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1000 Clausing Blvd
Seminole, OK
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Apartment Rentals in Seminole start at $750/month.
How much is rent in Seminole?
Apartment Rentals in Seminole start at $750/month.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Seminole 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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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Seminole. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Mid-America Christian University, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City University, Francis Tuttle Technology Center, and Metro Technology Centers.

City Guide

Seminole
Seminole, Oklahoma: The historical center of Central Oklahoma's oil boom.
Seminole, Oklahoma: The historical center of Central Oklahoma's oil boom.

Founded in 1906, the east-central Oklahoma town of Seminole was named after the Seminole Indians who lived in the region. The area saw a population boom in the early 20th century due to the discovery of oil in the area and was formally established as a city in 1924 -- at one point, 40,000 inhabited the town. Though the influx has since died down, the oil industry's legacy is still felt in and around town, as many of the supporting establishments have been left behind and intact, in full-swing operation to this day. If small-town delights and local character is your cup of tea, Seminole can be the perfect place to live. This is a quintessential small American town, brimming with the best that country living has to offer: family-owned establishments, mom-and-pop run diners, antique shops and community fundraising events are all typical of life in the town of Seminole.

Moving to Seminole

There is a lot of housing for rent in Seminole, with the majority being single-level ranch-style houses with large yards and backyards. Some newly constructed places to live in can also be found. There are also several apartment communities within the city limits in which one can find two-bedroom apartments for rent. If a single-family rental home is desired, it is advised that you start your home search well in advance of the desired relocation time frame, as most places to live are for sale or available on a rent-to-own basis. Looking for an apartment to rent can be easier with a week or two of advance preparation (researching the communities, contacting the complex, inquiring about vacancies, deciding on floor plan and pricing). Or heck, wing it. But don't say we didn't warn you!

With an average of 231 sunny days a year, clear skies are the norm year-round in Seminole -- rain or snow is not a typical hindrance in these parts. That being said, Oklahoma is situated in the heart of tornado alley, and one should be aware of concerns related to moving to this geographic region. Though tornadoes can appear year-round, spring season typically sees the majority of the activity, with the months of March and August being the peak of tornado season. One should try to avoid this time frame when planning their moving activities.

Moving to Seminole
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There is a lot of housing for rent in Seminole, with the majority being single-level ranch-style houses with large yards and backyards. Some newly constructed places to live in can also be found. There are also several apartment communities within the city limits in which one can find two-bedroom apartments for rent. If a single-family rental home is desired, it is advised that you start your home search well in advance of the desired relocation time frame, as most places to live are for sale or available on a rent-to-own basis. Looking for an apartment to rent can be easier with a week or two of advance preparation (researching the communities, contacting the complex, inquiring about vacancies, deciding on floor plan and pricing). Or heck, wing it. But don't say we didn't warn you!

With an average of 231 sunny days a year, clear skies are the norm year-round in Seminole -- rain or snow is not a typical hindrance in these parts. That being said, Oklahoma is situated in the heart of tornado alley, and one should be aware of concerns related to moving to this geographic region. Though tornadoes can appear year-round, spring season typically sees the majority of the activity, with the months of March and August being the peak of tornado season. One should try to avoid this time frame when planning their moving activities.

Neighborhoods in Seminole

The city of Seminole is not broken up into neighborhoods, as it is a smaller city with a relatively well-dispersed population of just over 7,400 residents. Seminole is bounded by West Wrangler Boulevard to the north, and N. Milt Phillips and Boren Boulevard to the east and west, respectively. Much of the city's commerce and establishments can be found in its northern parts, in the vicinity of West Wrangler Boulevard, including the Seminole Medical Center.

Apartments in Seminole

Courtyards: Located on West Wrangler Boulevard in the northwest corner of Seminole, the Courtyards features attractive one- and two-bedroom apartment floor plans. Head over to the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum to bring out the kid in you.

Winding Creek Apartments: This apartment community on North Harvey Road features one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with amenities like high-speed Internet, covered parking, walk-in closets and a community clubhouse for residents.

Hillcrest Apartments: Located near the Seminole Municipal Country Club are the Hillcrest Apartments -- an apartment community in the midst of spacious, open lanes and green rolling hills. Studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans are available in this complex.

Neighborhoods in Seminole
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The city of Seminole is not broken up into neighborhoods, as it is a smaller city with a relatively well-dispersed population of just over 7,400 residents. Seminole is bounded by West Wrangler Boulevard to the north, and N. Milt Phillips and Boren Boulevard to the east and west, respectively. Much of the city's commerce and establishments can be found in its northern parts, in the vicinity of West Wrangler Boulevard, including the Seminole Medical Center.

