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4 Apartments for rent in Village of Oak Creek, AZ

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370 CHRYSONA LANE
370 Chrysona Lane
Yavapai County, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$3,195
2610 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:50 AM
370 CHRYSONA LANE Available 11/09/20 370 Chrysona Lane Sedona, Az 86336 $3195/MO - (NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL 12/1/2020) 3BR/3BA single family home located in the Michael’s Ranch subdivision in Sedona. Built in 2001, approx. 2,610 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
80 Jones Lane
80 Jones Lane
Yavapai County, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1580 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:15 AM
HOUSE: UPPER RED ROCK LOOP - COME ENJOY A PEACEFUL, OFF THE BEATEN PATH, MINI RANCH ON UPPER RED ROCK LOOP ROAD, 2+ ACRE, SINGLE LEVEL, 2/2 WITH POSSIBLE DEN, OPEN KITCHEN AND LIVING ROOM, HAS WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, REAR FENCE, SOME LANDSCAPING
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170 Navajo Trail A
170 Navajo Trl
Sedona, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
1200 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:50 AM
Unit A Available 11/15/20 Fully Furnished All-Inclusive Quiet Uptown Home - Property Id: 186840 This home is a cozy, FULLY FURNISHED, ready-to-move-in space, perfect for a single person or couple, that is on a quiet dead-end street (no airbnbs
1 Unit Available
6770 W State Route 89A, Unit199
6770 W State Route 89a
Yavapai County, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1250 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
55 + Community- 3 Spacious Bedrooms, 2 Baths - 55+ Community** The home is a lovely 3/2 with a large master bedroom and 2 walk-in closets. Large kitchen with many cabinets and large pantry. The floor plan is open, with new carpeting.
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Apartment Rentals in Village of Oak Creek start at $1,400/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Village of Oak Creek start at $1,400/month.
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While some Village of Oak Creek properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Village of Oak Creek properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Village of Oak Creek. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Northern Arizona University, Yavapai College, and Coconino Community College.
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City Guide

Village of Oak Creek
The Village of Oak Creek is home to the Verde Valley School, a private boarding school that features an International Baccalaureate program and has been supported by renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead. The annual Verde Valley Music Festival raised funds for Native American students to attend this school.
The Village of Oak Creek is home to the Verde Valley School, a private boarding school that features an International Baccalaureate program and has been supported by renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead. The annual Verde Valley Music Festival raised funds for Native American students to attend this school.

The Village of Oak Creek is a small community in Yavapai County, Arizona. Also known as Big Park, this town is something of a "bedroom community" for the workers and second-home owners of Sedona, Arizona. The original European pioneers in this region called their settlement Big Park, although the official name became Village of Oak Creek in the 1960s. This is a census-designated place without its own municipal government.

Moving to the Village of Oak Creek

Fancy moving in amongst the retirees, tourists and vacationing Sedona residents? Great! The village is lucky to have you. Just a couple things you should think about before you pack up the U-Haul and set out into the wilderness:

House, Studio Apartment and Condo Rentals in Big Park

Houses and apartment buildings in Big Park were mostly built either in the 1980s or in the 2000s, however most abodes are long-lasting, low-lying, heat-repellent concrete homes that mimic much of the architecture of the modern southern states and Mexico. It is tough to find rental apartments in this area, because the community was really built for people who want large houses, either in their retirement or as a regular getaway from the hustle of nearby Sedona. You may be out of luck in finding a studio apartment, but nice condos and houses are definitely on the table. For the most part, you're not going to find anything smaller than a 2-bedroom condo. Sign on for the extra space and enjoy it!

Setting up the Utilities

Once you've found the perfect rental house, apartment, or duplex in Big Park, it's time to set up the utilities! Okay, maybe it's not that exciting, but it might seem more fun if you've ever moved into a new house only to realize that the power guys haven't plugged you in yet. Awesome. To get electricity running to your new address, contact Arizona Public Service, and as with the other utility companies, give them as much notice as possible! If you need natural gas, UniSource Services Natural Gas are the ones to call. Big Park Water will take care of your water, and Waste Management can hook you up with trash collection and recycling. As for TV and Internet service providers, you can choose from plenty of names, including CableOne.net and Century Link.

