Georgia Senior Housing
Georgia may not be a major retirement destination like Florida—but it’s becoming more and more popular. Maybe it’s the championship golf courses—and the high number of sunny days for avid golfers to get on the course. Maybe it’s the picturesque and surprisingly affordable neighborhoods in beautiful seaside fishing villages, cozy hamlets nestled in the Appalachian foothills, or bustling cities like Atlanta and Savannah. Or maybe it’s the variety of climates throughout the state’s various elevations. For all these reasons and more, senior living in Georgia is the next big thing.
If you love the outdoors, Georgia is a great place to retire. The Appalachian Mountains offer a beautiful setting for hiking, camping, and fishing. There’s boating, deep-sea fishing, and other water sports by the coast. And if you’re into golf, you can’t go wrong by moving to Georgia. There are exceptional golf courses throughout the state—and plenty of sunny days to get out on the golf course. In Greensboro, for example, you’ll find a small town of fewer than 5,000 people—as well as an extravagant Ritz Carlton resort and golf courses designed by Palmer, Crenshaw, Nicklaus, and Fazio. There’s also the Golden Isles, a golf retreat featuring championship-level courses and world-renowned resorts such as Jekyll Island and St. Simons—which attract their fair share of celebrity and millionaire golfers.