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City of Cumming GA

 


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Cumming GA 55 Plus Retirement Homes

Town Profile: Cumming, GA

Beautiful Cumming, Georgia is home to just under 6,000 residents. One of the bonuses of living here is that the city is part of the Atlanta metro area, but has a close knit small town feel. Cumming has a rich history that includes warring tribes. The Cherokee and Creek tribes battled over the area, in which the Cherokees won. During the time of the Trail of Tears, the tribe had to leave. The city was finally incorporated in 1834 and was the name sake of Colonel William Cumming. Through the Civil War, depressions, and the loss of a gold boom and the railroads, the city survived. This also helped to preserve the history and beauty of Cumming.


Courthouse in the Square, Cumming, GA

 

Lending to the city's beauty is being located between the Sawnee Mountains and Lake Sidney Lanier. There is much to do here from a Veterans War Memorial to the famous 4th of July Parade. The Cumming Fairgrounds is home to the Parade and many other great events and festivals. The IPRA Championship Rodeo is also help here at the Fairgrounds. The Aquatic Center and Water Park is a fun attraction in Cumming. There are even classes you can take there. For the history buff, there is the Historical Society. There are these attractions, plus many others that are sure to keep you busy.

If you are considering retiring here, there are top notch communities you will have to choose from. Following examples of communities for baby boomers are just two of the many options.

The Villas at Canterfield

This handsomely appointed community will have you living carefree. You will be surrounded in a country-club setting with many luxurious amenities. This sophisticated property has everything you need. For example, there is an ice cream parlor, beauty salon, barber shop, a health club, lounge, a theater, a library, and much more. There are several floorplans you will have to pick from and they are all spacious to make you feel like home.

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The Oaks at Post Road

It is the top concern of the staff to ensure all resident's needs are met. In fact, you will have access to assistance 24 hours a day. This includes emergencies, activities, grooming, and more. You will be treated to three meals and snacks, housekeeping, free Wi-Fi, provided transportation, and more. You will also have access to monitoring for wellness, health, weight, nutrition, and others. The staff wants to ensure you are happy and healthy. In addition, there are many activities to keep you busy and entertained.

Should you decide to retire in Cumming, GA, you will enjoy the amenities of being so close to the big city, while living in the peaceful small town. Baby boomers will fall in love with this quaint city and all it has to offer.

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