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16 Apartments for rent in Fort Leonard Wood, MO

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19675 Salem Road
19675 Salem Road
Pulaski County, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,025
2400 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:40 PM
***Due to Covid-19 Walker Rentals will not be conducting in person showings at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.*** This lovely 4 bedroom 2.
1 Unit Available
24441 Trolley Lane
24441 Trolley Lane
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
1700 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:40 PM
***Due to Covid-19 Walker Rentals will not be conducting in person showings at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.*** Charming home in the Waynesville School District.
1 Unit Available
15420 B Texas
15420 Texas Rd
Pulaski County, MO
2 Bedrooms
$695
912 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Beautiful 2 bed 2 bath!! - **For an additional cost, utilities can be included! Please ask about this and leasing options!*** ***Washer and Dryer Included!*** This apartment is the closest that you can get to the main gate of FLW! It is fairly new,
1 Unit Available
24356 Tanglewood
24356 Tanglewood Lane
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1600 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:33 AM
3 Bed, 2 Bath Home close to FLW! - Check out this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home that is located in St Robert and is within minutes to the front gate of Ft Leonard Wood! As you enter you're welcomed with brand new vinyl plank flooring that flows
1 Unit Available
15265 Transit Rd.
15265 Transit Road
Pulaski County, MO
4 Bedrooms
$850
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Finished Walk Out Basement and Fenced Backyard - 1st Months Rent Is $1550.00 Deck Fenced Backyard Finished Basement with Additional Family Room Bonus Room Additional Storage Downstairs Washer and Dryer Hookups No Smoking (RLNE5590146)
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1 Unit Available
19545 Lenox Lane
19545 Lenox Lane
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
2560 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:40 PM
***Due to Covid-19 Walker Rentals will not be conducting in person showings at this time. Comfort and Quality! Located in the popular Northern Heights subdivision on a 1.15 acre lot is this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom ranch style home.
1 Unit Available
612 Historic Rt 66
612 West Historic 66
Waynesville, MO
2 Bedrooms
$575
900 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 08:38 PM
**MOVE-IN SPECIAL!! HALF OFF FIRST FULL MONTH'S RENT** Recently remodeled! Check out our Westside Village Apartments, located in the heart of Waynesville with easy access to all area amenities.
1 Unit Available
201 Lookout Court
201 Lookout Ct
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$775
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 08:38 PM
JUST LISTED!!! Two story apartment buildings located on a quiet street in the Hickory Valley subdivision with quick access to I-44 and Fort Leonard Wood.
1 Unit Available
17050 Lensman
17050 Lensman Drive
St. Robert, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
3100 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:33 AM
17050 Lensman Available 11/06/20 4 bedroom 3 bath Home. - This home is located in a great subdivision only 10 minutes from the main gate of Fort Leonardwood . It has a deck just off the back, spacious rooms all throughout.
1 Unit Available
126 Valley Way
126 Valley Drive
St. Robert, MO
3 Bedrooms
$975
1609 sqft
Last updated August 26 at 01:35 PM
***Due to Covid-19 Walker Rentals will not be conducting in person showings at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
1 Unit Available
22200 Hedge Rd
22200 Hedge Rd
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$850
1404 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
3 Bed 2 Bath Home, Garage parking, great sized yard - This cozy 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is located in the Waynesville School District and within minutes to the front gate of Ft Leonard Wood.
1 Unit Available
16218 Hershey Rd
16218 Hershey Rd
Pulaski County, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,295
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
16218 Hershey Rd Available 04/24/20 Finished Basement - 1st Months Rent Is $2145.
1 Unit Available
110 Greythorn Court
110 Greythorn Ct
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,175
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Minutes from FLW! - This beautiful home sits in Brush Creek subdivision and is just minutes from FLW. Walking in, you will immediately notice the gorgeous beaming hardwood flooring that runs throughout.
1 Unit Available
109 Andrews Drive
109 Andrews Dr
St. Robert, MO
2 Bedrooms
$775
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
109 Andrews Drive - 109 Available 05/01/20 Sits on a Quiet Street Near Fort Leonard Wood - 1st Months Rent Is $1350 1 Car Garage Patio Washer/Dryer Hookups Small Pet Friendly No Smoking (RLNE3761035)
1 Unit Available
501 School St
501 School Street
Waynesville, MO
2 Bedrooms
$650
Last updated April 3 at 12:34 PM
** NEW CARPET ** NEWLY REMODELED BATHROOM ** - 1st Months Rent Is $1100.00 Carport Unfinished Basement May Leak Washer and Dryer Hookups Near Fort Leonard Wood (RLNE4784873)
1 Unit Available
24447 Sounder Drive
24447 Sounder Lane
Pulaski County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$795
Last updated December 10 at 09:46 PM
Attractive duplex that has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom upstairs and 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom downstairs. Kitchen appliances and washer-dryer come with this home.
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City Guide

Fort Leonard Wood
Fort Leonard Wood was named for Major General Leonard Wood, a Medal of Honor winner, in 1941. The U.S. Army base, which also shares his name, is located quite some distance from any major metropolitan area, hence the nickname of "Fort Lost in the Woods."
Fort Leonard Wood was named for Major General Leonard Wood, a Medal of Honor winner, in 1941. The U.S. Army base, which also shares his name, is located quite some distance from any major metropolitan area, hence the nickname of "Fort Lost in the Woods."

