Tulsa, OK 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

The major city of Eastern Oklahoma, Tulsa is a large metropolitan area rich with history. It is popular for its temperate weather, many museums, and vibrant downtown districts. Besides this, its numerous green and natural spaces make it popular for active adults seeking a quieter retirement with all the conveniences of a big city.

The major city of Eastern Oklahoma, Tulsa is a large metropolitan area rich with history. It is popular for its temperate weather, many museums, and vibrant downtown districts. Besides this, its numerous green and natural spaces make it popular for active adults seeking a quieter retirement with all the conveniences of a big city.

Climate & Geography

Tulsa experiences a humid subtropical climate. Summers are hot with low humidity, winters are cool with some freezing temperatures, and falls are long and pleasant. Precipitation is spread evenly throughout the year, resulting in average rainfall and very little snowfall. Residents can expect 227 days of sunshine each year.

Recreation, Culture & Entertainment

With such a varied terrain, Tulsa has numerous options for outdoor recreation. Wildlife enthusiasts enjoy hiking through the Oxley Nature Center and Turkey Mountain Park. Fishers and boaters can head to the Arkansas River on the southwest corner of the city, and golfers have numerous courses to choose from.

For culture and entertainment, popular destinations include the Philbrook Museum of Art, Gilcrease Museum, and the Tulsa Zoo. Downtown Tulsa is divided into several different districts, each offering unique shopping, dining, and art galleries. Some of the more popular districts include the East Village District for performing arts, the Deco District for shopping and dining, and the Tulsa Arts District for boutiques and parks. The Tulsa Farmers Market is also held downtown on weekends.

Cost of Living & Taxes

Tulsa has a lower overall cost of living compared to the rest of the U.S. Housing is very affordable, and transportation and health care are the only factors that are above the national average.

Oklahoma does not tax Social Security benefits, and the state offers a deduction for retirees on all other forms of retirement income. Property taxes are very low, with an available homestead exemption as well. Sales taxes, on the other hand, are very high, and groceries are fully taxed.

Health Care

There are many hospitals in Tulsa, including several that are rated as high performing by U.S. News. These hospitals are St. Francis Hospital-Tulsa, Hillcrest Medical Center, and St. John Medical Center-Tulsa.


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1056 Southern Hills Drive, Banning, CA

Meadow Ranch Community

  • 3 bed
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  • 3 bath
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  • 2320 SqFt
MLS CV23099287
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