15 Peaceful Small Towns You’ll Love to Move to at Some Point

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Lansing, Michigan

L-Town is probably the best place for your retirement years, especially if you’re looking for a low-cost area where you can reside within Michigan State. There’s another reason why Lansing is worth mentioning: there, the cost of living is 17% cheaper than the national average, and the housing cost there is 47% lower.

Despite the fact that its citizens have to go through long and harsh winters, there are many outdoor things that are still enjoyable. At Burchfield Park, you can cross-country ski, while at Hawk Island Park, you might go snow tubing and even ice fishing.

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Fayetteville is in northwest Arkansas. It’s the home of the well-known Razorbacks of the University of Arkansas, and it has been ranked among the top five locations for living in the United States. Approximately 650 acres of property surround Lake Fayetteville, but also its adjacent parks. The park can be easily accessed by Fayetteville residents for leisure activities, such as camping, kayaking, fishing, and even hiking.

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