Last updated August 20 2019 at 5:51 AM

7 Apartments for rent in Gillette, WY

Last updated August 20 at 06:38am
10 Units Available
Mountain View Apartments
2404 Foothills Blvd, Gillette, WY
1 Bedroom
734 sqft
2 Bedrooms
915 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Pet-friendly community offers basketball court, kickboxing studio, playground and laundry center. Air conditioning and extra storage in units. A half mile from Overlook Park. Proximity to I-90 great for commuters.
Last updated August 19 at 02:18pm
3 Units Available
College Park
224 College Park Cir, Gillette, WY
2 Bedrooms
1125 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Live, work, play, and study youll discover its all just a heartbeat away when you make College Park your new home.
Last updated August 20 at 09:53am
1 Unit Available
2852 Castle Pines
2852 Castle Pines Dr, Gillette, WY
4 Bedrooms
- No Pets Allowed (RLNE4972297)
Last updated August 20 at 09:53am
1 Unit Available
700 Kiowa
700 Kiowa Ave, Gillette, WY
2 Bedrooms
- (RLNE4904159)
Last updated August 20 at 09:53am
1 Unit Available
120 West Hills Loop
120 Westhills Loop, Gillette, WY
3 Bedrooms
3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Townhouse For Rent With A 1 Car Garage. - 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Townhouse For Rent With A 1 Car Garage Backyard And Is Near An Elementary School. Tenant pays utilities. Pets Negotiable.
Last updated August 20 at 09:53am
1 Unit Available
3332 Georgia Cir #7
3332 Georgia Cir, Gillette, WY
2 Bedrooms
- (RLNE4416026)
Last updated August 20 at 09:53am
1 Unit Available
3711 Miranda Ave
3711 Miranda Avenue, Gillette, WY
3 Bedrooms
1477 sqft
3711 Miranda Ave Available 09/01/19 - No Cats Allowed (RLNE4080769)
City GuideGillette
You'll find plentiful outdoor activities, a commitment to the visual arts, and a huge modern multi-use entertainment center.
Rentals in Gillette

Thanks to the influx of residents, there are a fair number of apartments for rent in Gillette. Vacancy rates hover at near 10% and the median rental rate per month helps create a pretty favorable cost of living for residents.

Breaking Down Gillette's Neighborhoods

Even small towns have distinct residential divisions and local cultural differences. Here's a quick rundown on Gillette's six major neighborhoods:

Antelope Valley/Crestview: Has (relatively) established homes and pleasing stability.

Rockypoint/Westona: This is a constantly developing area, so most of the homes are less than 15 years old. You'll find a lot of mobile homes. The average monthly rental rates make it one of the city's most popular places to live.

Echeta Road/Foothills Boulevard: This working neighborhood features a plethora of vacant homes.

Wyodak/Collins Heights: Bordering the city's lone country club, this neighborhood is made up of medium-sized tract homes and is a great place for leisurely strolls, bird watching, and collecting stray golf balls.

Overdale Drive/Clarion Drive: You'll find a mix of townhouses, detached dwellings, and duplexes for rent.

Gillette City Center: Living in the heart of town has its advantages, including proximity to shopping, dining, and a load of local hangouts. The population tends to wax and wane a bit seasonally, but the overall vibe is dynamic and friendly.

Gillette Attractions

By far the biggest draw in Gillette is the CAM-PLEX event facility. Sprawling over 1,100 acres, the complex features a theater, outdoor and covered arenas, event centers, pavilions, RV parks, and even an NHL-sized ice rink. Catch a concert, enjoy a rodeo, marvel at a motorcycle rally, or chomp on some cotton candy at the county fair. The CAM-PLEX is a marvel for a town this size.

Fancy some amazing outdoor sights? Hop in the car and explore the expansive Wyoming countryside. Enjoy the vast mountains, savannas, and stunning geologic formations as you whiz your way towards one of region's amazing destinations. In just over a couple of hours you can reach Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park, Ayers Natural Bridge, and the Keyhole Reservoir. A couple of more hours will get you to geysers, boiling springs, and hungry bears at Yellowstone National Park.