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10 Apartments for rent in Forest Lake, MN

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8615 215th st n Forest lake
8615 215th Street North
Forest Lake, MN
4 Bedrooms
$2,400
2012 sqft
Last updated November 28 at 10:59 AM
Rare Forest Lake schools and FL lake view 4 bed property available for lease!!! - Come check out this amazing new rental in Forest lake schools! Has views of the lake, boasts 4 beds, 2 baths! 2 beds upstairs with a big family room that overlooks an
1 Unit Available
22145 Jason Avenue North
22145 Jason Avenue North
Forest Lake, MN
3 Bedrooms
$2,495
2320 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 03:39 AM
Professionally managed by Pathlight Property Management, the exclusive property manager for Home Partners of America, offering excellent customer service, 24/7 emergency maintenance service, online application and payments, and pet-friendly options.
1 Unit Available
21021 Juno Avenue North
21021 Juno Avenue North
Forest Lake, MN
1 Bedroom
$1,495
900 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
Available 06/01/20 Beaches all closed? No problem! Love to go boating or fishing? This one-level lakefront property is the perfect place to unwind after a long day or to build memories for a lifetime. 1/2 hour from the Twin Cities.
1 Unit Available
20445 Everton Trail North
20445 Everton Trail North
Forest Lake, MN
4 Bedrooms
$2,945
3470 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
Hard to find 4 br's on one level with an impressively large master bedroom. Large master bath with 2 large walk in closets. Open modern flowing floor plan with main floor laundry, dining room and office.
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1 Unit Available
4960 Emmit Drive Unit #6
4960 Emmit Ave N
Hugo, MN
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
1050 sqft
Last updated November 28 at 10:58 AM
4960 Emmit Drive Unit #6 Available 01/01/21 Fantastic 2 Bed/2 Bath Updated Hugo Townhome! Available 1-1-2021! - Available 1-1-2021! Great 2 bed / 2 bath Hugo Townhome. Updated with Stainless Steel Appliances, and with New Carpet & New Paint.
1 Unit Available
4376 Empress Dr N Unit 4
4376 Express Way N
Hugo, MN
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1800 sqft
Last updated November 28 at 08:25 AM
This beautiful townhome is brought to you by Minnesota Home Rental.
Results within 10 miles of Forest Lake
1 Unit Available
3588 White Pine Way
3588 White Pine Way
Stillwater, MN
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
1828 sqft
Last updated November 28 at 08:25 AM
Desirable end unit Townhome located in Stillwater's Millbrook neighborhood located just minutes from Main Street! Open concept main floor complete with eat-in kitchen, dining, and living room.
1 Unit Available
3381 Maureen Ln
3381 Maureen Lane
Stillwater, MN
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
1828 sqft
Last updated November 28 at 08:25 AM
3 BR/ 3 Bath Stillwater townhome in fantastic, move-in condition! This desirable end unit has been completely painted and new carpet throughout. Great floor plan w/ 3 bedrooms upstairs. Oversized loft affords a great office or family room.
1 Unit Available
8003 4th Ave
8003 4th Avenue
Lino Lakes, MN
3 Bedrooms
$1,725
1500 sqft
Last updated November 28 at 08:04 AM
Conveniently located just minutes north of St. Paul, with easy access to grocery stores, restaurants, and 35W. Close to the city with a private country feel, this home offers the convenience of an apartment with the benefits of a single family home.
1 Unit Available
190 Shetland Lane
190 Shetland Lane
Lino Lakes, MN
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1684 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 10:07 PM
Spacious townhouse with open layout and plenty of natural light! Kitchen with tons of storage and a nice sized pantry. 3 large bedrooms on one level. Large master w/ huge walk-in closet. Amazing patio in back. Outstanding Centennial Schools.
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Apartment Rentals in Forest Lake start at $1,450/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Forest Lake start at $1,450/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Forest Lake. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia University-Saint Paul, Hamline University, Hennepin Technical College, Metropolitan State University, and University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Forest Lake. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia University-Saint Paul, Hamline University, Hennepin Technical College, Metropolitan State University, and University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