Working and Commuting in Big Park

With no Amtrak stations in sight and virtually no residents taking the almost non-existent public transportation to work every day, this is definitely the sort of town in which you need to own a car. Or at least be super-best friends with someone who both has a car and is flexible to your schedule. Your spouse, for example. If you are hoping to work in town, you'll have better luck searching for jobs in nursing, sales or management.

Moving to the Village of Oak Creek
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Fancy moving in amongst the retirees, tourists and vacationing Sedona residents? Great! The village is lucky to have you. Just a couple things you should think about before you pack up the U-Haul and set out into the wilderness:

House, Studio Apartment and Condo Rentals in Big Park

Houses and apartment buildings in Big Park were mostly built either in the 1980s or in the 2000s, however most abodes are long-lasting, low-lying, heat-repellent concrete homes that mimic much of the architecture of the modern southern states and Mexico. It is tough to find rental apartments in this area, because the community was really built for people who want large houses, either in their retirement or as a regular getaway from the hustle of nearby Sedona. You may be out of luck in finding a studio apartment, but nice condos and houses are definitely on the table. For the most part, you're not going to find anything smaller than a 2-bedroom condo. Sign on for the extra space and enjoy it!

Setting up the Utilities

Once you've found the perfect rental house, apartment, or duplex in Big Park, it's time to set up the utilities! Okay, maybe it's not that exciting, but it might seem more fun if you've ever moved into a new house only to realize that the power guys haven't plugged you in yet. Awesome. To get electricity running to your new address, contact Arizona Public Service, and as with the other utility companies, give them as much notice as possible! If you need natural gas, UniSource Services Natural Gas are the ones to call. Big Park Water will take care of your water, and Waste Management can hook you up with trash collection and recycling. As for TV and Internet service providers, you can choose from plenty of names, including CableOne.net and Century Link.

Working and Commuting in Big Park

With no Amtrak stations in sight and virtually no residents taking the almost non-existent public transportation to work every day, this is definitely the sort of town in which you need to own a car. Or at least be super-best friends with someone who both has a car and is flexible to your schedule. Your spouse, for example. If you are hoping to work in town, you'll have better luck searching for jobs in nursing, sales or management.

Living in the Village of Oak Creek

Since the Village is such a small community, hidden away in the depths of the Red Rock State Park, there are no neighborhoods or specific sections of which to speak. The village is divided down the center, north to south, by Highway 179, along which most eateries are located. Businesses and homes are evenly numbered on either side of the divide. Don't worry that you'll be bored, hidden away in the State Park - living in the woods has its advantages! The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort is just one of them, the multitude of highly-rated restaurants are another.

Try the organic beef burger or the red mountain trout from the Grille at Shadowrock; if you're craving something a little more Italian, the Cucina Rustica ought to do the trick and then some. Change it up with sushi from the Minami Japanese Restaurant, and follow that up with Los Betos Mexican Food the next day! As you travel up and down Highway 179, you'll find all kinds of treats to tempt your taste buds night after night.

In-town entertainment includes shows at the Canyon Moon Theatre Co., viewings at the Village Gallery, and riding lessons at the Horse Mesa Ranch. Not enough adventure for you? Visit Red Rock Balloons and take a hot air balloon out over the national forest!

Of course, being completely surrounded by the Red Rock State Park - a 286-acre nature preserve - means that you can attend nature classes, watch locally-produced theater, take friend and family out for picnics, go hiking, or even go on daily guided nature walks. Fresh air, for real. The people of Big Park have chosen their home wisely, there's something for everyone and hardly time enough to enjoy it all!

Living in the Village of Oak Creek
+

Since the Village is such a small community, hidden away in the depths of the Red Rock State Park, there are no neighborhoods or specific sections of which to speak. The village is divided down the center, north to south, by Highway 179, along which most eateries are located. Businesses and homes are evenly numbered on either side of the divide. Don't worry that you'll be bored, hidden away in the State Park - living in the woods has its advantages! The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort is just one of them, the multitude of highly-rated restaurants are another.

