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1907 E Broadway Ave, Enid, OK 73701
$600 | 1 Bed
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1726 Leona Mitchell Blvd, Enid, OK 73701
$550 | 1 Bed
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4004 Village Dr, Enid, OK 73703
$590 | 2 Beds
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1228 E Broadway Ave, Enid, OK 73701
$600 - $650 | 1 - 2 Beds
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1111 S Oakwood Rd, Enid, OK 73703
$670 | 2 Beds
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2501 Hunters Hill Dr, Enid, OK 73703
$675 - $795 | 1 - 2 Beds
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408 N Oakwood Rd, Enid, OK 73703
$550 - $645 | 1 - 2 Beds
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Enid, OK Apartments for Rent

Knock. Knock. Who’s there? Enid. Enid who? “Enid” okay to live in an Enid OK apartment?

You are most definitely right; this place is A-OK! A great place to raise a family, get an education, or even ride a bike around the block – this is Enid, Oklahoma, a quirky little town that was named after a character in Lord Tennyson’s poem, Idylls of the King. “Enid the Fair” was quite beautiful – so much so that she inspired the man in charge of the railroad station at the time (then called Skeleton Station) to rename the station to Enid.

Well. That’s one story. The other claims it has something to do with cowboys playing a practical joke and reversing a chuck wagon sign that read “DINE.” However, the romantic story involving the fair and just heroine of Tennyson’s poem is more widely accepted.

Enid offers great shopping and amazing attractions sure to draw you in. Enid is friendly, upbeat, and positive. Does that sound too good to be true? It isn’t! You’ll be very happy you chose to rent an apartment in Enid – here’s why!

Things to Do in Enid:

There’s something to be said for a city when its name spelled backwards is “dine,” and Enid delivers with plenty of great food!

Every location from Callahan’s Pub & Grille to Costello’s Continental Cuisine will impress you.  The atmosphere in Costello’ Continental Cuisine is eclectic, and the menu is sophisticated and full of surprises. Start with the Mushrooms Costello. This dish is crab-stuffed mushrooms topped with melted port wine cheese sauce. Before moving on to a list of entree choices that range from poultry, steak, and lamb to seafood and pasta, the Chicken Zoe features a tender chicken breast stuffed with fresh spinach, sautéed with pine nuts, garlic and red onion.

Callahan’s Pub and Grille also serves up some great dishes. Beer lovers and food lovers, say hello.  This place will have you never wanting to say goodbye. The Cedar Salmon is great; try a unique spin-off of a juicy burger. They are sure to keep you coming back for more. Since alcohol is available, you must be at least 21 to enter.

There’s always something to do with the kids in Enid! Most parents flock to Leonardo’s Children’s Museum and Adventure Queen Quest. This place provides kids with hands-on art and science. There is so much fun that learning becomes second nature.

The Memorial Ball Park plays host to sporting events such as baseball games each season. This park is busy — it is home to many World Series tournaments.

The Trail System and Splash Zone Water Park provides a way to cool off and have fun! A mini golf course and a Ferris wheel also add to the fun.

The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is considered to be a relationship healer. If you want the bond to grow stronger, bring your “special someone” here and test out the theory!

Outside your Enid apartment will be the Enid Trail System. This trail is a safe and convenient path for walkers, joggers, bicyclists, skaters, and wheelchair users. Eventually, the Trail will connect residential areas to significant outdoor recreational areas, including area lakes and parks!

Government Springs Park was once was a popular watering hole on the Chisholm Trail. Today, it is a great park for picnics and enjoying the fresh air.

Catch a performance at Gaslight Theatre or the Enid Symphony Center! Both are great theatrical venues that provide laughter and drama. The Enid Event Center and the Chisholm Trail Expo Center are also great venues.

What to Consider When Moving to Enid:

Situated about an hour north of Oklahoma City and about an hour west of Tulsa, these two large cities are available for weekend shopping trips and entertainment. But Enid, as the county seat of Garfield County and home to Vance Air Force Base, has a stable economy, a charming and historic downtown, more than 100 restaurants, and plenty of shopping. The Enid Farmers Market features locally-grown produce, crafts, and other items. Enid even contains two wineries that feature tours, gift shops, and wine sampling.

With its Western traditions and history, Enid offers some unique historic sites and museums. The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center features five galleries with historical figures and exhibits and the Humphrey Heritage Village, a living history village containing four historical buildings.

If you don’t automatically think “wheat” when someone mentions Enid, Oklahoma, you should. This attractive city is often referred to as the “Wheat Capital” and it contains the Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District, which contains elevators dating back to the late 1920s. At its peak, Enid had a grain storage capacity of about 80,000,000 bushels. Today, it still has the country’s largest grain storage and has the third largest storage capacity in the world.

Why Enid Apartments Are Hot:

Enid is all about eating well, playing well, being well, and living to your fullest potential. You don’t want to miss a beat – move to an apartment in Enid now and start enjoying this fantastic city!

Why Enid?

  • Enid offers a wealth of fine arts, such as the Enid Symphony Orchestra and Gaslight Theatre.
  • Leonardo’s Discovery Warehouse and Adventure Quest is a hands-on art and science museum.
  • Historic sites in Enid include the Garfield County Courthouse, Broadway Tower, and the Enid Masonic Temple.
  • Vance Air Force Base, established in 1941, trains military pilots and is Enid’s largest employer.
  • Shopping is plentiful with Downtown Enid’s two-block shopping square, Oakwood Mall, and more.
  • Baseball fans will enjoy David Allen Memorial Ballpark, which hosts little league and other organizations.

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