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26 Apartments for rent in Sulphur, LA

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301 N Crocker St
301 N Crocker St
Sulphur, LA
3 Bedrooms
$950
1700 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:31 AM
FIRST MONTH'S RENT IS FREE HOME FEATURES LARGE ROOM, 31' BONUS ROOM (SUN-ROOM), CENTRAL AIR AND HEAT, ONE CAR GARAGE, AND ON A CORNER LOCATION. OWNER WILL ALLOW PETS WITH A NON REFUNDABLE PET DEPOSIT OF $2,000.
Results within 5 miles of Sulphur
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7 Units Available
Legacy at Lake Charles
5225 Elliott Rd
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$1,110
778 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 1 at 03:44 AM
Homes with walk-in closets, garden tubs, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances in kitchens. Community amenities include covered parking, an outdoor lounge, and a business center. Close to Prien Lake Park.
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1 Unit Available
Villa Westlake
2900 Westwood Road
Westlake, LA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,810
1333 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 12:14 AM
Settle into the good life at Villa Westlake. Choose from 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments in Westlake, Louisiana, so you can decide how much space you need to live comfortably.
1 Unit Available
5391 Owen
5391 Owen Road
Carlyss, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,825
1932 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 03:00 AM
This spacious country home has an open kitchen blending with the dining room and den, great for family time! A large, covered back porch (12x32) overlooks a big back yard.
1 Unit Available
3526 Palm
3526 Palm Drive
Calcasieu County, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
2361 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 03:00 AM
This spacious brick home sits on 1.38 acres in a country setting. The inside features a large kitchen with plenty of cabinets and counter space, a separate dining room and a 2-sided fireplace. All of the bedrooms a nice-sized.
Results within 10 miles of Sulphur
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18 Units Available
Wilshire
4245 5th Ave
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$694
725 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$794
923 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$925
1350 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 03:45 AM
Our unique one, two, and three bedroom floor plans were designed to offer comfort and convenience to make your day-to-day more enjoyable. Prepare meals effortlessly in your all-electric kitchen with breakfast bar, dishwasher, and pantry.
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4 Units Available
Springs at Country Club
2130 Country Club Rd
Lake Charles, LA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,180
846 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 1 at 03:36 AM
Luxury apartment community convenient to I-210. Each townhome-inspired apartment features a ground-level private entry and a private patio or balcony. On-site swimming pool, car care center, community clubhouse, pet playground, complimentary coffee bar and more.
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22 Units Available
Evergreen at River Oaks Apartments
4650 Nelson Rd
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$815
674 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,034
1038 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 1 at 03:36 AM
Close to Highway 384 and Prien Memorial Park Cemetery. Modern apartment homes have stainless steel kitchen appliances, furniture and hardwood flooring. Community offers a courtyard, a clubhouse a garage and a pool.
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73 Units Available
Flats on Walters
807 Walters St
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$775
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$835
892 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$890
1085 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 01:01 AM
1 bedroom apartments, or 4 bedroom townhomes. Flats on Walters has the right home for you. Fitness center and amazon lockers included. Schedule a tour today!
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48 Units Available
Commons at McNeese
4510 Common St
Lake Charles, LA
2 Bedrooms
$850
712 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,060
900 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 12:43 AM
With so much to do in the perfect Lake Charles location, a vibrant new lifestyle awaits.
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8 Units Available
Advenir at Lake Charles
1531 Country Club Rd
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$900
714 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,090
964 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,525
1267 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 12:39 AM
Wood cabinetry, patios/balconies, and washers and dryers in units. Pet-friendly complex offers a lease-free dog park, workout room, and two swimming pools. Easy access to McNeese State University and I-210.