Try the organic beef burger or the red mountain trout from the Grille at Shadowrock; if you're craving something a little more Italian, the Cucina Rustica ought to do the trick and then some. Change it up with sushi from the Minami Japanese Restaurant, and follow that up with Los Betos Mexican Food the next day! As you travel up and down Highway 179, you'll find all kinds of treats to tempt your taste buds night after night.

In-town entertainment includes shows at the Canyon Moon Theatre Co., viewings at the Village Gallery, and riding lessons at the Horse Mesa Ranch. Not enough adventure for you? Visit Red Rock Balloons and take a hot air balloon out over the national forest!

Of course, being completely surrounded by the Red Rock State Park - a 286-acre nature preserve - means that you can attend nature classes, watch locally-produced theater, take friend and family out for picnics, go hiking, or even go on daily guided nature walks. Fresh air, for real. The people of Big Park have chosen their home wisely, there's something for everyone and hardly time enough to enjoy it all!

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City Guide

Village of Oak Creek
The Village of Oak Creek is home to the Verde Valley School, a private boarding school that features an International Baccalaureate program and has been supported by renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead. The annual Verde Valley Music Festival raised funds for Native American students to attend this school.
The Village of Oak Creek is home to the Verde Valley School, a private boarding school that features an International Baccalaureate program and has been supported by renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead. The annual Verde Valley Music Festival raised funds for Native American students to attend this school.

The Village of Oak Creek is a small community in Yavapai County, Arizona. Also known as Big Park, this town is something of a "bedroom community" for the workers and second-home owners of Sedona, Arizona. The original European pioneers in this region called their settlement Big Park, although the official name became Village of Oak Creek in the 1960s. This is a census-designated place without its own municipal government.

Moving to the Village of Oak Creek

Fancy moving in amongst the retirees, tourists and vacationing Sedona residents? Great! The village is lucky to have you. Just a couple things you should think about before you pack up the U-Haul and set out into the wilderness:

House, Studio Apartment and Condo Rentals in Big Park

Houses and apartment buildings in Big Park were mostly built either in the 1980s or in the 2000s, however most abodes are long-lasting, low-lying, heat-repellent concrete homes that mimic much of the architecture of the modern southern states and Mexico. It is tough to find rental apartments in this area, because the community was really built for people who want large houses, either in their retirement or as a regular getaway from the hustle of nearby Sedona. You may be out of luck in finding a studio apartment, but nice condos and houses are definitely on the table. For the most part, you're not going to find anything smaller than a 2-bedroom condo. Sign on for the extra space and enjoy it!

Setting up the Utilities

Once you've found the perfect rental house, apartment, or duplex in Big Park, it's time to set up the utilities! Okay, maybe it's not that exciting, but it might seem more fun if you've ever moved into a new house only to realize that the power guys haven't plugged you in yet. Awesome. To get electricity running to your new address, contact Arizona Public Service, and as with the other utility companies, give them as much notice as possible! If you need natural gas, UniSource Services Natural Gas are the ones to call. Big Park Water will take care of your water, and Waste Management can hook you up with trash collection and recycling. As for TV and Internet service providers, you can choose from plenty of names, including CableOne.net and Century Link.

Working and Commuting in Big Park

With no Amtrak stations in sight and virtually no residents taking the almost non-existent public transportation to work every day, this is definitely the sort of town in which you need to own a car. Or at least be super-best friends with someone who both has a car and is flexible to your schedule. Your spouse, for example. If you are hoping to work in town, you'll have better luck searching for jobs in nursing, sales or management.

Moving to the Village of Oak Creek
+

Fancy moving in amongst the retirees, tourists and vacationing Sedona residents? Great! The village is lucky to have you. Just a couple things you should think about before you pack up the U-Haul and set out into the wilderness:

House, Studio Apartment and Condo Rentals in Big Park

Houses and apartment buildings in Big Park were mostly built either in the 1980s or in the 2000s, however most abodes are long-lasting, low-lying, heat-repellent concrete homes that mimic much of the architecture of the modern southern states and Mexico. It is tough to find rental apartments in this area, because the community was really built for people who want large houses, either in their retirement or as a regular getaway from the hustle of nearby Sedona. You may be out of luck in finding a studio apartment, but nice condos and houses are definitely on the table. For the most part, you're not going to find anything smaller than a 2-bedroom condo. Sign on for the extra space and enjoy it!

