Top Retirement Towns
What Homer is like for active adults
Homer, a small fishing and resort town of about 4,000 people in Alaska, is a paradise for outdoor loving active adults 55+. Perhaps the one place in the world where there are so many unruly bald eagles that they could be satirized as pests (on John Stewart's “The Daily Show”), this town at the southwestern end of the road from Anchorage makes a beautiful and rugged retirement community. Cruise lines have Homer on their list of destinations...
Spring hill(17982 Views)
What Spring Hill is like for active adults
Spring Hill Florida is one of the northernmost retirement communities on Florida’s (west) Gulf Coast. If you drive between Tallahassee (on the inside of Florida’s elbow) down the coast toward Tampa you will be struck by how empty the landscape is for almost 100 miles. Development starts just above Spring Hill; bulldozers relentlessly churn further north from here every day. Spring Hill is about 38 miles north of Tampa, and is somewhat inland...
What Westfield is like for active adults
Westfield is a small city of 41,000 in western Massachusetts near Springfield and north of Hartford, CT. This is a pretty agricultural area on the edge of the Connecticut River Valley that is quite hilly, thanks to the Metacomet Ridge. There are some nice parks in town, as well as Westfield State University. The parks are: Amelia Park Ice Rink and Memorial Garden and Stanley Park of Westfield...
Murrells inlet(3074 Views)
What Murrells Inlet is like for active adults
Murrells Inlet is a seaside town in Georgetown County, South Carolina, just a few miles south of Myrtle Beach, with a population of 8,547 at the 2010 census. The town was once primarily a fishing village, but has grown substantially, along with the rest of the "Grand Strand" in Myrtle Beach, into a popular tourist and retirement location...
State: South Carolina