Fort Leonard Wood is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, United States. The 2010 census determined the population to be just over 15,000. The climate here is humid continental, which means there's no discernible dry season and the summer brings scorching heat. The main industry for the area relies on the Fort Leonard Wood army base, whereby many of the military personnel live off-base and in the community.

Moving to Fort Leonard Wood, MO

How Much Will It Cost?

The cost of living in Fort Leonard Wood is a little less than that of the Missouri average and substantial savings can be made in comparison to the national average cost of living. For pizza lovers, the news is not so good however. The cost of pizza in the CDP (census-designated place) is greatly higher than the national average price for pizza (http: / / www.areavibes.com / fort+leonard+wood-mo / cost-of-living / ).

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least eight weeks to relocate to an apartment or house in Fort Leonard Wood. There's relatively high demand for housing, in-part due to the army base nearby, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream rental to avoid it slipping away from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're out looking for a place to rent. Prospective tenants should be able to provide references, proof of employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in a strong position to seal the deal with landlords.

Moving to Fort Leonard Wood, MO
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How Much Will It Cost?

The cost of living in Fort Leonard Wood is a little less than that of the Missouri average and substantial savings can be made in comparison to the national average cost of living. For pizza lovers, the news is not so good however. The cost of pizza in the CDP (census-designated place) is greatly higher than the national average price for pizza (http: / / www.areavibes.com / fort+leonard+wood-mo / cost-of-living / ).

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least eight weeks to relocate to an apartment or house in Fort Leonard Wood. There's relatively high demand for housing, in-part due to the army base nearby, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream rental to avoid it slipping away from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're out looking for a place to rent. Prospective tenants should be able to provide references, proof of employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in a strong position to seal the deal with landlords.

Neighborhoods in Fort Leonard Wood

There is a small choice of rentals available in Fort Leonard Wood, so it can take some time to find the one that is most appealing to you. As mentioned, when you do find something, don't be tempted to hang around. Instead, hand over the deposit and complete the necessary paperwork and you'll be good to go!

Ellis Street: Ellis Street offers its tenants a variety of amenities in close proximity, such as tennis courts, basketball courts, and publicly-accessible parkland. In the area you'll find various rental properties, including house rentals and 2 bedroom apartments.

Iowa Ave: Iowa Ave affords easy access to the local airport - Waynesville St. Robert Regional Airport. Local amenities are a little sparse, but crime rates are non-existent and the area is perfect for those who are looking for a house rental in Fort Leonard Wood, which offers plenty of privacy and tranquility.

Neighborhoods in Fort Leonard Wood
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There is a small choice of rentals available in Fort Leonard Wood, so it can take some time to find the one that is most appealing to you. As mentioned, when you do find something, don't be tempted to hang around. Instead, hand over the deposit and complete the necessary paperwork and you'll be good to go!

Ellis Street: Ellis Street offers its tenants a variety of amenities in close proximity, such as tennis courts, basketball courts, and publicly-accessible parkland. In the area you'll find various rental properties, including house rentals and 2 bedroom apartments.

Iowa Ave: Iowa Ave affords easy access to the local airport - Waynesville St. Robert Regional Airport. Local amenities are a little sparse, but crime rates are non-existent and the area is perfect for those who are looking for a house rental in Fort Leonard Wood, which offers plenty of privacy and tranquility.

Life in Fort Leonard Wood

Getting Around

The major east-west route in the vicinity is Interstate 44, which connects Springfield, 88 miles southwest of Fort Leonard Wood, and St. Louis, 133 miles to the northeast of the CDP. Prior to the existence of I-44, the main highway was the iconic U.S. Route 66. Although Route 66 has now been officially decommissioned, it still remains in the area as a scenic route. Waynesville Regional Airport at Forney Field, just 8 miles from central Fort Leonard Wood, serves a regional flight market. The nearest international airport to the CDP is Lambert St. Louis International Airport at Saint Louis, 140 miles distant.

