Idaho is a great state for retirement. Although some places in the state are better for retirement than others. We’ll get to that a little later. First, let’s check how the state is ranked compared to other states. WalletHub says: “To determine the best states for retirement, WalletHub compared 50 states across 47 key retirement ease metrics. Our analysis looks at affordability, health-related factors, and overall quality of life.”
Great Gem State is one of the top 10 states in the country for retirement. Idaho was ranked 9th on the list. See the list of the top 10 below, followed by the best cities to retire in Idaho.
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- Virginia, 57.55 points out of 100
- Florida, 57.43
- Colorado 57.41
- Wyoming 55.60
- Delaware, 55.49
- New Hampshire, 55.00
- South Dakota, 53.61
- Minnesota, 53.50
- Idaho, 53.20
- North Dakota, 53.03
Where can retirees get the most out of their retirement time here in the Gem State? Stucker analyzed the data and rankings to come up with a list of the best places to retire in Idaho.
One of the main data sources was Niche, which ranks retirement destinations based on a variety of factors including “cost of living, health care, recreation and weather.” Special attention is paid to the things your typical retiree is interested in, including easy access to indoor and outdoor recreation such as hiking trails and access to water. They also pay attention to the proximity to museums and theaters. The cost of living and low crime rates also matter.
I was surprised which places were taken by some cities, and which did not make the list at all. Here are the 15 best places in Idaho to retire. To see the full list of the top 25, go to the original list on Stacker here.
Here are the BEST Places to Retire in Idaho
For many, retirement is a time to slow down and reward yourself for decades of hard work. So where is the best place to relax? Where can retirees get the most out of their retirement time here in the Gem State? Stucker analyzed the data and rankings to come up with a list of the best places to retire in Idaho.
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