Retirement Opportunities Are Endless in Ozark Gateway
In the Ozark Gateway Region, the mountains seem to reach down to hold hands with the valleys. The region offers enough fun things to see and do to last several lifetimes. Why not move here and continue the enjoyment for the rest of your life?
The Ozarks is a perfect retirement place. The natural beauty is outstanding, taxes are low, lower than average crime rate and recreational opportunities that abound. Invite your friends to move here too and enjoy the fun with you!
Enjoy hiking, golfing, shopping, boating, canoeing, rafting, hunting, fishing, bird watching, horseback riding, camping and photographing the charming countryside or just relaxing under the shade of a sturdy oak tree. Take time to learn basket weaving, woodcarving, painting, doll making, pottery making, blacksmithing or other traditional Ozark skills from local artists and craftspeople.
Our beautiful hardwood and evergreen trees, towering cliffs, smog-free skies, crystal clear water, four season climate and plenty of recreational opportunities are reason enough to move here. But add in the low tax and crime rates, low traffic rate and inexpensive entertainment and it looks even better than you could imagine!
The Ozark Gateway has led the way in developing retirement communities. Cherokee Village was the nation's very first planned resort-retirement community when it was developed in 1954. Horseshoe Bend followed in the 1960s and is now Izard County's largest town.
The Cherokee Village-Hardy Area, Horseshoe Bend, Batesville, Walnut Ridge, Newport, Salem, Calico Rock, Melbourne, Mammoth Spring, Pocahontas and Mountain View are all top retirement communities in the Ozark Gateway Region. Each community offers many retirement opportunities for those interested in a fun-filled, relaxing and active lifestyle. For more information about retiring or relocating in our area, contact the Ozark Gateway Tourist Council office at 1-800-264-0316. We will be happy to have you join us in our region and become part of our communities.
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