Delaware Attractions January 13, 2018
Here Are The 5 Best Towns In Delaware To Retire In
Delaware is the perfect state for retirees! Proximity to the beaches and cities, plenty of small towns, an abundance of recreational activities and even low tax rates overall make this an idea place to settle down once you’ve retired. Check out what makes these five towns in particular the perfect places to retire in Delaware.
1. Long Neck
Long Neck is a charming resort town that doesn't get quite as busy as the bustling beach towns. It's home to a fantastic golf course, and it provides easy access to the Indian River Bay for plenty of recreation activities. It's a charming suburb with stable weather and easy access to amenities.
2. Ocean View
Ocean View is similar to Long Neck, in that it offers quieter access to the beaches, golfing and recreation, and a pleasant suburban environment.
Lewes is lovely for retirees! The vibrant community right along Cape Henlopen offers wonderful weather for most of the year, plenty of shopping and activities in town, lots of room to get outdoors and plenty of locals to socialize with.
4. Bethany Beach
Bethany Beach is the best place for retirees who want to be on the ocean. You'll never be far away from the busy beach towns, but you'll have the sand to yourself in the off season.
If you'd prefer to stay upstate, there's no better town to retire to than Arden. This quirky, utopian community is wonderful for anyone who wants to stay active and involved. The Gilds they offer include groups for dancing, dining, music and theater. You'll never run out of things to do in this unique town.
Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg. There are plenty of charming small towns in Delaware where one might choose to spend their time after their working days are over. For even more ideas, check out
10 Small Towns in Delaware Where Everyone Knows Your Name.