Active Retirement in Utah | Area Info is the top site to find Utah Active Adult Retirement Communities and Retirement Homes for active adults considering retiring to Utah. Searching for Active Adult Retirement Communities and Retirement Homes on is simple and easy. You will find many communities and homes to fulfill your retirement dreams. All retirement options are available including golf course living, new home communities, waterfront homes, condominiums, villas, manufactured home living and more. Your perfect place to retire is just a few clicks away.

Utah Active Adult Retirement Communities

Active Retirement Communities and 55+ Communities are active retirement communities and developments that are specifically for active adult retirement living. These types of communities really offer anything and everything for an active retirement lifestyle. You can find golf courses, swimming pools, tennis courts, shuffleboard and everything else you can think of in a gated retirement resort type environment. That being said, many adult communities also offer a quiet more reserved type living for those residents that appreciate a slower pace lifestyle. Almost all have community centers or clubhouses that feature many community activities. Almost all allow small pets. About the only thing you don’t find in 55+ communities are a lot of children, which can visit but cannot reside in most communities.

Utah is known for its geological diversity ranging from snowcapped mountains to well-watered river valleys to rugged, stony deserts. It is also known for being one of the most religiously homogeneous states in the Union, with approximately 62% of its inhabitants claiming membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which greatly influences Utahn culture and daily life.

Utah is a Native American word meaning "people of the mountains." An outdoorsy retiree's paradise, The state is home to the beautiful Wasatch Mountains and world-class ski resorts like Park City and Deer Valley. You can find burnt-orange and red boulders in the southeastern part of the state, known as the Moab area.

Utah is home to five sprawling national parks (more than any other state except Alaska and California). Also home to The Great Salt Lake, the largest saltwater lake in the western hemisphere, and Monument Valley, with its towering sandstone formations, Utah is a naturally beautiful place to retire.

The cost of living is just slightly higher than the national average and the median home costs a little more than average. Utah's unemployment rate is significantly lower than the rest of the nation, good news for those planning to work during retirement.


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