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7 Apartments for rent in Woodland Park, CO

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409 E Sheridan Ave - 203
409 East Sheridan Avenue
Woodland Park, CO
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,200
600 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:58 AM
**WOODCREST APARTMENTS** $1200 Month $95 CAM (water, sewer, trash, gas) Electric set up separately. Stunning views! Enjoy clean and fresh mountain air in this spacious apartment.
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1604 COLUMBINE VILLAGE Drive
1604 Columbine Village Drive
Woodland Park, CO
4 Bedrooms
$1,650
1450 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:37 AM
Great home on small lot. 3 bedrooms upstairs and 1 main level bedroom. No pets and no smoking.
1 Unit Available
203 S Boundary Street
203 S Boundary St
Woodland Park, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1200 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:37 AM
Covered front porch. Lease will run until May 31, 2021. Two bedroom, den, 1.5 bath, and 1 car garage. Located in the heart of the city. Walk to schools, rec center, restaurants, bars, cultural center and Memorial Park.
1 Unit Available
380 Paradise Circle- #C8 C8
380 Paradise Circle
Woodland Park, CO
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,150
600 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Quiet charmer- Upgrades abound, landry & utilities included (Woodland Park) - Relax in this quiet and quaint 600 sqft 1 bedroom 1 bath upstairs condo. Calming views and wall colors couple with beautiful upgrades to give comfort and luxury.
1 Unit Available
1006 Lafayette Avenue
1006 West Lafayette Avenue
Woodland Park, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1186 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 07:21 PM
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1 Unit Available
1450 Will Scarlet Drive
1450 Will Scarlet Drive
Teller County, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1591 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:37 AM
Great rancher in Sherwood Forest Estates. Open floor plan, light, bright, and spacious. Large kitchen with pass-through breakfast bar, beautiful counters, island. Dining area has bay window, huge living room w/ walk-out to backyard.
1 Unit Available
357 Ruxton Avenue
357 Ruxton Avenue
Manitou Springs, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1007 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Awesome home in Manitou Springs - Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath home, wood fireplace and deck. Walking distance to the incline and shopping. This home is a must see. (RLNE4562895)
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Apartment Rentals in Woodland Park start at $1,150/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Woodland Park start at $1,150/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Woodland Park. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Denver, Emily Griffith Technical College, Arapahoe Community College, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and Community College of Aurora.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Woodland Park. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Denver, Emily Griffith Technical College, Arapahoe Community College, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, and Community College of Aurora.
City GuideWoodland Park
Woodland Park sits high in the sky and offers perfect views of Pikes Peak -- the easternmost peak in the United States that exceeds 14,000 feet. Come live on top of the world in Woodland Park.
Woodland Park sits high in the sky and offers perfect views of Pikes Peak -- the easternmost peak in the United States that exceeds 14,000 feet. Come live on top of the world in Woodland Park.

Welcome to Woodland Park, where you can see the clouds below you. You should probably get some high altitude medicine. You may need it. Located in Teller County and home to 7,200 people, Woodland Park boasts postcard views and nonstop entertainment. It's where folks come (and stay) for a good time. Woodland Park became a city in 1891, and since has become known for its logging and recreation. By living here, you are living in a true Colorado mountain town. The abundance of pine and aspen trees proves that. Hike, ski, fish, and sleep with the Rocky Mountains looking over you.

Moving to Woodland Park

Woodland Park's location means two things. One, many people want to live here. Two, due to its position among numerous mountain ranges, Woodland Park can only expand so far. Currently, the city has over 3,000 housing units. While there are many available homes, that number has a limit. Hence, the sooner you move here, the better.

Important Data for Renters

Only 15.5 percent of homes are being leased, which is much lower than Colorado's average. Additionally, 84.7 percent of units are detached houses and 5.8 percent are mobile homes. This indicates that you'll have the most success locating mobile homes and rental houses in Woodland Park. If you want to tour 3 bedroom houses for rent, for example, you should have ample options. Also, you can still find a rental apt or condo despite the low amount of such homes; that's because a higher percentage of these are rentals.

It's Snowy! It's Cold!

Before you move to Woodland Park, consider the weather. December through April is beautiful because it makes you want to sing "Winter Wonderland". The high amount of snow keeps folks from moving during this time; hence, this equals less choices, but less competition. May through September is a nice time frame to relocate here, but you'll find more folks moving to and from the city as the weather is nicer and schools go on vacation; hence, this equals more choices, but more competition. Regardless of when you come, start looking four weeks beforehand.

