, with Greenville, SC and Highlands, NC less than one hour away.  If sports or the lure of a university is important to you, Clemson University is the next town away... more >>

State: South Carolina

 
 
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