Top Retirement Towns
What Biloxi is like for active adults
Biloxi, Mississippi is on the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi Sound. This old town has miles and miles (26) of white sandy beaches and at least 7 major casinos, including the Hard Rock, Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville, and Beau Rivage. The city has many attractions (see What is Special in next section) besides these as well. Biloxi has a small town feel with low-key neighborhoods spreading out away from the water...
What Kalamazoo is like for active adults
Kalamazoo is small city of about 77,000 on the Kalamazoo River. It is home to Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College, a liberal arts school whose campus abuts WMU's. Kalamazoo is a dynamic place with a very interesting industrial past. The Checkers Motor Company, makers of the fabled Checker cabs, was headquartered here. Now there is an interesting mix of cultural venues and festivals, in addition to frequent festivals. Photo of downtown courtesy of Wikipedia and Mxobe...
What Parker is like for active adults
Parker is a very fast growing (+90%) town and suburb, located southeast of Denver. This city of 45,000 is quite affluent with a median household income of $86,000. The Town offers a variety of community events and boasts an award-winning Recreation Center. For upcoming Town of Parker events and activities. It also has a network of trails for biking, hiking, skating and horseback riding, as well as numerous parks and open spaces...
What Salida is like for active adults
Salida is a town of 5,300 located near the center of Colorado and west of Colorado Springs. Formerly a railroad, mining, and ranching town, Salida is popular with retirees looking for outdoor adventure and a laid back atmosphere. At least one magazine has named Salida a great place to retire. The nearby Monarch Ski Area is a big attraction, as are the areas mountain biking, hiking, and river rafting. Monarch Mountain looms over the town on one sie, and the Arkansas River on another...