Signing the Lease

Before you can enjoy the blue skies and sing John Denver songs, you must sign the lease. Bring what you need: a checkbook for the deposit and first month's rent, a credit score, personal information (ID and Social Security number), and proof of income. Sometimes applications may ask for past rental information.

Moving to Woodland Park
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Woodland Park's location means two things. One, many people want to live here. Two, due to its position among numerous mountain ranges, Woodland Park can only expand so far. Currently, the city has over 3,000 housing units. While there are many available homes, that number has a limit. Hence, the sooner you move here, the better.

Important Data for Renters

Only 15.5 percent of homes are being leased, which is much lower than Colorado's average. Additionally, 84.7 percent of units are detached houses and 5.8 percent are mobile homes. This indicates that you'll have the most success locating mobile homes and rental houses in Woodland Park. If you want to tour 3 bedroom houses for rent, for example, you should have ample options. Also, you can still find a rental apt or condo despite the low amount of such homes; that's because a higher percentage of these are rentals.

It's Snowy! It's Cold!

Before you move to Woodland Park, consider the weather. December through April is beautiful because it makes you want to sing "Winter Wonderland". The high amount of snow keeps folks from moving during this time; hence, this equals less choices, but less competition. May through September is a nice time frame to relocate here, but you'll find more folks moving to and from the city as the weather is nicer and schools go on vacation; hence, this equals more choices, but more competition. Regardless of when you come, start looking four weeks beforehand.

Signing the Lease

Before you can enjoy the blue skies and sing John Denver songs, you must sign the lease. Bring what you need: a checkbook for the deposit and first month's rent, a credit score, personal information (ID and Social Security number), and proof of income. Sometimes applications may ask for past rental information.

Woodland Park Neighborhoods

At 5.7 square miles, Woodland Park is by no means a large city. However, within the town's limits, you can choose to live near historic downtown, by major roads or beside natural environs. Don't end up in a 'hood that doesn't suit your lifestyle.

Downtown District: Situated along U.S. Highway 24, the downtown area is very walkable and there is a bus line. The Woodland Park Public Library, Grandmother's Kitchen, and Woodland Park High School are a few notable spots here. You'll find many eateries and shops. If you want one or two bedroom apartments for rent, this is your area.

North Woodland Park: Diamond Campgrounds, Shining Mountain Golf Club, Woodland Park Middle School, and Woodland Park Cabins are noteworthy places here. There are a variety of homes for rent in this car-dependent neighborhood.

Rampart Range: Near Rampart Range on the east side of town, this area is mostly residential, but still somewhat walkable. Rampart Reservoir, Eagle Fire Lodge, and Conference Center, and a chain superstore and restaurant are in the area.

Woodland Park Neighborhoods
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At 5.7 square miles, Woodland Park is by no means a large city. However, within the town's limits, you can choose to live near historic downtown, by major roads or beside natural environs. Don't end up in a 'hood that doesn't suit your lifestyle.

Downtown District: Situated along U.S. Highway 24, the downtown area is very walkable and there is a bus line. The Woodland Park Public Library, Grandmother's Kitchen, and Woodland Park High School are a few notable spots here. You'll find many eateries and shops. If you want one or two bedroom apartments for rent, this is your area.

North Woodland Park: Diamond Campgrounds, Shining Mountain Golf Club, Woodland Park Middle School, and Woodland Park Cabins are noteworthy places here. There are a variety of homes for rent in this car-dependent neighborhood.

Rampart Range: Near Rampart Range on the east side of town, this area is mostly residential, but still somewhat walkable. Rampart Reservoir, Eagle Fire Lodge, and Conference Center, and a chain superstore and restaurant are in the area.

Living in Woodland Park

If you live near the historic downtown area, you can walk for nearly all of your errands. Most folks do have a car for convenience and getting to Colorado Springs and other areas. Highway 24 also has bus stops. Cycling works for some parts.

Life above the clouds is bliss. You'll quickly discover this. Woodland Park, with nearby attractions like the Garden of the Gods, Mueller State Park, and Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, truly amazes visitors and locals each day. The Mountain of the Sun Music Festival is always a blast. With Pike National Forest at your doorstep, great skiing, camping, hiking, and fishing await.