City Guide

Forest Lake
"In the vast realms above the dark astral prison, all is shining and beautiful. The astral cosmos is more naturally attuned than the earth to the divine will and plan of perfection...Just as worldly men don new array for gala events, so astral beings find occasions to bedeck themselves in specially designed forms." -- Paramahansa Yogananda, writing of his view of the aurora borealis from Forest Lake, Minnesota
"In the vast realms above the dark astral prison, all is shining and beautiful. The astral cosmos is more naturally attuned than the earth to the divine will and plan of perfection...Just as worldly men don new array for gala events, so astral beings find occasions to bedeck themselves in specially designed forms." -- Paramahansa Yogananda, writing of his view of the aurora borealis from Forest Lake, Minnesota

Found just north of Minnesota's Twin Cities, Forest Lake is a St. Paul suburb best known for its majestic scenery. Since its incorporation as a township in 1893, Forest Lake has transformed from a quaint town on the outskirts of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area to a landmark in its own right, today boasting a population of 18,375, as well as a vast collection of cultural, recreational and natural wonders.

Choosing Forest Lake

Home sales as a whole have been steady for several years, a not-so-surprising reality given the economic and construction boom within the area during the early 2000s. It's time to snatch up your home while the price is right!

Transit Options

Although several Twin Cities suburbs are marked by excellent mass transit options, Forest Lake remains a car-friendly city. Most of residents' daily commutes take place along Highway 35 and County Road 61, although a good share of the area's morning and afternoon traffic can also be found on Scandia Trail North. However, there are a few viable transit options for those hoping to back off on vehicle use, including the very popular route 285, which travels along Highway 35E.

Choosing Forest Lake
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Home sales as a whole have been steady for several years, a not-so-surprising reality given the economic and construction boom within the area during the early 2000s. It's time to snatch up your home while the price is right!

Transit Options

Although several Twin Cities suburbs are marked by excellent mass transit options, Forest Lake remains a car-friendly city. Most of residents' daily commutes take place along Highway 35 and County Road 61, although a good share of the area's morning and afternoon traffic can also be found on Scandia Trail North. However, there are a few viable transit options for those hoping to back off on vehicle use, including the very popular route 285, which travels along Highway 35E.

Forest Lake Neighborhoods

Much of the activity in Forest Lake is focused along the city's western border, where the 35E-35W split takes place. However, many residents also enjoy the natural beauty of Forest Lake's northeastern region, which boasts some of the most impressive natural scenery in the greater Twin Cities. Although population density varies from one Forest Lake neighborhood to the next, you'll notice that the entire city shares the same commitment to friendly interactions and active lifestyles.

North Forest Lake: Forest Lake is notable for its eponymous lake, one of the top one hundred largest bodies of water in the state of Minnesota. The lake feeds into the Sunrise River and covers a good portion of the northern region of the city. Recreational opportunities abound in this area, with Schilling and Kulencamp Parks proving particularly popular among locals and visitors alike.

South Forest Lake: Golf enthusiasts particularly enjoy visiting the southern area of Forest Lake, which is home to both the Tanners Brook Golf Course and the Forest Hills Golf Course. Naturalists also enjoy visiting this portion of Forest Lake, as it contains the vast Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

East Forest Lake: The eastern region of Forest Lake is marked by some of the best natural scenery in the Twin Cities, including the lower portion of Forest Lake's namesake body of water, as well as the beautiful Halfbreed Lake. Sherman Park can be found here, as can the eastern half of the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

West Forest Lake: Highway 35 and Country Road 61 both traverse through the western portion of Forest Lake; these routes largely serve as the city's main drags, attracting some of the area's most prominent businesses and tourist attraction. West Forest Lake is notable as the site of the the Lake 5 Theatre, the FLAAA Sports Center and Grundhofer Stadium.

Forest Lake Neighborhoods
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Much of the activity in Forest Lake is focused along the city's western border, where the 35E-35W split takes place. However, many residents also enjoy the natural beauty of Forest Lake's northeastern region, which boasts some of the most impressive natural scenery in the greater Twin Cities. Although population density varies from one Forest Lake neighborhood to the next, you'll notice that the entire city shares the same commitment to friendly interactions and active lifestyles.

North Forest Lake: Forest Lake is notable for its eponymous lake, one of the top one hundred largest bodies of water in the state of Minnesota. The lake feeds into the Sunrise River and covers a good portion of the northern region of the city. Recreational opportunities abound in this area, with Schilling and Kulencamp Parks proving particularly popular among locals and visitors alike.