Apartments in Seminole

Courtyards: Located on West Wrangler Boulevard in the northwest corner of Seminole, the Courtyards features attractive one- and two-bedroom apartment floor plans. Head over to the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum to bring out the kid in you.

Winding Creek Apartments: This apartment community on North Harvey Road features one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with amenities like high-speed Internet, covered parking, walk-in closets and a community clubhouse for residents.

Hillcrest Apartments: Located near the Seminole Municipal Country Club are the Hillcrest Apartments -- an apartment community in the midst of spacious, open lanes and green rolling hills. Studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans are available in this complex.

Living in Seminole

Seminole is the epitome of small-town life yet manages to maintain many qualities and conveniences of a larger metropolitan area, such as the presence of a sizable medical center within its city limits. A broad range of activities are enjoyed by local residents, including golfing, boating and horseback riding, among others. The Jimmie Austin Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation course available to the general public, while the Seminole Municipal Country Club features golfing facilities, as well as other activities. Several museums are located in the city, including the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum -- a popular institution of education and exploration -- and the The Oklahoma Oil Museum where visitors can learn more about Seminole's historical roots in the oil industry. For an escape into the great outdoors, both Sportsman Lake and Magnolia Lake offer boating, camping, fishing and picnicking -- it's the perfect place to cool down on one of those warmer summer days.

If one wishes to escape the charmed, small-town life of Seminole for a day, they are in easy reach of the amenities and entertainment options of the big city. Oklahoma City is only an hour away from Seminole, while Tulsa is a little over an hour's drive to the east, so you're never too far away from the hustle and bustle of big-city living.

Living in Seminole
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Seminole is the epitome of small-town life yet manages to maintain many qualities and conveniences of a larger metropolitan area, such as the presence of a sizable medical center within its city limits. A broad range of activities are enjoyed by local residents, including golfing, boating and horseback riding, among others. The Jimmie Austin Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation course available to the general public, while the Seminole Municipal Country Club features golfing facilities, as well as other activities. Several museums are located in the city, including the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum -- a popular institution of education and exploration -- and the The Oklahoma Oil Museum where visitors can learn more about Seminole's historical roots in the oil industry. For an escape into the great outdoors, both Sportsman Lake and Magnolia Lake offer boating, camping, fishing and picnicking -- it's the perfect place to cool down on one of those warmer summer days.

If one wishes to escape the charmed, small-town life of Seminole for a day, they are in easy reach of the amenities and entertainment options of the big city. Oklahoma City is only an hour away from Seminole, while Tulsa is a little over an hour's drive to the east, so you're never too far away from the hustle and bustle of big-city living.

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City Guide

Seminole
Seminole, Oklahoma: The historical center of Central Oklahoma's oil boom.
Seminole, Oklahoma: The historical center of Central Oklahoma's oil boom.

Founded in 1906, the east-central Oklahoma town of Seminole was named after the Seminole Indians who lived in the region. The area saw a population boom in the early 20th century due to the discovery of oil in the area and was formally established as a city in 1924 -- at one point, 40,000 inhabited the town. Though the influx has since died down, the oil industry's legacy is still felt in and around town, as many of the supporting establishments have been left behind and intact, in full-swing operation to this day. If small-town delights and local character is your cup of tea, Seminole can be the perfect place to live. This is a quintessential small American town, brimming with the best that country living has to offer: family-owned establishments, mom-and-pop run diners, antique shops and community fundraising events are all typical of life in the town of Seminole.

Moving to Seminole

There is a lot of housing for rent in Seminole, with the majority being single-level ranch-style houses with large yards and backyards. Some newly constructed places to live in can also be found. There are also several apartment communities within the city limits in which one can find two-bedroom apartments for rent. If a single-family rental home is desired, it is advised that you start your home search well in advance of the desired relocation time frame, as most places to live are for sale or available on a rent-to-own basis. Looking for an apartment to rent can be easier with a week or two of advance preparation (researching the communities, contacting the complex, inquiring about vacancies, deciding on floor plan and pricing). Or heck, wing it. But don't say we didn't warn you!

With an average of 231 sunny days a year, clear skies are the norm year-round in Seminole -- rain or snow is not a typical hindrance in these parts. That being said, Oklahoma is situated in the heart of tornado alley, and one should be aware of concerns related to moving to this geographic region. Though tornadoes can appear year-round, spring season typically sees the majority of the activity, with the months of March and August being the peak of tornado season. One should try to avoid this time frame when planning their moving activities.

Moving to Seminole
+

There is a lot of housing for rent in Seminole, with the majority being single-level ranch-style houses with large yards and backyards. Some newly constructed places to live in can also be found. There are also several apartment communities within the city limits in which one can find two-bedroom apartments for rent. If a single-family rental home is desired, it is advised that you start your home search well in advance of the desired relocation time frame, as most places to live are for sale or available on a rent-to-own basis. Looking for an apartment to rent can be easier with a week or two of advance preparation (researching the communities, contacting the complex, inquiring about vacancies, deciding on floor plan and pricing). Or heck, wing it. But don't say we didn't warn you!

