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Many are home to colleges and universities, as well as museums, concert halls and theaters.
Take a look at our list and see if you can find the city that feels just right for you.
But the cost of living is in the top 10 percent of U. metro areas, mostly because of high housing prices.
Locals are highly educated — fed by the 13,800 students at Western Washington University — and opportunities do exist for skilled workers.
The tree-lined streets of downtown Athens are home to numerous venues, including the famous 40 Watt Club and Georgia Theatre, along with a full slate of restaurants, shops, services and more. The city has a Really Really Free market, a giant free swap meet in a city park.
For active retirees, golf is big here, and the Athens Bicycling group welcomes riders of all ages and speeds.
Bellingham can feel like a mini Seattle or Portland, Ore., with active, eco-conscious locals and a downtown farmers market.
The city's 16 historic districts complement a vivacious downtown, a 300-acre State Botanical Garden and a pace of life well suited to retirement. It includes the Hodgson School of Music; the Performing Arts Center, which has a 1,100-seat auditorium; the Lamar Dodd School of Art (studios, lecture halls, galleries, a media center and an eco-friendly "green roof"), and the Georgia Museum of Art with 9,000 square feet of exhibition space; and dance, theater and film programs.For spectators, college sports are serious business here: The university's Bulldogs, with NCAA Division I teams in most sports, inspire epic tailgating and frenzied rivalries with Georgia Tech and Auburn University.Any city with a six-month rainy season that still draws high marks from happy residents must have a lot going for it.But the median household income is also way above average, and housing foreclosures are almost unknown.If your retirement daydreams involve a healthy, culturally rich, lakeside town, Burlington may be for you.