Retirement is indeed a very big art of anyone’s life. But have you chosen your retirement destination yet? For most people, retirement means living with a reduced amount of income. Here are some of the best places to retire in the U.S. They have a good weather and a lot of activities that will never leave you bored.
If you are a nature loving person then Prescott, Arizona is the best place to retire. Prescott is a famous historic city that boasts of adventure and culture. If you are a golfer, then you must be excited to see its six pristine courses. And if you want some adventure in your last age, then Prescott is perfect for you with its secluded picnic spots and lakes. Prescott has always been the hidden gem in retirement communities.
Palm Springs, California
Palm Springs gets over 300 days of sunshine every year. In summer, the temperatures are around 100 degrees during the day and 80 degrees at night, while in winters 70-80 degrees is the usual temperature during the day, and at night it is around 40 degrees. Retirees will enjoy their time visiting the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, the Moorten Botanical Garden, which is famous for its ancient fossils and gold-mine relics, the Palm Springs Art Museum, Tramway Gas Station, which is full of modern architecture and the Cabazon Dinosaurs museum. Palm Springs also provide one of the best medical facilities.
One of the most alluring cities in the world, Venice happens to be one of the best places to retire. It is a pleasant community consisting of 21,000 people located on the Gulf of Mexico. Venice has very less traffic and is the best if you want to stay away from the hustle-bustle of most cities. It has a great beach in the town and a total of 31 municipal parks. Leaving aside its numerous tourist spots that you can visit, Venice is the best place if you want to live in a planned community.
If you are a history buff looking for a slower pace in life, Savannah is the place for you. Savannah is full of beautiful public squares, colonial architecture and vivid cultural scenes. In other words, Savannah has something to provide to everyone. The city’s famous Riverwalk with over 80 shops, restaurants and galleries is something you can visit whenever you are bored.
Beaufort, South Carolina
Beaufort is popularly known as “Queen of the Carolina Sea Islands” and has a retirement community of 11,000. Beaufort is a charming old town where 304 acres of it been named as the National Historic Landmark. It has luxurious golf courses. The climate is mild in winters. This is one of the best places to retire for those who love to retire in a small river town in the serenity of Mother Nature.