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55 Units Available
The Phoenix Apartments
3619 Texas St
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$811
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$883
931 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,170
1200 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 12:33 AM
Live carefree every day. At The Phoenix Apartments, coming home feels like you're on vacation. With impressive finishes and resort-quality amenities, our apartments make it possible to live beyond your expectations.
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55 Units Available
Village Green
2700 Ernest Street
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$699
717 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$775
1066 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
1393 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 12:31 AM
Experience the comfort and convenience of living at Village Green Apartments. Here youll find the ease of suburban life in an unbeatable location at the center of it all in Lake Charles, LA.
Verified
56 Units Available
Encore At Power Center
2770 Power Centre Pkwy
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
$750
777 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$885
979 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,199
1136 sqft
Last updated September 11 at 09:33 PM
From modern amenities to designer planned interiors with your unique lifestyle in mind, Encore At Power Center apartments has it all.
1 Unit Available
2306 12th St
2306 12th Street
Lake Charles, LA
3 Bedrooms
$695
1390 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 03:00 AM
BECOME A HOMEOWNER!! **RENT TO OWN**Bring your design ideas to this single-story home located in Oak Park. Take advantage of our ***Low Down/ Low Monthly Rent to Own program. Just $1,000 Down and $695/mo, you can start on the path to homeownership.
1 Unit Available
3108 Aster Street - J
3108 Aster Street
Lake Charles, LA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,395
625 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 02:59 AM
This great apartment has it all! 2 bed/1 bath, centrally located and newly renovated, with a small private courtyard, built-in washer & dryer, granite counters, and stainless dishwasher, microwave, oven, and refrigerator.
1 Unit Available
9511 Gulf Highway - HOME # 702
9511 Gulf Highway
Calcasieu County, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,270
1280 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 02:59 AM
Serial 9844 Model 168032FLP
1 Unit Available
1227 8th Street
1227 8th Street
Lake Charles, LA
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1600 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
Check out this large 2 bedroom/ 2 bath home in Lake Charles. Roof is double tarped and will be replaced, no damage to the inside of the home.
1 Unit Available
509 Penn St
509 Penn Street
Lake Charles, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1800 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
Large 3 bed 2 bath 1195/mo includes utilities - Property Id: 137233 Nice 3/2 with utilities paid for by landlord $1195/mo. Call Andrew at 337-405-8823 for a showing. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
239 North Perkins Ferr
239 North Perkins Ferry Road
Moss Bluff, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:44 AM
3 bedroom 2 baths set up in quiet Pin Oak Community. Asphalt roads and covered parking. Quiet and close to everything. 15 mins to industry 1 min to Moss Bluff. Washing and Dryer hook up in the unit. all bills paid for 1100.00iP
1 Unit Available
2111 Rose St
2111 Rose Street
Lake Charles, LA
3 Bedrooms
$795
1431 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:31 AM
Newly Renovated 3 bedroom 2 bath located off of 5th Avenue. Freshly painted, new floors throughout, new appliances, fenced yard.
1 Unit Available
523 Ford St
523 Ford St
Lake Charles, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1300 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:31 AM
Located in the Charpentier Historic District in Downtown, a peaceful and easy 5 block walk from Lunas, Stellar Coffee, Gigis gym, and all the great places downtown. Very quiet location, as it is located in the back of a bigger property.
1 Unit Available
1302 Arkansas St
1302 Arkansas Street
Lake Charles, LA
5 Bedrooms
$1,375
1434 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:31 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1302 Arkansas St in Lake Charles. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
601 Ginger Ln
601 Ginger Ln
Moss Bluff, LA
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1100 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:04 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in Moss Bluff. Amenities included: central air, central heat, dishwasher, updated kitchen, and washer dryer. No Utilities included. Is pet friendly. Date Available: Sep 12th 2020. $1250/month rent.
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Apartment Rentals in Sulphur start at $950/month.
How much is rent in Sulphur?
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Sulphur 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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City Guide