In town, eateries like Hungry Bear Restaurant and Mangia Mangia, bars such as Ute Inn, and shops throughout the downtown area ensure you always have something to do. Unlike major metropolises, folks here are busy in a different way. They are busy having a ball. Come to Woodland Park, where time stops and life is lived to the fullest each day.

Living in Woodland Park
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If you live near the historic downtown area, you can walk for nearly all of your errands. Most folks do have a car for convenience and getting to Colorado Springs and other areas. Highway 24 also has bus stops. Cycling works for some parts.

Life above the clouds is bliss. You'll quickly discover this. Woodland Park, with nearby attractions like the Garden of the Gods, Mueller State Park, and Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, truly amazes visitors and locals each day. The Mountain of the Sun Music Festival is always a blast. With Pike National Forest at your doorstep, great skiing, camping, hiking, and fishing await.

In town, eateries like Hungry Bear Restaurant and Mangia Mangia, bars such as Ute Inn, and shops throughout the downtown area ensure you always have something to do. Unlike major metropolises, folks here are busy in a different way. They are busy having a ball. Come to Woodland Park, where time stops and life is lived to the fullest each day.

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City GuideWoodland Park
Woodland Park sits high in the sky and offers perfect views of Pikes Peak -- the easternmost peak in the United States that exceeds 14,000 feet. Come live on top of the world in Woodland Park.
Woodland Park sits high in the sky and offers perfect views of Pikes Peak -- the easternmost peak in the United States that exceeds 14,000 feet. Come live on top of the world in Woodland Park.

Welcome to Woodland Park, where you can see the clouds below you. You should probably get some high altitude medicine. You may need it. Located in Teller County and home to 7,200 people, Woodland Park boasts postcard views and nonstop entertainment. It's where folks come (and stay) for a good time. Woodland Park became a city in 1891, and since has become known for its logging and recreation. By living here, you are living in a true Colorado mountain town. The abundance of pine and aspen trees proves that. Hike, ski, fish, and sleep with the Rocky Mountains looking over you.

Moving to Woodland Park

Woodland Park's location means two things. One, many people want to live here. Two, due to its position among numerous mountain ranges, Woodland Park can only expand so far. Currently, the city has over 3,000 housing units. While there are many available homes, that number has a limit. Hence, the sooner you move here, the better.

Important Data for Renters

Only 15.5 percent of homes are being leased, which is much lower than Colorado's average. Additionally, 84.7 percent of units are detached houses and 5.8 percent are mobile homes. This indicates that you'll have the most success locating mobile homes and rental houses in Woodland Park. If you want to tour 3 bedroom houses for rent, for example, you should have ample options. Also, you can still find a rental apt or condo despite the low amount of such homes; that's because a higher percentage of these are rentals.

It's Snowy! It's Cold!

Before you move to Woodland Park, consider the weather. December through April is beautiful because it makes you want to sing "Winter Wonderland". The high amount of snow keeps folks from moving during this time; hence, this equals less choices, but less competition. May through September is a nice time frame to relocate here, but you'll find more folks moving to and from the city as the weather is nicer and schools go on vacation; hence, this equals more choices, but more competition. Regardless of when you come, start looking four weeks beforehand.

Signing the Lease

Before you can enjoy the blue skies and sing John Denver songs, you must sign the lease. Bring what you need: a checkbook for the deposit and first month's rent, a credit score, personal information (ID and Social Security number), and proof of income. Sometimes applications may ask for past rental information.

Moving to Woodland Park
+

Woodland Park's location means two things. One, many people want to live here. Two, due to its position among numerous mountain ranges, Woodland Park can only expand so far. Currently, the city has over 3,000 housing units. While there are many available homes, that number has a limit. Hence, the sooner you move here, the better.

Important Data for Renters

Only 15.5 percent of homes are being leased, which is much lower than Colorado's average. Additionally, 84.7 percent of units are detached houses and 5.8 percent are mobile homes. This indicates that you'll have the most success locating mobile homes and rental houses in Woodland Park. If you want to tour 3 bedroom houses for rent, for example, you should have ample options. Also, you can still find a rental apt or condo despite the low amount of such homes; that's because a higher percentage of these are rentals.

It's Snowy! It's Cold!

