Apartments for Rent in Enid, OK
Enid is a quirky Oklahoma town that is supposedly named after a character in Alfred Lord Tennyson’s poem, Idylls of the King. “Enid the Fair” was quite beautiful – so much so that it inspired the man in charge of the railroad station at the time – then called Skeleton Station – to rename the station to Enid.
While others claim the name has something to do with cowboys and a practical joke involving reversing a chuck wagon sign that read “DINE,” the romantic story involving the fair and just heroine of a poem is the most widely accepted.
As the Wheat Capital of the United States, Enid has the largest grain storage capacity in the country – and the third largest in the world. The Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, contains grain elevators dating to the early 1900s.
Rent an Enid apartment and enjoy the city’s many amenities, including a vast parks system that includes the Hoover Park Splash Pad, Splash Zone Water Park, Crosslin Dog Park, and the David Allen Memorial Ballpark. Go shopping in historic downtown Enid and stay to enjoy the restaurants, art galleries, live music, and more.