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Washington is a state for the outdoorsy retiree. There are many recreational opportunities from hiking and bird watching to golfing and skiing. The beautiful landscape offers gorgeous views of both mountain ranges and the Pacific Ocean. For sea-loving retirees, The San Juan Islands are the place to be with sailing, kayaking, and whale-watching.
Commonly known for it's fishing, Washington has also recently become well-known for its wine. Over the past 10 years, the number of wineries has almost tripled.
Though the state has no income tax, Washington does have higher-than-average sales tax and overall cost of living. If you can afford to spend a little more, the Seattle area is a favorite for retirement, often landing on “Best Places to Retire” lists.
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