Setting up the Utilities

Once you've found the perfect rental house, apartment, or duplex in Big Park, it's time to set up the utilities! Okay, maybe it's not that exciting, but it might seem more fun if you've ever moved into a new house only to realize that the power guys haven't plugged you in yet. Awesome. To get electricity running to your new address, contact Arizona Public Service, and as with the other utility companies, give them as much notice as possible! If you need natural gas, UniSource Services Natural Gas are the ones to call. Big Park Water will take care of your water, and Waste Management can hook you up with trash collection and recycling. As for TV and Internet service providers, you can choose from plenty of names, including CableOne.net and Century Link.

Working and Commuting in Big Park

With no Amtrak stations in sight and virtually no residents taking the almost non-existent public transportation to work every day, this is definitely the sort of town in which you need to own a car. Or at least be super-best friends with someone who both has a car and is flexible to your schedule. Your spouse, for example. If you are hoping to work in town, you'll have better luck searching for jobs in nursing, sales or management.

Living in the Village of Oak Creek

Since the Village is such a small community, hidden away in the depths of the Red Rock State Park, there are no neighborhoods or specific sections of which to speak. The village is divided down the center, north to south, by Highway 179, along which most eateries are located. Businesses and homes are evenly numbered on either side of the divide. Don't worry that you'll be bored, hidden away in the State Park - living in the woods has its advantages! The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort is just one of them, the multitude of highly-rated restaurants are another.

Try the organic beef burger or the red mountain trout from the Grille at Shadowrock; if you're craving something a little more Italian, the Cucina Rustica ought to do the trick and then some. Change it up with sushi from the Minami Japanese Restaurant, and follow that up with Los Betos Mexican Food the next day! As you travel up and down Highway 179, you'll find all kinds of treats to tempt your taste buds night after night.

In-town entertainment includes shows at the Canyon Moon Theatre Co., viewings at the Village Gallery, and riding lessons at the Horse Mesa Ranch. Not enough adventure for you? Visit Red Rock Balloons and take a hot air balloon out over the national forest!

Of course, being completely surrounded by the Red Rock State Park - a 286-acre nature preserve - means that you can attend nature classes, watch locally-produced theater, take friend and family out for picnics, go hiking, or even go on daily guided nature walks. Fresh air, for real. The people of Big Park have chosen their home wisely, there's something for everyone and hardly time enough to enjoy it all!

Living in the Village of Oak Creek
+

Since the Village is such a small community, hidden away in the depths of the Red Rock State Park, there are no neighborhoods or specific sections of which to speak. The village is divided down the center, north to south, by Highway 179, along which most eateries are located. Businesses and homes are evenly numbered on either side of the divide. Don't worry that you'll be bored, hidden away in the State Park - living in the woods has its advantages! The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort is just one of them, the multitude of highly-rated restaurants are another.

Try the organic beef burger or the red mountain trout from the Grille at Shadowrock; if you're craving something a little more Italian, the Cucina Rustica ought to do the trick and then some. Change it up with sushi from the Minami Japanese Restaurant, and follow that up with Los Betos Mexican Food the next day! As you travel up and down Highway 179, you'll find all kinds of treats to tempt your taste buds night after night.

In-town entertainment includes shows at the Canyon Moon Theatre Co., viewings at the Village Gallery, and riding lessons at the Horse Mesa Ranch. Not enough adventure for you? Visit Red Rock Balloons and take a hot air balloon out over the national forest!

Of course, being completely surrounded by the Red Rock State Park - a 286-acre nature preserve - means that you can attend nature classes, watch locally-produced theater, take friend and family out for picnics, go hiking, or even go on daily guided nature walks. Fresh air, for real. The people of Big Park have chosen their home wisely, there's something for everyone and hardly time enough to enjoy it all!