Top Retirement Towns
What Paris is like for active adults
Retirees come to Paris, Tennessee not for its resemblance to the famous French capital, but because they like living near one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. Paris is a small town of about 10,000 in northwest Tennessee, 15 miles from the vast and popular Land Between the Lakes recreation area. An active adult lifestyle is easy here, and there a variety of affordable retirement community options. The mild climate makes this an ideal place to live in retirement...
What Valdosta is like for active adults
Valdosta is a growing town of about 58,000 in south-central Georgia. A college town, it has everything from Valdosta State University to the revitalized downtown venues for dining, shopping and cultural activities. The 'Dosta Playhouse, to the largest Arts Center in the region, Moody Air Force Base, wonderful healthcare with a regional Medical Center, low cost of living and very affordable housing and taxes. You will like the Spanish Moss that adorns the majestic Live Oak trees in Valdosta...
What Portsmouth is like for active adults
Portsmouth is a small and very old town of just over 20,000 in eastern New Hampshire, right on the Maine border. Portsmouth has a tremendous amount going for it as a retirement town. There is a charming old downtown with lots of great shops and restaurants, cobblestone streets, historic seaport, plenty of water to live near, and a relatively mild climate thanks to its presence on the coast...
State: New Hampshire
What Englewood is like for active adults
Englewood is a small town on the Gulf coast of Florida, just south of Venice and west of Port Charlotte. The town is very popular with retirees (average age is 62) and snowbirds, some of whom come from England and Europe. Although the population is 18,000 it swells to several times that in the winter. Englewood Beach (previously known as Chadwick Beach) is one of four beaches here. Rotonda West and Placida are 2 smaller communities just to the south...