South Forest Lake: Golf enthusiasts particularly enjoy visiting the southern area of Forest Lake, which is home to both the Tanners Brook Golf Course and the Forest Hills Golf Course. Naturalists also enjoy visiting this portion of Forest Lake, as it contains the vast Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

East Forest Lake: The eastern region of Forest Lake is marked by some of the best natural scenery in the Twin Cities, including the lower portion of Forest Lake's namesake body of water, as well as the beautiful Halfbreed Lake. Sherman Park can be found here, as can the eastern half of the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

West Forest Lake: Highway 35 and Country Road 61 both traverse through the western portion of Forest Lake; these routes largely serve as the city's main drags, attracting some of the area's most prominent businesses and tourist attraction. West Forest Lake is notable as the site of the the Lake 5 Theatre, the FLAAA Sports Center and Grundhofer Stadium.

Life in Forest Lake

Forest Lake perfectly exemplifies the concept of "Minnesota Nice." Residents and visitors alike possess a very pleasant demeanor, always eager to ensure that all who pass through the city enjoy friendly conversation. A willingness to chat with complete strangers will make your time in Forest Lake far more enjoyable.

Outdoor Recreation: Forest Lake's Greatest Strength

Given the presence of multiple large bodies of water, it should come as no surprise that outdoor recreation plays a huge role in Forest Lake. Residents and visitors enjoy swimming at the Lakeside Park Beach, as well as bird watching near the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area. In the winter, outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing prove especially popular, although many individuals prefer to remain indoors at such facilities as the FLAAA Sports Arena.

Life in Forest Lake
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Forest Lake perfectly exemplifies the concept of "Minnesota Nice." Residents and visitors alike possess a very pleasant demeanor, always eager to ensure that all who pass through the city enjoy friendly conversation. A willingness to chat with complete strangers will make your time in Forest Lake far more enjoyable.

Outdoor Recreation: Forest Lake's Greatest Strength

Given the presence of multiple large bodies of water, it should come as no surprise that outdoor recreation plays a huge role in Forest Lake. Residents and visitors enjoy swimming at the Lakeside Park Beach, as well as bird watching near the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area. In the winter, outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing prove especially popular, although many individuals prefer to remain indoors at such facilities as the FLAAA Sports Arena.

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Forest Lake
"In the vast realms above the dark astral prison, all is shining and beautiful. The astral cosmos is more naturally attuned than the earth to the divine will and plan of perfection...Just as worldly men don new array for gala events, so astral beings find occasions to bedeck themselves in specially designed forms." -- Paramahansa Yogananda, writing of his view of the aurora borealis from Forest Lake, Minnesota
"In the vast realms above the dark astral prison, all is shining and beautiful. The astral cosmos is more naturally attuned than the earth to the divine will and plan of perfection...Just as worldly men don new array for gala events, so astral beings find occasions to bedeck themselves in specially designed forms." -- Paramahansa Yogananda, writing of his view of the aurora borealis from Forest Lake, Minnesota

Found just north of Minnesota's Twin Cities, Forest Lake is a St. Paul suburb best known for its majestic scenery. Since its incorporation as a township in 1893, Forest Lake has transformed from a quaint town on the outskirts of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area to a landmark in its own right, today boasting a population of 18,375, as well as a vast collection of cultural, recreational and natural wonders.

Choosing Forest Lake

Home sales as a whole have been steady for several years, a not-so-surprising reality given the economic and construction boom within the area during the early 2000s. It's time to snatch up your home while the price is right!

Transit Options

Although several Twin Cities suburbs are marked by excellent mass transit options, Forest Lake remains a car-friendly city. Most of residents' daily commutes take place along Highway 35 and County Road 61, although a good share of the area's morning and afternoon traffic can also be found on Scandia Trail North. However, there are a few viable transit options for those hoping to back off on vehicle use, including the very popular route 285, which travels along Highway 35E.

Choosing Forest Lake
+

Home sales as a whole have been steady for several years, a not-so-surprising reality given the economic and construction boom within the area during the early 2000s. It's time to snatch up your home while the price is right!

Transit Options

Although several Twin Cities suburbs are marked by excellent mass transit options, Forest Lake remains a car-friendly city. Most of residents' daily commutes take place along Highway 35 and County Road 61, although a good share of the area's morning and afternoon traffic can also be found on Scandia Trail North. However, there are a few viable transit options for those hoping to back off on vehicle use, including the very popular route 285, which travels along Highway 35E.

