10 Best Cities To Retire In The U.S.

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA

Lots of people flock to Arizona to retire, and Prescott is one of the better options as it has cooler summers than most. If you love the outdoors and a vibrant cultural scene, you would love it here. It also has a booming economy, rich history and low housing prices.

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

The historic community of St. Augustine, Florida, is a perfect retirement location for history buffs.  The local economy is driven by tourism, so if you’re keen to volunteer and stay an active part of your community, this might be the city for you.  On the north east coast of Florida, this city experiences cooler temperatures than other options in the state.

PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA

Palm Springs is one of the world’s most famous retirement communities with breath taking landscapes and rich culture. Here you can enjoy the golf scene and the nearby Joshua Tree Park and sunshine most of the year. 

BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA

Beaufort, South Carolina is a quaint town that is a prime retirement spot.  With plenty of golfing and fishing during the mild winters and hot summers, you can make a home in this growing retirement community.

VENICE, FLORIDA

Venice has many canals and rivers that run through it, influenced by the Italian renaissance, with low prices and limited traffic this can be a peaceful retirement town.  

ABILENE, TEXAS

If you’re looking for an affordable retirement then Abilene, Texas is your spot.  The cost of living is 10{f5bd26822d4d7495ccc4925c1d4220df92c46d5db5344682916e075f12f42cfd} below the national average, the weather is warm and great for golfing and other outdoor recreation.

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

Salt Lake City is a picturesque place to retire where you can golf and enjoy winter sports. The economy is great with plenty of outdoor activities and volunteering opportunities to keep you busy.  

AUSTIN, TEXAS

Austin is a cultural hub that boasts a terrific economy, warm weather, plenty of volunteering opportunities, open air art markets, galleries, museums, performing art theaters, low crime and much more.

BOISE, IDAHO

Boise, Idaho was rated one of the best cities to live and ride.  If you love the outdoors, the mountains are near as well as the river where you can whitewater raft (if you dare) or just enjoy the shopping and restaurants around. 

MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA

Myrtle Beach has a sandy beach, trendy shopping and restaurants, low cost of living and enough golf courses to keep things exciting.




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