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169 apartments for rent near Springdale, AR

3308 OGLETHORPE Street
Springdale
3 Bed
$1,000
3822 F ROCHESTER Circle
Springdale
2 Bed
$875
3822 ROCHESTER Circle
Springdale
2 Bed
$975
3230 Dogwood View
Springdale
4 Bed
$1,300
1042 PALISADES Street
Springdale
2 Bed
$660
3584 Pasofino Loop
Springdale
4 Bed
$2,025
3625 PASOFINO Loop
Springdale
4 Bed
$1,975
6254 Clay
Springdale
4 Bed
$1,100
2321 ORCHARD Street
Springdale
2 Bed
$565
2674 POWELL Street
Springdale
4 Bed
$800
509 E Andrew Ave.
Springdale
3 Bed
$1,500
611-A W. Grove
Springdale
2 Bed
$650
6710 FREEDOM Place
Springdale
4 Bed
$2,700
3781 Solitude Street
Springdale
3 Bed
$1,200
7393-A BROOKLYN Avenue
Springdale
3 Bed
$1,050
2110 HIDDEN LAKE Drive
Springdale
2 Bed
$660
W Sunset Ave
Springdale
Studio
$550
3906 Celeste Dr
Springdale
2 Bed
$830
3906 Celeste Dr
Springdale
1 Bed
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2618 East RIVER BIRCH Drive
Fayetteville
3 Bed
$1,900
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City Guide
Springdale
Hit the Pavement in Springdale

The city of Springdale is only about 31 square miles, so it’s easy to get from one part to another in a short period of time. Most of the apartments are located in south Springdale, which puts you closer to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville – good news if you’re a student or just like the Razorbacks. Go Hogs!

The Great Springdale Rental Hunt

If you thought apartment hunting in Springdale was a hassle, wait until it comes time to decide which one to choose. Of course, the office staff will swear that their digs are the best in town. That’s what they get paid for. There are a couple of things to think about when deciding between Springdale apartment complexes:

What happens when the potty breaks in the middle of the night? Or the air conditioner quits on the one day of the year the temperature reaches 110 degrees? Ask about their maintenance policies and give extra points to a complex with maintenance people available 24 hours a day.

Consider it a red flag if there’s a parking space marked “Reserved for Lord of the Flies Pest Control.” Sometimes pest problems aren’t that obvious, though, so look around the apartment for signs of bugs or other pests. Little black droppings in cupboards are pretty indicative of a mouse problem. Or Ovaltine. Don't chance it.

Try to take some time when evaluating potential apartments in Springdale. Drive through them at different times of the day and stop and talk to residents to get a feel for what the place is really like. If they refuse to talk to you, don’t move in there. Seriously, even talk to your neighbors to get a sense of noise in your building.

Don’t assume that the apartment you’ll be placed in is in any way similar to the model, because the chances are real good that it won’t be. It’ll be the model without her makeup and sans airbrushing. Ask to see the actual unit. Try to plan the viewing on a day when neighbors (and their kids) are home to get an idea of soundproofing.

The Little Things in the Land Of Big Values

Don’t forget to ask about the parking policies. Parking within complexes is hit or miss in Springdale. If it’s important to you to park close to your building, avoid the complexes with general admission-type parking. Some complexes issue parking permits and still allow “first-come-first-park.” The permits can run you up to an extra $25 a month and there’s no guarantee that you won’t have to hike a ways to get to your crib.

Overall, you’ll like Springdale. Most stuff is less expensive – groceries, transportation, housing and health care – than the national average.

Oh, and they have their own minor league baseball team, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. And, since stuff’s so cheap here you can actually afford the price of admission and a hot dog, with enough left over for a television – with your Walmart employee discount.