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Best Places to Retire in Kansas

Best Places to Retire in Kansas
Do you want to retire in Kansas? Below are our recommendations for the best places to retire in Kansas. Click on the destination links to find area description and characteristics, area amenities and things to do, climate and weather, housing options, cost of living, senior assistance, area demographics and job & volunteer opportunities.

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retire in DerbyDerby, Kansas - In the early spring of 1869, the Alexander Garrett family brought their covered wagon to a stop on the bank of Spring CDerby Kansas Main Street Looking North, early 1900sreek after a long journey from Ohio. They took out a claim and later built a sod house, and that’s where the city known today as Derby began.

retire in ManhattanManhattan, Kansas - Manhattan KS is a very vibrant college town, home to Kansas State University. Huge number of accolades in recent years, to include # 2 Best Place to Live in the U.S. by Livability.com in 2018. In the Greater Manhattan, Kansas, region, we like to say we’re “something special in between.

retire in Kansas CityKansas City, Kansas - While many cities are known for their expanding skylines, action-packed nightlife, and bustling communities, Kansas City, Kansas has all of that incorporated into a small, diverse, and family oriented community. It has some of the big city amenities with a small town down-home appeal.

retire in Seward CountySeward County, Kansas - Seward County includes two towns, Liberal with a population of 22,000 and a smaller town, Kismet. There is a variety of things to do in Seward County including hunting fishing and golfing. Liberal has a nice waterpark, three golf courses and a miniature golf course.

retire in Wild West Country in Southwest Kansas, the area surrounding Dodge CityWild West Country in Southwest Kansas, the area surrounding Dodge City, Kansas - What we call Wild West Country is one of the Midwest’s hidden treasures. We are 22 counties in Southwest Kansas, with wide-open spaces, magnificent sunrises and sunsets, and diverse, sometimes rugged, landscapes.

retire in SoutheastSoutheast, Kansas - Nestled along the Banks of the Neosho River, Iola sits a community rich in history that is very much alive with its showy 19th century architecture. Iola is home to the largest downtown square in the U.S. and is surrounded by quaint, unique shops, boutiques and upscale Flea Markets.

retire in Southwest Kansas, Ford County, Dodge CitySouthwest Kansas, Ford County, Dodge City, Kansas - Dodge City is a western town with strong historic roots. Known as the Cowboy Capital and the Queen of the cowtowns. When you make your "get away" to Dodge City, you'll find everything you need to ensure a memorable time.

retire in MidwestMidwest, Kansas - Lindsborg is located in a part of the state which includes rolling hills and expanses of grass and farm land. From sunrise to sunset, the central part of Kansas is known for beautiful sky and hospitality. Located just to the south of Coronado Heights, the southernmost of seven natural Dakota sandstone bluffs, Lindsborg is known for their Swedish heritage and is a favorite stop for tourists.

retire in LansingLansing, Kansas - Our city has a small town atmosphere, but is within 30 minutes or so of downtown Kansas City, Johnson County, Lawrence, Ft. Leavenworth, interstate highways and Kansas City International Airport. The cost of living is very affordable, and we are in the hills near the Missouri River, near many historic locations.

retire in TopekaTopeka, Kansas - Topeka – the capital of Kansas – is situated in Shawnee County, in the northeast quadrant of a state located in the center of the United States. Topeka offers four seasons, beautiful rolling hills, friendly people anda willing workforce. Spring often arrives in early March. Summers pass with only a few 100-degree days.

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