Forest Lake Neighborhoods

Much of the activity in Forest Lake is focused along the city's western border, where the 35E-35W split takes place. However, many residents also enjoy the natural beauty of Forest Lake's northeastern region, which boasts some of the most impressive natural scenery in the greater Twin Cities. Although population density varies from one Forest Lake neighborhood to the next, you'll notice that the entire city shares the same commitment to friendly interactions and active lifestyles.

North Forest Lake: Forest Lake is notable for its eponymous lake, one of the top one hundred largest bodies of water in the state of Minnesota. The lake feeds into the Sunrise River and covers a good portion of the northern region of the city. Recreational opportunities abound in this area, with Schilling and Kulencamp Parks proving particularly popular among locals and visitors alike.

South Forest Lake: Golf enthusiasts particularly enjoy visiting the southern area of Forest Lake, which is home to both the Tanners Brook Golf Course and the Forest Hills Golf Course. Naturalists also enjoy visiting this portion of Forest Lake, as it contains the vast Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

East Forest Lake: The eastern region of Forest Lake is marked by some of the best natural scenery in the Twin Cities, including the lower portion of Forest Lake's namesake body of water, as well as the beautiful Halfbreed Lake. Sherman Park can be found here, as can the eastern half of the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

West Forest Lake: Highway 35 and Country Road 61 both traverse through the western portion of Forest Lake; these routes largely serve as the city's main drags, attracting some of the area's most prominent businesses and tourist attraction. West Forest Lake is notable as the site of the the Lake 5 Theatre, the FLAAA Sports Center and Grundhofer Stadium.

Forest Lake Neighborhoods
+

Much of the activity in Forest Lake is focused along the city's western border, where the 35E-35W split takes place. However, many residents also enjoy the natural beauty of Forest Lake's northeastern region, which boasts some of the most impressive natural scenery in the greater Twin Cities. Although population density varies from one Forest Lake neighborhood to the next, you'll notice that the entire city shares the same commitment to friendly interactions and active lifestyles.

North Forest Lake: Forest Lake is notable for its eponymous lake, one of the top one hundred largest bodies of water in the state of Minnesota. The lake feeds into the Sunrise River and covers a good portion of the northern region of the city. Recreational opportunities abound in this area, with Schilling and Kulencamp Parks proving particularly popular among locals and visitors alike.

South Forest Lake: Golf enthusiasts particularly enjoy visiting the southern area of Forest Lake, which is home to both the Tanners Brook Golf Course and the Forest Hills Golf Course. Naturalists also enjoy visiting this portion of Forest Lake, as it contains the vast Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

East Forest Lake: The eastern region of Forest Lake is marked by some of the best natural scenery in the Twin Cities, including the lower portion of Forest Lake's namesake body of water, as well as the beautiful Halfbreed Lake. Sherman Park can be found here, as can the eastern half of the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area.

West Forest Lake: Highway 35 and Country Road 61 both traverse through the western portion of Forest Lake; these routes largely serve as the city's main drags, attracting some of the area's most prominent businesses and tourist attraction. West Forest Lake is notable as the site of the the Lake 5 Theatre, the FLAAA Sports Center and Grundhofer Stadium.

Life in Forest Lake

Forest Lake perfectly exemplifies the concept of "Minnesota Nice." Residents and visitors alike possess a very pleasant demeanor, always eager to ensure that all who pass through the city enjoy friendly conversation. A willingness to chat with complete strangers will make your time in Forest Lake far more enjoyable.

Outdoor Recreation: Forest Lake's Greatest Strength

Given the presence of multiple large bodies of water, it should come as no surprise that outdoor recreation plays a huge role in Forest Lake. Residents and visitors enjoy swimming at the Lakeside Park Beach, as well as bird watching near the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area. In the winter, outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing prove especially popular, although many individuals prefer to remain indoors at such facilities as the FLAAA Sports Arena.

Life in Forest Lake
+

Forest Lake perfectly exemplifies the concept of "Minnesota Nice." Residents and visitors alike possess a very pleasant demeanor, always eager to ensure that all who pass through the city enjoy friendly conversation. A willingness to chat with complete strangers will make your time in Forest Lake far more enjoyable.

Outdoor Recreation: Forest Lake's Greatest Strength

Given the presence of multiple large bodies of water, it should come as no surprise that outdoor recreation plays a huge role in Forest Lake. Residents and visitors enjoy swimming at the Lakeside Park Beach, as well as bird watching near the Hardwood Creek Wildlife Management Area. In the winter, outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing prove especially popular, although many individuals prefer to remain indoors at such facilities as the FLAAA Sports Arena.