Best 55+ Places to Retire

best 55+ retirement communities

Top 55+ Places to Retire

top 55 places to retire


Now that you’ve spent a long career working and busting your butt off moving up the ladder, choosing a great retirement destination is a top priority.

Here at we have many resources available to help you choose where you want to live as well as how you want to live. We are a baby boomer knowledge center to find top 55 places for retirement. See our resources listed below.



55 and over communities to retire55 Community Guide is a free directory of active adult communities and 55 Plus retirement communities.  These communities offer an exciting active lifestyle with plenty of amenities and chances to meet new friends in a resort like location.  These are among the top places to live for Boomers.  Also there is a Retirement Articles Page with many articles about where to retire locations. Plus sections for 55+ homes for sale and 55+ rentals.

Many times the hustle and bustle of urban life can get you down.  The smog, two hour traffic jams, and ever-increasing road rage all lead to a stressful state of living.  If this sounds like your life then moving to a small town might be among your best places to retire.


For the best towns for Boretire to a small townomers to live or retire, visit our Small Town Retirement guide at It has all sorts of information on moving to a smaller community in your retirement years and features 55 plus communities.

On the other hand, if you’re sick and tired of the slow pace of life and want nightlife, cultural activities, and tons of stuff to do without having to take care of the yard and commute to a big town, perhaps moving to a larger urban area maybe has your best places for retirement.


City Retirement provides almost all services like dry cleaning, grocery stores, bus stations, and activities all wcity living in retirementithin walking distance, and living in a city condo or townhouse can provide just the extra spice of life.  For the best retirement cities our guide over at provides all sorts of articles and helpful tips for living in an urban area during your retirement years.


senior living communitiesFor the seniors who ever dreamed of a place where you can move into an active community of people and not have to worry about taking care of the grass or yard work, the laundry, as well as cooking on a day to day basis? Then Senior Community Guide is a great resource to find communities full of fun and fulfilling activities and friends.  Senior communities may be your best places to retire.


Some people believe the best place to retire is right in their own home! For those people, we recommend they look into visit their local senior center.  Senior centers can provide programs and activites to make your life more fun and healthy too! Todays senior centers are not what you may think, go check them our yourself and you will be glad you did.


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By Robert Fowler         55 Retirement Articles


7 thoughts on “Best 55+ Places to Retire”

  1. I really like the idea of finding a retirement community that offers an active lifestyle. My grandmother is definitely not the type of person that can sit still for long. Hopefully, I can find a lively place for her to stay that isn’t too far from home.

  2. Hey!!
    Those in search of good senior apartments or retirement community for our seniors and their families from all over the Bellingham WA region, including Ferndale, Lynden, Blaine, and Everson may contact us. You are doing really a great job with 55 Community Guide and it is an excellent resource for those looking for quality retirement communities of all types. .Thank you for sharing great information.

  3. I agree, when it’s time for me the 55 and older communities that offer maintenance free living is the only way to go. No more lawn mowing and more fishing sounds good to me. The Daytona Beach area of Florida seems just small enough not to deal with traffic but has enough to offer.

  4. I write for baby boomer consumers. There are many steps boomers should take before they decide to move from their homes to a retirement community or another town.

    Many boomers want to age in place, to stay in their current homes with assistance from care givers and workers to help them maintain their yards.

    Rita R. Robison, Consumer Journalist

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