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275 apartments for rent near Fort Hood, TX

Apartments in Fort Hood, TX

Waters Haven of Killen
Killeen, TX 76541
$499 - $799
1 - 2 Beds
Killeen, TX 76541
$540 - $755
Studio - 2 Beds
Willow Creek
Copperas Cove, TX 76522
$559 - $790
1 - 2 Beds
Hunters Glen
Killeen, TX 76542
$670 - $880
1 - 2 Beds
The Dorel Aparments
Killeen, TX 76542
$835 - $1,259
1 - 3 Beds
Stone Creek Apartments
Killeen, TX 76542
$755 - $1,000
1 - 2 Beds
Girard Court Apartments
Killeen, TX 76542
From $850
2 Beds
Copper Mountain Apartments
Killeen, TX 76542
$575 - $875
1 - 2 Beds
Lakeview Apartments
Killeen, TX 76543
$395 - $495
1 - 2 Beds
Twin Creek
Killeen, TX 76543
$755 - $885
1 - 2 Beds
Bay Colony
Killeen, TX 76543
$635 - $750
1 - 2 Beds
Echo Station Apartments
Temple, TX 76502
$770 - $1,038
1 - 3 Beds
Parkview Place
Georgetown, TX 78626
$800 - $1,300
1 - 3 Beds
Merritt Legacy
Leander, TX 78641
$774 - $1,475
1 - 3 Beds
Colonial Grand at Silverado
Cedar Park, TX 78613
$788 - $2,438
1 - 3 Beds
Arboleda Apartments
Cedar Park, TX 78613
$855 - $1,625
1 - 3 Beds
Colonial Grand at Round Rock
Round Rock, TX 78664
$878 - $2,398
1 - 3 Beds
Madeira Apartments
Waco, TX 76712
Call for rates
1 - 2 Beds
The Creek Apartments
Round Rock, TX 78664
$625 - $925
1 - 2 Beds
Cedar Park Townhomes
Cedar Park, TX 78613
$754 - $1,210
2 - 4 Beds

Guide to Fort Hood

Fort Hood Apartments For Rent

Elvis Presley was a trainee here in 1958 before shipping to Germany – a lot of fan mail came to this fort. Located in Killeen, TX, Fort Hood is a base for the United States Army. This fort covers 339 square miles, supporting a wide range of forces and containing a great amount of amenities. Fort Hood has so many great features for its military families to partake in that it is known as “the Great Place.” As the largest active-duty military base in the country, Fort Hood is certainly a place to know and be.

Built in 1942 as Camp Hood, the base was created during World War II for the testing and training of tank destroyers. The land purchased for the camp called for the demolition of three communities and the removal of hundreds of families. While the camp didn’t officially open until September, it was occupied in August. By the end of the year, the camp housed and trained 45,000 troops. In 1954, For Hood became the new home of III Corps from California.

Fort Hood trained and deployed many units in Vietnam in the late 1960s. It was also during this time period when Fort Hood began to modernize. In 1965 the Darnall Hospital opened. Construction on other institutions began in 1970, as well as new barracks on the base – moving from wooden to brick structures. In 1971the 1st Armored Division was reflagged. Since this time period, Fort Hood has been a key player in testing and training of new military equipment and tactics.

Things to Do in Fort Hood:

Fort Hood might be a military base, but that doesn’t mean it is all lockdown and no fun. There are actually a lot of great things to do in Fort Hood and the surrounding area. Single soldiers and military families love their recreation and food, and everyone loves the arts and shopping. All of these are available when you rent a Fort Hood apartment.

Enjoy arts and culture in Fort Hood and the surrounding area. Visit the 1st Cavalry Division Museum, located on Fort Hood any day of the week to learn about its history. Also located on Fort Hood is the 3rd Armored Cavalry Museum, dedicated to the 3rd ACR – the longest-serving ACR in the U.S. See the fixture that was built from old statues of Sadam Hussein – The 4th ID Monument for Occupation Iraqi Freedom. Stop by the U.S. Army Operational Testers’ hall of Fame to honor all those, military and civilian, that have helped conduct necessary tests and experiments since 1856.