Sulphur
Once referred to as the "richest 50 acres in the world," Sulphur, Louisiana, came into being after numerous attempts, including deaths, occurred while trying to access sulfur below the earth's surface.
Once referred to as the "richest 50 acres in the world," Sulphur, Louisiana, came into being after numerous attempts, including deaths, occurred while trying to access sulfur below the earth's surface.

Eventually, a man created a way to liquefy the element and bring it to the surface, which would revolutionize sulfur mining; and this led to tremendous growth that would eventually ensure that the city, only 20 miles from the Texas border, would continue to thrive for years. This city, Sulphur, which was once so dependent on sulfur mines that it was literally named after the element, was able to expand. While petrochemical plants and oil refineries will always be a part of Sulphur, new businesses along with the old have helped the area reach its current population of 20,410 (2010 Census).

Moving to Sulphur

Those looking to move to Sulphur are in for a treat, and there's no need to worry about the smell of sulfur. That has been gone for years, but you've got to feel sorry for those early settlers. Whether looking for a huge home rental or a simple studio apartment for rent in Sulphur, there are a variety of choices. It's important to remember, though, that there are several considerations to keep in mind when moving anywhere. Come on, people! Why would this be any different in Sulphur?

In all honesty, there's really no rush to start looking if you don't mind which area of the city you live in. There are plenty of places to go around, and because about one-in-four of all Sulphur residents are renting, you'll undoubtedly be in great company. Some people like the city so much that they even live in RVs and houseboats. That's right, there are nearby waterways! Eat your heart out, Hilton Head! Obviously, there are a variety of housing types, from city apartments to detached houses. Starting to look even one to two months in advance is sufficient, but if you want to check out all the neighborhoods and pick out the one best suited for you, it wouldn't hurt to start three months in advance.

You should have already made the move if you wanted to attend the Centennial Celebration in the city. That's right: you missed Smash Mouth and John Michael Montgomery. Since that's out of the way, though, you might want to avoid moving in during the summertime. This is the Deep South, after all. Add that to the fact that a typical summer month can bring upward of seven inches of rain on average, and you'll probably thank yourself for moving in the beginning or end of the year. Fortunately because it's in the South, these months won't be too cold. All that being said, we still can't believe you missed Smash Mouth.

Just because there are plenty of places to go around and lots of renters in the city, it doesn't mean that you can slack off when trying to secure a place. You need to make sure you've got proof of income when looking for places to rent. After all, they're going to want to know that you can pay more than just a deposit. You also could help yourself by bringing along a background check so this isn't the place for you if you're looking to hideout from the coppers.

Moving to Sulphur
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Those looking to move to Sulphur are in for a treat, and there's no need to worry about the smell of sulfur. That has been gone for years, but you've got to feel sorry for those early settlers. Whether looking for a huge home rental or a simple studio apartment for rent in Sulphur, there are a variety of choices. It's important to remember, though, that there are several considerations to keep in mind when moving anywhere. Come on, people! Why would this be any different in Sulphur?

In all honesty, there's really no rush to start looking if you don't mind which area of the city you live in. There are plenty of places to go around, and because about one-in-four of all Sulphur residents are renting, you'll undoubtedly be in great company. Some people like the city so much that they even live in RVs and houseboats. That's right, there are nearby waterways! Eat your heart out, Hilton Head! Obviously, there are a variety of housing types, from city apartments to detached houses. Starting to look even one to two months in advance is sufficient, but if you want to check out all the neighborhoods and pick out the one best suited for you, it wouldn't hurt to start three months in advance.

You should have already made the move if you wanted to attend the Centennial Celebration in the city. That's right: you missed Smash Mouth and John Michael Montgomery. Since that's out of the way, though, you might want to avoid moving in during the summertime. This is the Deep South, after all. Add that to the fact that a typical summer month can bring upward of seven inches of rain on average, and you'll probably thank yourself for moving in the beginning or end of the year. Fortunately because it's in the South, these months won't be too cold. All that being said, we still can't believe you missed Smash Mouth.

Just because there are plenty of places to go around and lots of renters in the city, it doesn't mean that you can slack off when trying to secure a place. You need to make sure you've got proof of income when looking for places to rent. After all, they're going to want to know that you can pay more than just a deposit. You also could help yourself by bringing along a background check so this isn't the place for you if you're looking to hideout from the coppers.

Sulphur Neighborhoods

Sulphur has amazing events for everyone in town. From the Veteran's Day Parade to the Christmas Festival, there's plenty for everyone to do. This doesn't mean, though, that you have to wait around all year for stuff to do. Each neighborhood has its own little benefits, and if you get up and get outside, you'll love what you find!

Maplewood: This neighborhood in the eastern part of Sulphur has a certain quaintness about it. There's a few stores littered throughout the area, but the big sell is that the Maplewood Branch Library is here.

Hollywood: There are nice little subdivisions all over this place! There are no movie stars in this Hollywood. If you're looking to rent an apartment, though, what better place than the neighborhood with a Wal-Mart Supercenter?

City Center: This is definitely the place to be. Everything is here. There's a McDonald's! Want to get away from the confines of your home? There are hotels! West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital is even in this area. It's a little scary that Roseland Cemetery is as well, but that's probably just a coincidence.

West Napoleon Street: If you like getting out of the house a lot, this is the place to go. Both Frasch Park and the Pattison Complex are here. You can get away from any vampires at the Spar Aquatic Center. It's vampires that hate water, right? Or is that witches?

