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Space to Move and Neighbors Too Sure, you’ve heard of Craigslist, but how about Craigs Camp? No? Why that was the original name of present-day Burlington, Kentucky. Burlington, which adopted its current name around 1716, is the county seat of Boone County, Kentucky. Despite holding such a prominent county position, the city boasts a population of only 10,779 as of the 2000 census. Whether you’re escaping the big city for some more breathing room or want to actually get to know your neighbors, you’ll enjoy your stay in Burlington. With many great apartments for rent, you’ll also be sure to enjoy it in comfort and style. Burlington is a jewel in the crown of Boone County, and according to its official website “the county's geographical diversity provides an excellent quality of life.” Fishing, Fido and Flowers Burlington’s a great place to work out and enjoy nature. With all that breathing room, why not leave your beautiful new apartment and enjoy the fresh air? With the abundance of parks Burlington has to offer, fresh air and recreation are never in short supply. Got a fishing pole and a few hours to blow? Stop by the 290 acre England-Idlewild Park and take advantage of its three fishing pounds, stocked with catfish and bluegill. While you’re there, why not play a game of baseball or let Fido run wild at the adjacent Boone County Dog Park. If that’s not enough for you, how about taking your boat out on Camp Ernst Lake? Brave and own a pair of hiking books? Hit the moderate-to-difficult trails at Middle Creek Park. If you’re a scaredy cat, you can take a casual stroll and enjoy the park’s 230 acres of wildflowers and forest, as well. Burlington also boasts the 24 hour gym Anytime Fitness and The Golf Ranch, open year-round and offering an 8,000 square foot putting green. No matter which of Burlington’s beautiful apartments you rent, you’re within a short distance from a great recreational experience. Shakespeare, Swing and Antiquing Whether you’re into “Macbeth” or “Monsters, Inc.,” Burlington, Kentucky has an entertaining community event for you. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet your new neighbors if you attend one of Burlington’s concerts, movie nights, and shows. Boone Woods Park is the site of many of Burlington’s community events. Dying for some “Romeo and Juliet”? Check out a Shakespeare in the Park event performed by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. Free on a summer Friday? Bring the blanket, some candy, and the family down for a Family Movie Night. Got a thing for swing? Check out a Concert at Creekside event during the summer. Looking for some antiques for your new apartment? Pick up an old Coca-Cola sign or vintage movie poster at the Burlington Antique Show. According to its website, the show is “the Midwest’s premier antiques and vintage collectibles only show.” With more than 200 antique dealers on-site, you’ll be an “American Picker” in no time. Rent one of Burlington’s apartments and enjoy year-round entertainment.