Keeping Busy

How do folks in Fort Leonard Wood keep themselves busy? Due to its proximity to the oldest established branch of the U.S. military, militarism is at the fore-front of local activities. The U.S. Army Military Police Corps Museum on S Dakota Ave. provides informative and enlightening displays with respect to the history of the police corps in the area. The U.S. Army Engineer Museum also on S Dakota Ave. allows the civilian population a glimpse into the world of the army engineer. And then there's the U.S. Army Chemical Corps Museum on, would you believe - S Dakota Ave. which focuses on the work of the army's chemical corps, and also pays respect to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The top-rated restaurants within the vicinity of Fort Leonard Wood are fairly run-of-the mill affairs. If you like burgers, then you're in luck. There's a Burger King on Constitution St. If you enjoy pizza, then there's a Pizza Hut at Cooley Ave Building. Should your preference be for Chinese food, then you might wish to check out Chopsticks Restaurant over on Missouri Ave. which is said to offer food in plentiful supply, while the service is friendly.

Life in Fort Leonard Wood
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Getting Around

The major east-west route in the vicinity is Interstate 44, which connects Springfield, 88 miles southwest of Fort Leonard Wood, and St. Louis, 133 miles to the northeast of the CDP. Prior to the existence of I-44, the main highway was the iconic U.S. Route 66. Although Route 66 has now been officially decommissioned, it still remains in the area as a scenic route. Waynesville Regional Airport at Forney Field, just 8 miles from central Fort Leonard Wood, serves a regional flight market. The nearest international airport to the CDP is Lambert St. Louis International Airport at Saint Louis, 140 miles distant.

Keeping Busy

How do folks in Fort Leonard Wood keep themselves busy? Due to its proximity to the oldest established branch of the U.S. military, militarism is at the fore-front of local activities. The U.S. Army Military Police Corps Museum on S Dakota Ave. provides informative and enlightening displays with respect to the history of the police corps in the area. The U.S. Army Engineer Museum also on S Dakota Ave. allows the civilian population a glimpse into the world of the army engineer. And then there's the U.S. Army Chemical Corps Museum on, would you believe - S Dakota Ave. which focuses on the work of the army's chemical corps, and also pays respect to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The top-rated restaurants within the vicinity of Fort Leonard Wood are fairly run-of-the mill affairs. If you like burgers, then you're in luck. There's a Burger King on Constitution St. If you enjoy pizza, then there's a Pizza Hut at Cooley Ave Building. Should your preference be for Chinese food, then you might wish to check out Chopsticks Restaurant over on Missouri Ave. which is said to offer food in plentiful supply, while the service is friendly.

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City Guide

Fort Leonard Wood
Fort Leonard Wood was named for Major General Leonard Wood, a Medal of Honor winner, in 1941. The U.S. Army base, which also shares his name, is located quite some distance from any major metropolitan area, hence the nickname of "Fort Lost in the Woods."
Fort Leonard Wood was named for Major General Leonard Wood, a Medal of Honor winner, in 1941. The U.S. Army base, which also shares his name, is located quite some distance from any major metropolitan area, hence the nickname of "Fort Lost in the Woods."

Fort Leonard Wood is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, United States. The 2010 census determined the population to be just over 15,000. The climate here is humid continental, which means there's no discernible dry season and the summer brings scorching heat. The main industry for the area relies on the Fort Leonard Wood army base, whereby many of the military personnel live off-base and in the community.

Moving to Fort Leonard Wood, MO

How Much Will It Cost?

The cost of living in Fort Leonard Wood is a little less than that of the Missouri average and substantial savings can be made in comparison to the national average cost of living. For pizza lovers, the news is not so good however. The cost of pizza in the CDP (census-designated place) is greatly higher than the national average price for pizza (http: / / www.areavibes.com / fort+leonard+wood-mo / cost-of-living / ).

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least eight weeks to relocate to an apartment or house in Fort Leonard Wood. There's relatively high demand for housing, in-part due to the army base nearby, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream rental to avoid it slipping away from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're out looking for a place to rent. Prospective tenants should be able to provide references, proof of employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in a strong position to seal the deal with landlords.

Moving to Fort Leonard Wood, MO
+

How Much Will It Cost?

The cost of living in Fort Leonard Wood is a little less than that of the Missouri average and substantial savings can be made in comparison to the national average cost of living. For pizza lovers, the news is not so good however. The cost of pizza in the CDP (census-designated place) is greatly higher than the national average price for pizza (http: / / www.areavibes.com / fort+leonard+wood-mo / cost-of-living / ).

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least eight weeks to relocate to an apartment or house in Fort Leonard Wood. There's relatively high demand for housing, in-part due to the army base nearby, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream rental to avoid it slipping away from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're out looking for a place to rent. Prospective tenants should be able to provide references, proof of employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in a strong position to seal the deal with landlords.

