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Best Places to Retire in Kentucky

Best Places to Retire in Kentucky
Do you want to retire in Kentucky? Below are our recommendations for the best places to retire in Kentucky. 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 OwensboroOwensboro, Kentucky - Owensboro is Kentucky’s fourth largest city located on the southern banks of the Ohio River. Our visitors call Owensboro a neighborly city. Here you will find an abundance of outdoor parks, including Smother’s Park located along the Ohio River. This city is the Bluegrass Capital of the World and home to the Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Museum.

retire in Bowling GreenBowling Green, Kentucky - The Home of the Corvette is also a vibrant university town with a lively downtown business center and walkable shopping and entertainment district. Several outer-lying suburban areas create a commuter-based county that is very scenic with hillsides and rolling farmland. Bowling Green boasts family-fun entertainment and world-class attractions and serves as the region’s shopping and dining hub.

retire in Western Kentucky - Lake BarkleyWestern Kentucky - Lake Barkley, Kentucky - Western Kentucky's reputation for superb fishing draws hundreds of thousands of fishermen to the area each year. With two major lakes, 4 huge rivers, and plentiful smaller fishing venues, Western Kentucky is a fisherman's paradise. Lake Barkley is 118 miles on the Cumberland River. There are 1,004 miles of shoreline at normal summer pool (elev.

retire in Bluegrass RegionBluegrass Region, Kentucky - Danville is a small southern town rich in history and charm, located in the heart of the Bluegrass Region of central Kentucky. Though small in size, our community is close-knit and vibrant, with a colorful historic downtown district replete with locally owned shops, restaurants and businesses.

retire in Central Kentucky Bluegrass RegionCentral Kentucky Bluegrass Region, Kentucky - Mercer County in Central Kentucky is the first settlement west of the Alleghenies and rich in history, culture with an outstanding southern feel. Founded in 1786, Mercer County was named in honor of Revolutionary War hero Gen. Hugh Mercer, a close friends of George Washington. Gen. Mercer died as a result of wounds received at the Battle of Princeton.

retire in Mt. SterlingMt. Sterling, Kentucky - Mt. Sterling downtown is full of beautifully restored buildings, churches, and homes. It's a small rural community with big city amenities and only 29 miles east of Lexington, KY on Interstate 64.

retire in Southeast KentuckySoutheast Kentucky, Kentucky - Laurel County is located about halfway between Lexington, Kentucky and Knoxville, Tennessee at the junction of Interstate I-75 and the Cumberland Falls Highway and Hal Rogers Parkway (formerly Daniel Boone Parkway). This is a unique and beautiful area with a rich history.

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