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January 26, 2021 — Every year we have fun rendering our opinion on the very “Best Places to Retire“. This list is meant to highlight retirement towns that represent exceptionally great places to retire. But it is important to remember, any place where you can be happy in retirement, that is the best place – for you!

To develop this list we consulted our previous reports of the 20 Best Retirement Towns in three of the major U.S. retirement regions. But the primary consideration was visitor and Member interest at Topretirements.com – the cities that generated the most interest from January to December on this site were the winners. The big news is that several of the towns generating top places on this list had never placed so high. Arizona garnered the top two places on this list, joining Florida and New Mexico who also had two winners. Congratulations to all!

10 Best of the Best Places to Retire

Popularity on this site, as measured by online visits by our Members,was the most important criteria. On that basis, here are the best of the best places to retire in all of the U.S.

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What it's Like to Retire in Wellesley

Wellesley is an extremely affluent near suburb of Boston. The population is 27,000 and growing.  Wellesley is home to Wellesley College and Babson College, plus a community college. The economy is diverse with several large employers including Sun Life Financial and Roche Brothers. The town has many resources including the famous Wonderful Weekend Festival... more >>

State: Massachusetts

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What it's Like to Retire in Centre

Centre is a town of 3,200 in northeastern Alabama and on the Georgia border. It is nestled up against the Weiss Lake, an enormous 450 mile stretch of shoreline that draws residents and tourists alike. This laid back and classically conservative, Southern town is a place where cost of living in low while outdoor recreation opportunities are abundant. This is a town of barbecues and high school football games... more >>

State: Alabama

 
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What it's Like to Retire in Tulsa

Tulsa is located in the northeast corner of Oklahoma, at the foot of the Ozark Mountains. It has a large number of lakes and hills, compared to the rest of the state, and contains more than half of its parks. Tulsa is considered Oklahoma's cultural and arts center, as it is home to two world-renowned art museums, along with professional opera and ballet companies... more >>

State: Oklahoma

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What it's Like to Retire in Cherokee County

Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, and at the foothills of the Appalachians, Cherokee County, in northern Georgia, was named after the Cherokee Indians who once lived in the area. The growing county of 230,985 (2014 census), has seen a population increase of over 200% since 2000, and consists of five towns which have all seen growth in both business and residential sectors... more >>

State: Georgia

 
 
 
 

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