Best Small U.S. Towns to Visit for seniors

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Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

Over-60s who prefer relaxing vacations can take a dolphin tour or sunset cruise. The area's best seafood eateries are in Murrells Inlet.

Leavenworth, Washington

Leavenworth imitated a Bavarian hamlet in the 1960s to attract tourists. It was a hit despite its corniness.

Port St. Joe, Florida

Port St. Joe on the Gulf of Mexico's St. Joseph Bay attracts retirees seeking a slower pace. Downtown Salt Lake City has various stores, spas, and sidewalk cafés.

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Senior travellers will enjoy Eureka Springs' many Ozarks attractions. It's small and full of charming historic shops and contemporary businesses.

Morro Bay, California

For adult whale watchers, the beaches are never crowded. Birdwatching is popular here since many marine and coastal birds migrate through.

St. Mary's, Georgia

Northeast walkable St. Mary's features history, culture, food, and recreation. Oak Grove Cemetery and other historic trees begin self-guided St. Mary's history tours.

Bar Harbor, Maine

Maine-wide. 5–8 p.m. is restaurant peak time. Most roads have a 45-mph limit.

New Bern, North Carolina

Visit the North Carolina History Center, watch sunrise over Union Point Lake, and find all 60 bear sculptures in the city.

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and sleigh rides are naturally popular. Summertime rafting, fishing, and hiking are available nearby.

St. Augustine

The atmosphere is relaxed but adventurous. Touring bicycles are available. Walking tours are easy, and the underlying material is intriguing.

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