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North Carolina Senior Living

From the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains to picturesque harbor towns, North Carolina retirement communities have a lot to offer. A 2010 Del Webb poll cites North and South Carolina as the two most popular places to retire among the baby boomer generation—winning out over Florida and Arizona. North Carolina has almost 9 million residents and a wealth of communities that are great places to look for North Carolina assisted living facilities—including mountain towns, seaside villages, and larger cities.

North Carolina has four distinct seasons, with hot, humid summers and cold winters. Inhabitants find plenty to do outdoors year-round, including hiking, biking, camping, boating, and fishing. The coast tends to be cooler in summer and warmer in winter than non-coastal regions of the state; while it rarely gets below 40 degrees Fahrenheit near the coast, it does get below freezing in the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky mountains.

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