Sulphur Neighborhoods
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Sulphur has amazing events for everyone in town. From the Veteran's Day Parade to the Christmas Festival, there's plenty for everyone to do. This doesn't mean, though, that you have to wait around all year for stuff to do. Each neighborhood has its own little benefits, and if you get up and get outside, you'll love what you find!

Maplewood: This neighborhood in the eastern part of Sulphur has a certain quaintness about it. There's a few stores littered throughout the area, but the big sell is that the Maplewood Branch Library is here.

Hollywood: There are nice little subdivisions all over this place! There are no movie stars in this Hollywood. If you're looking to rent an apartment, though, what better place than the neighborhood with a Wal-Mart Supercenter?

City Center: This is definitely the place to be. Everything is here. There's a McDonald's! Want to get away from the confines of your home? There are hotels! West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital is even in this area. It's a little scary that Roseland Cemetery is as well, but that's probably just a coincidence.

West Napoleon Street: If you like getting out of the house a lot, this is the place to go. Both Frasch Park and the Pattison Complex are here. You can get away from any vampires at the Spar Aquatic Center. It's vampires that hate water, right? Or is that witches?

Living in Sulphur

It doesn't matter whether you end up in a nice RV or awesome high rise apartment in Sulphur, living here provides a plethora of great things to do. "Plethora": big word of the day.

Take a Step into History: Head on over to the Brimstone Museum to get a little taste of history in your day-to-day activities. Besides, you know you could use some culture in your life. Ah, you like a little close encounter with history? Well the Hidden Treasures Flea Market and Antiques Shop will have you covered.

Shopping, Shopping, Shopping: Besides the Wal-Mart Supercenter, there's a ton of shopping to do as well. The Westpoint Shopping Center is literally about a 49 second drive from the Maplewood Plaza Shopping Center. Get your shop on!

Lots of Community Events: We already mentioned the Veteran's Day Parade and Christmas Festival, but that's only a small example of community events. You're going to want to make it out to all of these to show your new neighbors that you've got a little of that Southern hospitality everyone is going on about. May we suggest starting at October's Barbecue Fest?

Get Outdoors: One of the greatest parts of living in the South? The outdoors. Head on over to Hidden Ponds RV Park to enjoy a bit of serenity in nature without getting bit all night by mosquitoes. No RV? No issue! They've got cabins too, so get out there and have a night!

Sulphur, Louisiana, is the kind of place in which everyone can find their niche. Now get on out there to find yours!

Living in Sulphur
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It doesn't matter whether you end up in a nice RV or awesome high rise apartment in Sulphur, living here provides a plethora of great things to do. "Plethora": big word of the day.

Take a Step into History: Head on over to the Brimstone Museum to get a little taste of history in your day-to-day activities. Besides, you know you could use some culture in your life. Ah, you like a little close encounter with history? Well the Hidden Treasures Flea Market and Antiques Shop will have you covered.

Shopping, Shopping, Shopping: Besides the Wal-Mart Supercenter, there's a ton of shopping to do as well. The Westpoint Shopping Center is literally about a 49 second drive from the Maplewood Plaza Shopping Center. Get your shop on!

Lots of Community Events: We already mentioned the Veteran's Day Parade and Christmas Festival, but that's only a small example of community events. You're going to want to make it out to all of these to show your new neighbors that you've got a little of that Southern hospitality everyone is going on about. May we suggest starting at October's Barbecue Fest?

Get Outdoors: One of the greatest parts of living in the South? The outdoors. Head on over to Hidden Ponds RV Park to enjoy a bit of serenity in nature without getting bit all night by mosquitoes. No RV? No issue! They've got cabins too, so get out there and have a night!

Sulphur, Louisiana, is the kind of place in which everyone can find their niche. Now get on out there to find yours!

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City Guide

Sulphur
Once referred to as the "richest 50 acres in the world," Sulphur, Louisiana, came into being after numerous attempts, including deaths, occurred while trying to access sulfur below the earth's surface.
Once referred to as the "richest 50 acres in the world," Sulphur, Louisiana, came into being after numerous attempts, including deaths, occurred while trying to access sulfur below the earth's surface.