Neighborhoods in Fort Leonard Wood

There is a small choice of rentals available in Fort Leonard Wood, so it can take some time to find the one that is most appealing to you. As mentioned, when you do find something, don't be tempted to hang around. Instead, hand over the deposit and complete the necessary paperwork and you'll be good to go!

Ellis Street: Ellis Street offers its tenants a variety of amenities in close proximity, such as tennis courts, basketball courts, and publicly-accessible parkland. In the area you'll find various rental properties, including house rentals and 2 bedroom apartments.

Iowa Ave: Iowa Ave affords easy access to the local airport - Waynesville St. Robert Regional Airport. Local amenities are a little sparse, but crime rates are non-existent and the area is perfect for those who are looking for a house rental in Fort Leonard Wood, which offers plenty of privacy and tranquility.

Neighborhoods in Fort Leonard Wood
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There is a small choice of rentals available in Fort Leonard Wood, so it can take some time to find the one that is most appealing to you. As mentioned, when you do find something, don't be tempted to hang around. Instead, hand over the deposit and complete the necessary paperwork and you'll be good to go!

Ellis Street: Ellis Street offers its tenants a variety of amenities in close proximity, such as tennis courts, basketball courts, and publicly-accessible parkland. In the area you'll find various rental properties, including house rentals and 2 bedroom apartments.

Iowa Ave: Iowa Ave affords easy access to the local airport - Waynesville St. Robert Regional Airport. Local amenities are a little sparse, but crime rates are non-existent and the area is perfect for those who are looking for a house rental in Fort Leonard Wood, which offers plenty of privacy and tranquility.

Life in Fort Leonard Wood

Getting Around

The major east-west route in the vicinity is Interstate 44, which connects Springfield, 88 miles southwest of Fort Leonard Wood, and St. Louis, 133 miles to the northeast of the CDP. Prior to the existence of I-44, the main highway was the iconic U.S. Route 66. Although Route 66 has now been officially decommissioned, it still remains in the area as a scenic route. Waynesville Regional Airport at Forney Field, just 8 miles from central Fort Leonard Wood, serves a regional flight market. The nearest international airport to the CDP is Lambert St. Louis International Airport at Saint Louis, 140 miles distant.

Keeping Busy

How do folks in Fort Leonard Wood keep themselves busy? Due to its proximity to the oldest established branch of the U.S. military, militarism is at the fore-front of local activities. The U.S. Army Military Police Corps Museum on S Dakota Ave. provides informative and enlightening displays with respect to the history of the police corps in the area. The U.S. Army Engineer Museum also on S Dakota Ave. allows the civilian population a glimpse into the world of the army engineer. And then there's the U.S. Army Chemical Corps Museum on, would you believe - S Dakota Ave. which focuses on the work of the army's chemical corps, and also pays respect to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The top-rated restaurants within the vicinity of Fort Leonard Wood are fairly run-of-the mill affairs. If you like burgers, then you're in luck. There's a Burger King on Constitution St. If you enjoy pizza, then there's a Pizza Hut at Cooley Ave Building. Should your preference be for Chinese food, then you might wish to check out Chopsticks Restaurant over on Missouri Ave. which is said to offer food in plentiful supply, while the service is friendly.

Life in Fort Leonard Wood
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Getting Around

The major east-west route in the vicinity is Interstate 44, which connects Springfield, 88 miles southwest of Fort Leonard Wood, and St. Louis, 133 miles to the northeast of the CDP. Prior to the existence of I-44, the main highway was the iconic U.S. Route 66. Although Route 66 has now been officially decommissioned, it still remains in the area as a scenic route. Waynesville Regional Airport at Forney Field, just 8 miles from central Fort Leonard Wood, serves a regional flight market. The nearest international airport to the CDP is Lambert St. Louis International Airport at Saint Louis, 140 miles distant.

Keeping Busy

How do folks in Fort Leonard Wood keep themselves busy? Due to its proximity to the oldest established branch of the U.S. military, militarism is at the fore-front of local activities. The U.S. Army Military Police Corps Museum on S Dakota Ave. provides informative and enlightening displays with respect to the history of the police corps in the area. The U.S. Army Engineer Museum also on S Dakota Ave. allows the civilian population a glimpse into the world of the army engineer. And then there's the U.S. Army Chemical Corps Museum on, would you believe - S Dakota Ave. which focuses on the work of the army's chemical corps, and also pays respect to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The top-rated restaurants within the vicinity of Fort Leonard Wood are fairly run-of-the mill affairs. If you like burgers, then you're in luck. There's a Burger King on Constitution St. If you enjoy pizza, then there's a Pizza Hut at Cooley Ave Building. Should your preference be for Chinese food, then you might wish to check out Chopsticks Restaurant over on Missouri Ave. which is said to offer food in plentiful supply, while the service is friendly.