Recreation in Fort Hood comes in all forms and fashions of fun. Phantom Warrior Lanes has 48 lanes of non-stop bowling fun for everyone to enjoy. Get away from everyday life and go camping at the Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area (BLORA) or Travel Camp. Go golfing on the 27-hole course at the Courses of Clear Creek. Take part in hunting, archery, fishing, and more at the Sportsmen’s Center.  There are three different paintball courses on Fort Hood. For sports, fitness and skating, the Aerobics and Skating Center is the perfect place.

Like all places, there is shopping in Fort Hood as well. All those that have lived on military bases are familiar with Post Exchanges and the one on Fort Hood is full of great places to shop and eat. There is a wide range of facilities that make up the Fort Hood Exchange. Shops and eateries in the exchange include those such as GameStop, GNC, H&R Block, UPS Store, Blimpie, Pizza Hut Wing Street, Einstein Bagel, and Manchu Wok. There is also a flower shop, beauty shop, barber shop, optical center, and laundry mat.

What to Consider When Moving to Fort Hood:

Moving to Fort Hood is different from moving to any other city. Since this is an Army base, there are obviously some differences that must be considered before moving here. Various elements such as housing, churches, and public schools are all different on base.

When it comes to Fort Hood apartments, look in the surrounding city of Killeen. On Fort Hood, there is assistance from the Fort Hood Housing Referral Office, which should be the first point of contact. Unless specifically assigned, living on-base is not mandatory. For families that have to be housed, they must apply for on-base housing. For those that wish to live off-base, Liberty Village is available to soldiers and their families. For those that are moving to Fort Hood alone, there are barracks that house two soldiers, while NCOs are given private quarters.

Living on a military base, there are tons of people and a wide range of backgrounds and beliefs. With so many different beliefs, there are varying options of churches, chapels, and services in Fort Hood. Fort Hood has a variety of chapels all throughout the base that provide services at different times throughout the week – Buddhist, Catholic, Wicca, Islamic, Jewish, Protestant, Lutheran, Samoan Christian, Evangelical. There is also Bible Study, family and marriage counseling, Sunday school, and even marriages that take place on Fort Hood.

As Fort Hood is located in Killeen, the public schools on base operate under the Killeen Independent School District. There are eight elementary schools that serve on-base children. There are three middle schools that serve Fort Hood students – Audie Murphy M.S. and Smith M.S., one of which serves those on- and off-base – Fairway M.S. Two high schools serve Fort Hood teens – Killeen H.S. and Shoemaker H.S. For those soldiers that have children younger than elementary school age, there are plenty of development centers and child care programs for the children to be a part of during the day while the parent works. School-age services are also available for kids age 5-12 that need before- and after- school care.

Why Fort Hood Apartments Are Hot:

Fort Hood apartments are ready to accommodate all those that move here. Whether you are moving to Fort Hood as a single soldier or with a family, by order or voluntarily, or if you are moving to the Fort Hood area for work, there are plenty of things to do and enjoy here. The amount of recreation on the base, the museums, the shopping possibilities, the food, and the amazing sense of community make Fort Hood “the Great Place” to live and Fort Hood apartments feel even more like home.

Why Fort Hood?

  • The Mayborn Planetarium and Space Theater features star and laser light shows.
  • Central Texas College, founded in 1965, offers associate degrees and certificate programs.
  • Killeen’s Andy K. Wells Hike and Bike Trail allows residents to walk, jog, and bike around town.
  • Residents enjoy year-round recreation at Killeen’s 31 parks, golf course, and swimming pools.
  • Stillhouse Hollow Lake is a popular destination for camping, hiking, boating, and fishing.
  • Celebrate the West at Rodeo Killeen, an event featuring barrel racing, bull riding, roping, and more.