Montana February 20, 2018
Here Are The10 Best Cities In Montana To Retire In
Whether you retire at 55 or 105, you’re probably ready for some peace and quiet… and the kind of surreal natural beauty and serenity you’ll only find in Montana. The Treasure State is a great place to spend your golden years, and while you’ll be happy wherever you land, data from the websites
moveto.com and niche.com seems to indicate that these are the best cities for retirement.
Why not retire in Montana's largest city? It's still fairly small by most standards, but it has some outstanding restaurants and breweries, plenty of local businesses, and lots of options for medical care.
Chester is a tiny town in Liberty County in between Shelby and Havre. It's quaint, peaceful, and full of friendly folks, which is probably why it scored an A for retirees on niche.com.
Have you ever dreamed of living out your golden years by Glacier National Park? Fairfield is pretty close, and it has an amazing golf course with the Rocky Mountain Front as a backdrop. Fairfield also happens to be the Malting Barley Capital of the World.
Located in Sheridan County near the Canadian border, Plentywood is undeniably charming. It once served as a trading post for the people in the area, and now it's just a peaceful place to call home.
Planning on an active retirement? Consider making Bozeman your home. Known as part of the as the gateway to Yellowstone National Park, it's located within driving distance of some of Montana's most breathtaking spots.
In addition to being one of the most picturesque places that has ever existed, Whitefish has all kinds of outdoor adventures to keep you active. It's close to Kalispell and Glacier National Park, and the restaurants are second to none.
Glasgow's winters are pretty harsh, but if you grew up in Montana, the cold weather won't bother you, even in retirement. This Valley County city is underrated and has plenty of small town charm.
8. Thompson Falls
Spend your work-free days enjoying life on the banks of the Clark Fork River. And if you plan to do a lot of fishing, this is the place for you.
Looking for a place where everybody knows your name? It isn't hard to befriend your neighbors in Libby, a happy little city that's surrounded by breathtaking beauty.
If you retire in Central Montana, you'll have easier access to all sorts of great places in the state. Surrounded by mountain ranges and intersected by a beautiful stream, Lewistown is a little piece of paradise.
Of course, any place in Montana you decide to retire in will be amazing. Just look at how perfectly picturesque
these small towns are.