Eventually, a man created a way to liquefy the element and bring it to the surface, which would revolutionize sulfur mining; and this led to tremendous growth that would eventually ensure that the city, only 20 miles from the Texas border, would continue to thrive for years. This city, Sulphur, which was once so dependent on sulfur mines that it was literally named after the element, was able to expand. While petrochemical plants and oil refineries will always be a part of Sulphur, new businesses along with the old have helped the area reach its current population of 20,410 (2010 Census).

Moving to Sulphur

Those looking to move to Sulphur are in for a treat, and there's no need to worry about the smell of sulfur. That has been gone for years, but you've got to feel sorry for those early settlers. Whether looking for a huge home rental or a simple studio apartment for rent in Sulphur, there are a variety of choices. It's important to remember, though, that there are several considerations to keep in mind when moving anywhere. Come on, people! Why would this be any different in Sulphur?

In all honesty, there's really no rush to start looking if you don't mind which area of the city you live in. There are plenty of places to go around, and because about one-in-four of all Sulphur residents are renting, you'll undoubtedly be in great company. Some people like the city so much that they even live in RVs and houseboats. That's right, there are nearby waterways! Eat your heart out, Hilton Head! Obviously, there are a variety of housing types, from city apartments to detached houses. Starting to look even one to two months in advance is sufficient, but if you want to check out all the neighborhoods and pick out the one best suited for you, it wouldn't hurt to start three months in advance.

You should have already made the move if you wanted to attend the Centennial Celebration in the city. That's right: you missed Smash Mouth and John Michael Montgomery. Since that's out of the way, though, you might want to avoid moving in during the summertime. This is the Deep South, after all. Add that to the fact that a typical summer month can bring upward of seven inches of rain on average, and you'll probably thank yourself for moving in the beginning or end of the year. Fortunately because it's in the South, these months won't be too cold. All that being said, we still can't believe you missed Smash Mouth.

Just because there are plenty of places to go around and lots of renters in the city, it doesn't mean that you can slack off when trying to secure a place. You need to make sure you've got proof of income when looking for places to rent. After all, they're going to want to know that you can pay more than just a deposit. You also could help yourself by bringing along a background check so this isn't the place for you if you're looking to hideout from the coppers.

Moving to Sulphur
+

Those looking to move to Sulphur are in for a treat, and there's no need to worry about the smell of sulfur. That has been gone for years, but you've got to feel sorry for those early settlers. Whether looking for a huge home rental or a simple studio apartment for rent in Sulphur, there are a variety of choices. It's important to remember, though, that there are several considerations to keep in mind when moving anywhere. Come on, people! Why would this be any different in Sulphur?

In all honesty, there's really no rush to start looking if you don't mind which area of the city you live in. There are plenty of places to go around, and because about one-in-four of all Sulphur residents are renting, you'll undoubtedly be in great company. Some people like the city so much that they even live in RVs and houseboats. That's right, there are nearby waterways! Eat your heart out, Hilton Head! Obviously, there are a variety of housing types, from city apartments to detached houses. Starting to look even one to two months in advance is sufficient, but if you want to check out all the neighborhoods and pick out the one best suited for you, it wouldn't hurt to start three months in advance.

You should have already made the move if you wanted to attend the Centennial Celebration in the city. That's right: you missed Smash Mouth and John Michael Montgomery. Since that's out of the way, though, you might want to avoid moving in during the summertime. This is the Deep South, after all. Add that to the fact that a typical summer month can bring upward of seven inches of rain on average, and you'll probably thank yourself for moving in the beginning or end of the year. Fortunately because it's in the South, these months won't be too cold. All that being said, we still can't believe you missed Smash Mouth.

Just because there are plenty of places to go around and lots of renters in the city, it doesn't mean that you can slack off when trying to secure a place. You need to make sure you've got proof of income when looking for places to rent. After all, they're going to want to know that you can pay more than just a deposit. You also could help yourself by bringing along a background check so this isn't the place for you if you're looking to hideout from the coppers.

Sulphur Neighborhoods

Sulphur has amazing events for everyone in town. From the Veteran's Day Parade to the Christmas Festival, there's plenty for everyone to do. This doesn't mean, though, that you have to wait around all year for stuff to do. Each neighborhood has its own little benefits, and if you get up and get outside, you'll love what you find!

Maplewood: This neighborhood in the eastern part of Sulphur has a certain quaintness about it. There's a few stores littered throughout the area, but the big sell is that the Maplewood Branch Library is here.

