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Auburn, AL  Home to Auburn University, Auburn has a stimulating atmosphere, friendly folks, an OLLI and more. It is a great retirement spot!

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Coronado, Panama  A lively beach town that is popular with expat retirees

Meggett, SC  Outside of Charleston, a mellow town along Wadmalaw Sound

Fairfield Glade, TN  An amenity rich resort and retirement community

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Eureka Springs, AR  Tucked in rolling northwestern Arkansas, Eureka Springs is lively, artsy and touristy. Is it a great place to retire?

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Royal Palm Beach, FL  A town laced with canals and dotted with lakes

Rockaway Beach, OR  A casual seaside town with an often quiet beach

Fallon, NV  A peaceful town in a green desert landscape

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Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, FL  

Laid back Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, located on a barrier island just east of Fort Lauderdale on Florida's southeastern coast, is home to sunny beaches and coral reefs. It dates from the 1920s and has grown by 9% within just the last decade alone.

Fletcher, NC  

Nestled in western North Carolina, Fletcher is a Blue Ridge Mountain town and has grown exponentially since its incorporation in 1989. Just 25 minutes south of Asheville, it has hilly terrain and a country, suburban vibe.

Mount Joy, PA  

Tucked amid rolling farmland in southeastern Pennsylvania's peaceful Dutch Country, Mount Joy started out in 1721. It was named after an Irish supply ship and has a rich agricultural tradition.

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