Before you move to Woodland Park, consider the weather. December through April is beautiful because it makes you want to sing "Winter Wonderland". The high amount of snow keeps folks from moving during this time; hence, this equals less choices, but less competition. May through September is a nice time frame to relocate here, but you'll find more folks moving to and from the city as the weather is nicer and schools go on vacation; hence, this equals more choices, but more competition. Regardless of when you come, start looking four weeks beforehand.

Signing the Lease

Before you can enjoy the blue skies and sing John Denver songs, you must sign the lease. Bring what you need: a checkbook for the deposit and first month's rent, a credit score, personal information (ID and Social Security number), and proof of income. Sometimes applications may ask for past rental information.

Woodland Park Neighborhoods

At 5.7 square miles, Woodland Park is by no means a large city. However, within the town's limits, you can choose to live near historic downtown, by major roads or beside natural environs. Don't end up in a 'hood that doesn't suit your lifestyle.

Downtown District: Situated along U.S. Highway 24, the downtown area is very walkable and there is a bus line. The Woodland Park Public Library, Grandmother's Kitchen, and Woodland Park High School are a few notable spots here. You'll find many eateries and shops. If you want one or two bedroom apartments for rent, this is your area.

North Woodland Park: Diamond Campgrounds, Shining Mountain Golf Club, Woodland Park Middle School, and Woodland Park Cabins are noteworthy places here. There are a variety of homes for rent in this car-dependent neighborhood.

Rampart Range: Near Rampart Range on the east side of town, this area is mostly residential, but still somewhat walkable. Rampart Reservoir, Eagle Fire Lodge, and Conference Center, and a chain superstore and restaurant are in the area.

Woodland Park Neighborhoods
+

At 5.7 square miles, Woodland Park is by no means a large city. However, within the town's limits, you can choose to live near historic downtown, by major roads or beside natural environs. Don't end up in a 'hood that doesn't suit your lifestyle.

Downtown District: Situated along U.S. Highway 24, the downtown area is very walkable and there is a bus line. The Woodland Park Public Library, Grandmother's Kitchen, and Woodland Park High School are a few notable spots here. You'll find many eateries and shops. If you want one or two bedroom apartments for rent, this is your area.

North Woodland Park: Diamond Campgrounds, Shining Mountain Golf Club, Woodland Park Middle School, and Woodland Park Cabins are noteworthy places here. There are a variety of homes for rent in this car-dependent neighborhood.

Rampart Range: Near Rampart Range on the east side of town, this area is mostly residential, but still somewhat walkable. Rampart Reservoir, Eagle Fire Lodge, and Conference Center, and a chain superstore and restaurant are in the area.

Living in Woodland Park

If you live near the historic downtown area, you can walk for nearly all of your errands. Most folks do have a car for convenience and getting to Colorado Springs and other areas. Highway 24 also has bus stops. Cycling works for some parts.

Life above the clouds is bliss. You'll quickly discover this. Woodland Park, with nearby attractions like the Garden of the Gods, Mueller State Park, and Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, truly amazes visitors and locals each day. The Mountain of the Sun Music Festival is always a blast. With Pike National Forest at your doorstep, great skiing, camping, hiking, and fishing await.

In town, eateries like Hungry Bear Restaurant and Mangia Mangia, bars such as Ute Inn, and shops throughout the downtown area ensure you always have something to do. Unlike major metropolises, folks here are busy in a different way. They are busy having a ball. Come to Woodland Park, where time stops and life is lived to the fullest each day.

Living in Woodland Park
+

If you live near the historic downtown area, you can walk for nearly all of your errands. Most folks do have a car for convenience and getting to Colorado Springs and other areas. Highway 24 also has bus stops. Cycling works for some parts.

Life above the clouds is bliss. You'll quickly discover this. Woodland Park, with nearby attractions like the Garden of the Gods, Mueller State Park, and Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, truly amazes visitors and locals each day. The Mountain of the Sun Music Festival is always a blast. With Pike National Forest at your doorstep, great skiing, camping, hiking, and fishing await.

In town, eateries like Hungry Bear Restaurant and Mangia Mangia, bars such as Ute Inn, and shops throughout the downtown area ensure you always have something to do. Unlike major metropolises, folks here are busy in a different way. They are busy having a ball. Come to Woodland Park, where time stops and life is lived to the fullest each day.