Hollywood: There are nice little subdivisions all over this place! There are no movie stars in this Hollywood. If you're looking to rent an apartment, though, what better place than the neighborhood with a Wal-Mart Supercenter?

City Center: This is definitely the place to be. Everything is here. There's a McDonald's! Want to get away from the confines of your home? There are hotels! West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital is even in this area. It's a little scary that Roseland Cemetery is as well, but that's probably just a coincidence.

West Napoleon Street: If you like getting out of the house a lot, this is the place to go. Both Frasch Park and the Pattison Complex are here. You can get away from any vampires at the Spar Aquatic Center. It's vampires that hate water, right? Or is that witches?

Sulphur Neighborhoods
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Sulphur has amazing events for everyone in town. From the Veteran's Day Parade to the Christmas Festival, there's plenty for everyone to do. This doesn't mean, though, that you have to wait around all year for stuff to do. Each neighborhood has its own little benefits, and if you get up and get outside, you'll love what you find!

Maplewood: This neighborhood in the eastern part of Sulphur has a certain quaintness about it. There's a few stores littered throughout the area, but the big sell is that the Maplewood Branch Library is here.

Hollywood: There are nice little subdivisions all over this place! There are no movie stars in this Hollywood. If you're looking to rent an apartment, though, what better place than the neighborhood with a Wal-Mart Supercenter?

City Center: This is definitely the place to be. Everything is here. There's a McDonald's! Want to get away from the confines of your home? There are hotels! West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital is even in this area. It's a little scary that Roseland Cemetery is as well, but that's probably just a coincidence.

West Napoleon Street: If you like getting out of the house a lot, this is the place to go. Both Frasch Park and the Pattison Complex are here. You can get away from any vampires at the Spar Aquatic Center. It's vampires that hate water, right? Or is that witches?

Living in Sulphur

It doesn't matter whether you end up in a nice RV or awesome high rise apartment in Sulphur, living here provides a plethora of great things to do. "Plethora": big word of the day.

Take a Step into History: Head on over to the Brimstone Museum to get a little taste of history in your day-to-day activities. Besides, you know you could use some culture in your life. Ah, you like a little close encounter with history? Well the Hidden Treasures Flea Market and Antiques Shop will have you covered.

Shopping, Shopping, Shopping: Besides the Wal-Mart Supercenter, there's a ton of shopping to do as well. The Westpoint Shopping Center is literally about a 49 second drive from the Maplewood Plaza Shopping Center. Get your shop on!

Lots of Community Events: We already mentioned the Veteran's Day Parade and Christmas Festival, but that's only a small example of community events. You're going to want to make it out to all of these to show your new neighbors that you've got a little of that Southern hospitality everyone is going on about. May we suggest starting at October's Barbecue Fest?

Get Outdoors: One of the greatest parts of living in the South? The outdoors. Head on over to Hidden Ponds RV Park to enjoy a bit of serenity in nature without getting bit all night by mosquitoes. No RV? No issue! They've got cabins too, so get out there and have a night!

Sulphur, Louisiana, is the kind of place in which everyone can find their niche. Now get on out there to find yours!

Living in Sulphur
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It doesn't matter whether you end up in a nice RV or awesome high rise apartment in Sulphur, living here provides a plethora of great things to do. "Plethora": big word of the day.

Take a Step into History: Head on over to the Brimstone Museum to get a little taste of history in your day-to-day activities. Besides, you know you could use some culture in your life. Ah, you like a little close encounter with history? Well the Hidden Treasures Flea Market and Antiques Shop will have you covered.

Shopping, Shopping, Shopping: Besides the Wal-Mart Supercenter, there's a ton of shopping to do as well. The Westpoint Shopping Center is literally about a 49 second drive from the Maplewood Plaza Shopping Center. Get your shop on!

Lots of Community Events: We already mentioned the Veteran's Day Parade and Christmas Festival, but that's only a small example of community events. You're going to want to make it out to all of these to show your new neighbors that you've got a little of that Southern hospitality everyone is going on about. May we suggest starting at October's Barbecue Fest?

Get Outdoors: One of the greatest parts of living in the South? The outdoors. Head on over to Hidden Ponds RV Park to enjoy a bit of serenity in nature without getting bit all night by mosquitoes. No RV? No issue! They've got cabins too, so get out there and have a night!

Sulphur, Louisiana, is the kind of place in which everyone can find their niche. Now get on out there to find yours!