The Best Places to Retire in America

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Eugene, Oregon

The University of Oregon, with over 3 million volumes, located in this collegiate town. The city contains many biking and jogging paths.

Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville is a great starting point for trips to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests, and the Blue Ridge Parkway. 

Toledo, Ohio

Toledo, Ohio, features hot summers and snowy winters on Lake Erie. The city has many glass and automotive jobs. Toledo has affordable housing and good access to healthcare.

Port St. Lucie, Florida

Port St. Lucie, on Florida's Atlantic coast, is desirable and affordable. Port St. Lucie had low retiree taxes and high contentment.


Youngstown, Ohio

Youngstown is midway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh in northeast Ohio. Youngstown has hot, humid summers and harsh, snowy winters.


Pittsburgh offers cheap homes and a good living. Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh offer classes and performances for retirees. 


Philadelphia's museums and historic sites can be visited by retirees. The city now has professional sports teams, art and scientific museums, and top-ranked medical facilities.


Manchester, New Hampshire

Manchester's four-season climate offers beautiful fall foliage and winter skiing. Seniors get discounted season passes at McIntyre Ski Area. 

Scranton, Pennsylvania

Scranton's low cost of living helps extend retirement income. Retirement money may last longer due to low home ownership and rent costs

Ocala, Florida

Ocala breeds Kentucky Derby winners. Retirees can ride horses via natural paths, attend equestrian contests, explore horse farms, and meet international champions

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