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Though Findlay is known as a quiet town, the summers are full of good music and riverside events. Visiting this city in the summer is the best way to get to know the area. From the Riverside Wine Festival to the Boogie on Main, the Hot Air Balloon Festival or fun and beautiful time on the water everyday at Riverside Park, you’ll be hard-pressed to find boredom around here. When locals aren't doing the Main Street boogie or sipping wine on the river, they enjoy getting together for hockey and rugby games, some good old Irish Pub brews, as well as enjoying a little Buckeye fever at nearby sports bars. It's a way of life fit for a king (of the Ohio breed), and you don't have to pay a fortune to do it. With average apartment prices ranging from $400 to $700 a month, you’ll have plenty of cash left over to get that jewel-encrusted crown you've always wanted.
In the world of amenities, the Horizon at Hillcrest rules all. With its own dog park, vegetable garden, clubhouse with fresh coffee, fitness center, playground, sparkling clean pool, and washer/dyers in every unit, it’s a community where the extra perks are well worth the price, which usually start around $635. Of course, there are apartments with the bare minimum of amenities available as well. In the $400 - $700 range, your list of amenities gets much shorter, though. The most common amenities for low-cost apartments are just a laundry room and some extra storage.
Bringing along your pets? No problem. There are lots of pet-friendly apartments around town, even some that allow multiple pets and large dogs (up to 90 pounds!). Expect to pay a pet deposit around $200, as well as a monthly pet rent of $25.
Oh, and have you noticed that river flowing through town (sarcasm alert)? Well, it floods. In fact, Bush had to declare the city a disaster area during the 2007 flood, when the waters washed out tons of businesses and homes. In a city like this, it is wise to check out the local flood zone map, keep an eye on the weather upriver, and tune in to a local radio station for flash flood alerts when driving through heavy rain. Make sure to snatch up renters insurance when it’s offered, too.
That's about all there is to it. Findlay is nice and simple. Good luck on the apartment hunt!