Choose Del Webb for the best Michigan retirement communities. Offering spacious models in our beautiful 55+ communities in Michigan. Start looking today! 55+ Love it in Michigan For retirees looking to enjoy the retirement they dreamed of while working hard, the 55+ communities of Michigan provide the perfect place to enjoy your golden years in style. From the sparkling Great Lakes, to scenic fall foliage, any retiree hoping to explore the great outdoors will have plenty of places to go during Location: Auburn Hills, , MI.
Michigan can be a great state for active adults and people over 50, particularly if they like living in a college town like East Lansing, Ann Arbor, or Ypsilanti. Active adults who enjoy living near a lake will find many great retirement communities such as beautiful Charlevoix or the popular tourist town of Holland. Michigan is home to more than 36, miles of streams, 11, inland lakes and borders four of the five Great Lakes. Some popular points of interest among active adults and retirees include Sleeping Bear Dunes, Traverse City, Ludington, Bay View, lighthouses, Mackinac Island, Motown Historic Museum, The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
Below each retirement town is a list of the best 55+ and active adult communities in or near it. Have fun exploring! Add Your Michigan Active Adult Community to Our Directory - Free. Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor Active Communities. Grand Reserve. Island Lake of Novi. Silver Maples of Chelsea. Swan Creek. Glenmoor Village is a beautifully maintained 55 and older community located in Battle Creek, Michigan. This community offers a selection of quality homes and a lifestyle that allows residents to actively enjoy life instead of spending all of their time maintaining a home.
Adult Community Placement. If you or your loved ones can no longer live independently and need licensed adult care, you may be eligible for assistance. Contact your local Department of Human Services office for more information. For more information on licensed adult foster care or homes for the aged programs, go to the AFC/HFA page.