Tag: California Retirement
Terramor, a gated master-planned development in Riverside County, California, recently celebrated the grand opening of its first 55+ neighborhood, which is called Cortina.
California is known for Hollywood, celebrities, the Golden Gate Bridge, wine country, scenic mountains, and beautiful beaches. But it’s also popular for golf, which makes it a hotspot retirement destination for many Baby Boomers. The Golden State has a variety of lush fairways and greens that can be played all year long and it attracts players from different skill levels. Many active adult communities in California offer golf as a central feature from their long list of resort-style amenities. Some of the best golf courses offer unique and challenging layouts that were designed by famous architects like Billy Casper, Ted Robinson Sr., or Greg Nash. These well-maintained golf courses also provide a picturesque setting that embraces the gorgeous, natural environment that allow players to enjoy breathtaking mountain or water views. So if you’re dreaming of perfecting your backswing or working on your short game during your Golden Years then you’ll want to check out these 10 awesome golf communities in the Golden State.
The dream of California living is assumed to be out of reach for many impending retirees. Horror stories of high taxes, housing prices that border on fantasy, and traffic that seems to stretch as far as the state is enough to send active adult homebuyers scrambling to Florida.
Located in the popular Palm Springs area, Indio is the Coachella Valley’s largest city. Indio is known as the “City of Festivals” as it hosts several annual events, and it welcomes active adults with popular activities such as golf, tennis and performing arts. The area offers affordable housing, plenty of attractions and a hot, dry climate.
California is known for its beaches, wine regions and celebrity hot spots. However, residents know that it is also a state that boasts miles and miles of hiking trails. This makes it easy for anyone to add hiking to their regular weekly routine. Avid hikers can discover their own favorite trails in both state and local parks, or even within the borders of some large active adult communities.