With an average of 231 sunny days a year, clear skies are the norm year-round in Seminole -- rain or snow is not a typical hindrance in these parts. That being said, Oklahoma is situated in the heart of tornado alley, and one should be aware of concerns related to moving to this geographic region. Though tornadoes can appear year-round, spring season typically sees the majority of the activity, with the months of March and August being the peak of tornado season. One should try to avoid this time frame when planning their moving activities.

Neighborhoods in Seminole

The city of Seminole is not broken up into neighborhoods, as it is a smaller city with a relatively well-dispersed population of just over 7,400 residents. Seminole is bounded by West Wrangler Boulevard to the north, and N. Milt Phillips and Boren Boulevard to the east and west, respectively. Much of the city's commerce and establishments can be found in its northern parts, in the vicinity of West Wrangler Boulevard, including the Seminole Medical Center.

Apartments in Seminole

Courtyards: Located on West Wrangler Boulevard in the northwest corner of Seminole, the Courtyards features attractive one- and two-bedroom apartment floor plans. Head over to the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum to bring out the kid in you.

Winding Creek Apartments: This apartment community on North Harvey Road features one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with amenities like high-speed Internet, covered parking, walk-in closets and a community clubhouse for residents.

Hillcrest Apartments: Located near the Seminole Municipal Country Club are the Hillcrest Apartments -- an apartment community in the midst of spacious, open lanes and green rolling hills. Studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans are available in this complex.

Neighborhoods in Seminole
+

The city of Seminole is not broken up into neighborhoods, as it is a smaller city with a relatively well-dispersed population of just over 7,400 residents. Seminole is bounded by West Wrangler Boulevard to the north, and N. Milt Phillips and Boren Boulevard to the east and west, respectively. Much of the city's commerce and establishments can be found in its northern parts, in the vicinity of West Wrangler Boulevard, including the Seminole Medical Center.

Apartments in Seminole

Courtyards: Located on West Wrangler Boulevard in the northwest corner of Seminole, the Courtyards features attractive one- and two-bedroom apartment floor plans. Head over to the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum to bring out the kid in you.

Winding Creek Apartments: This apartment community on North Harvey Road features one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with amenities like high-speed Internet, covered parking, walk-in closets and a community clubhouse for residents.

Hillcrest Apartments: Located near the Seminole Municipal Country Club are the Hillcrest Apartments -- an apartment community in the midst of spacious, open lanes and green rolling hills. Studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans are available in this complex.

Living in Seminole

Seminole is the epitome of small-town life yet manages to maintain many qualities and conveniences of a larger metropolitan area, such as the presence of a sizable medical center within its city limits. A broad range of activities are enjoyed by local residents, including golfing, boating and horseback riding, among others. The Jimmie Austin Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation course available to the general public, while the Seminole Municipal Country Club features golfing facilities, as well as other activities. Several museums are located in the city, including the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum -- a popular institution of education and exploration -- and the The Oklahoma Oil Museum where visitors can learn more about Seminole's historical roots in the oil industry. For an escape into the great outdoors, both Sportsman Lake and Magnolia Lake offer boating, camping, fishing and picnicking -- it's the perfect place to cool down on one of those warmer summer days.

If one wishes to escape the charmed, small-town life of Seminole for a day, they are in easy reach of the amenities and entertainment options of the big city. Oklahoma City is only an hour away from Seminole, while Tulsa is a little over an hour's drive to the east, so you're never too far away from the hustle and bustle of big-city living.

Living in Seminole
+

Seminole is the epitome of small-town life yet manages to maintain many qualities and conveniences of a larger metropolitan area, such as the presence of a sizable medical center within its city limits. A broad range of activities are enjoyed by local residents, including golfing, boating and horseback riding, among others. The Jimmie Austin Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation course available to the general public, while the Seminole Municipal Country Club features golfing facilities, as well as other activities. Several museums are located in the city, including the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum -- a popular institution of education and exploration -- and the The Oklahoma Oil Museum where visitors can learn more about Seminole's historical roots in the oil industry. For an escape into the great outdoors, both Sportsman Lake and Magnolia Lake offer boating, camping, fishing and picnicking -- it's the perfect place to cool down on one of those warmer summer days.

If one wishes to escape the charmed, small-town life of Seminole for a day, they are in easy reach of the amenities and entertainment options of the big city. Oklahoma City is only an hour away from Seminole, while Tulsa is a little over an hour's drive to the east, so you're never too far away from the hustle and bustle of big-city living.