Pleasant Prairie Apartments for Rent
Search Apartments in Pleasant Prairie
"The site is awesome! Very clear to read and the interactive map feature makes things much simpler." - Pleasant Prairie,WI
Popular Pleasant Prairie Apartments
Gurnee, Illinois, 60031
1 Bedroom$770 - $865
2 Bedrooms$915 - $1,065
Waukegan, Illinois, 60087
Studio/1 BedroomUp to $855
2 BedroomsUp to $1,085
Lake Villa, Illinois, 60046
1 Bedroom$980 - $1,235
2 Bedrooms$1,114 - $1,561
Grayslake, Illinois, 60030
1 Bedroom$875 - $895
2 Bedrooms$950 - $995
Pleasant Prairie Apartments Info
Find Apartments in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
Finding a charming new apartment in Pleasant Prairie is a snap, you can find wonderful park views or pet friendly apartments available in a variety of different neighborhoods all over the city. Excited to start looking for your new Pleasant Prairie apartment? Be sure to read on for the inside story about finding that perfect place, both here or on our apartment guide.
Want the inside scoop on Pleasant Prairie? Check out our Pleasant Prairie Local Talk for local tips and information about Pleasant Prairie. You can also get answers to your Pleasant Prairie questions from our local experts by using the "Ask a Question" feature.
Wonderful Apartments in Pleasant Prairie
Had enough of the big city? Is that view of the freeway growing old? Rent an apartment in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, and set your sights on smog–free beauty. According to the village’s official website, Pleasant Prairie is home to the “finest quality natural and scientific prairie sites in the upper Midwest.” Whether you come for the gorgeous scenery or because you’ve had enough of the potholes and pigeons, you’ll love living here. Open your eyes to a great living situation (and plenty of wildflowers) and rent an apartment in Pleasant Prairie. So long, concrete jungle!
Want to find out more about Pleasant Prairie Elementary? Check out our LocalTalk for information about the Kenosha Unified School District. Looking for an apartment in Carol Beach? Talk to our local experts by using the ""Ask a Question"" feature and find out what it’s like to live in this aptly named village.
Looking for Pleasant Prairie Rental Rates?
Are you looking for a spacious three bedroom apartment so you can find a few roommates and have someone to do the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon with? Perhaps you’re looking for a sleek one bedroom that’s walking distance from Ruffolo III so you can grab a pizza whenever you’d like. Whatever apartment you’re after, we’re here to help you find it. If you’re wondering how much you can expect to spend on an apartment in Pleasant Prairie, just take a look at the rent table. It has the latest average rates on one, two, and three bedroom units. Read on to learn more about life in Pleasant Prairie, and be sure to read The Village and be an informed Pleasant Prairian!
Rent one of Pleasant Prairie’s fine apartments and you’ll be one with everything. According to the city’s official website, Pleasant Prairie is a “well-planned municipality that represents a harmonious balance between residential, commercial, manufacturing, conservancy, and agricultural land uses.” Whether you’re here to work at a sweet new job or you just want to make sure your kids are educated enough to know that the Boston Tea Party was not some Saturday afternoon get-together, you'll find Pleasant Prairie to be rental nirvana. Speaking of great jobs, Pleasant Prairie is actually Wisconsin’s fifth-largest manufacturing municipality. Corporations like Snap-on Tools, Volkswagen, and Yamaha have facilities in the village and the PrairieWood Corporate Park boasts more than 7,500 employees in over 75 different businesses. Should you need help putting together a TV stand in your new apartment, one of Pleasant Prairie’s 16,000 friendly residents is sure to help. With great jobs and a thriving community, this certainly is a great place to live. Escape the cycle of rental suffering and get an apartment in Pleasant Prairie.
Fishing, Fireworks, and More
History factoid: the area located at 104th Avenue and Bain Station Road was once known as Tar Corners because a group of angry villagers tarred and feathered a thief here. While Pleasant Prairie is much safer and more civilized today, the community is just as wild and raucous as it was in the old days. Today, Pleasant Prairie offers tar-free community events throughout the year. Take Prairie Family Days, for instance. With bingo, a craft fair, magic, live music, fireworks, and more, Prairie Family Days will certainly get you off the couch and away from reality TV for a few days. For a real taste of reality, you ought to attend WinterFest as well. Take part in the chili cook-off or try your hand at ice fishing. Whether you prefer your entertainment hot or blisteringly cold, you’ll have a good time at WinterFest. These two events are just a sample of the good times planned in Pleasant Prairie. Rent one of Pleasant Prairie’s fine apartments and go wild. No tar or feathers required (or recommended).
A Great Place to Play
According to its website, Pleasant Prairie is a ""Great Place to Live, Work, and Play."" Once you’ve clocked out of work and finished unpacking the groceries, you’ll have a lot more to do here than play Scrabble online with some random guy in Argentina. The village’s parks and recreational facilities will get you off the laptop and keep you fit and entertained all year. Prairie Springs Park, “home of America's largest municipal-owned recreation center,” is a great place to go whether you’re in the mood for a hike on the park’s 2.3 mile paved trail or for showing off your fancy footwork on one of seven soccer fields. Whichever park or recreation center you visit, you’re sure to get your much-needed “play” time in. Besides, it sure beats all those times you’d inevitably end up with nothing but vowels in your tile rack.
Rent Apartments Near Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
Check out these great communities and cities near Pleasant Prairie for apartments for rent:
Map & Local Information
Get answers about Pleasant Prairie from local experts or tell us what you love about it.
Why should I move to Pleasant Prairie?
With a population of nearly 20,000, Pleasant Prairie is a village in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. With an overall crime rate of 18 per 1,000 residents, Pleasant Prairie has a combined rate of violent and property crime that is very low compared to other places of similar population size. For families with children, Pleasant Prairie also has an excellent elementary school called Bristol Elementary. Located between 40 minutes south of Milwaukee and an hour north of Chicago, Pleasant Prairie is a great place for those that work in either city but prefer to live in a smaller, more manageable place.
Is Pleasant Prairie a family friendly town?
Pleasant Prairie is a moderately family-friendly city. With 21 crimes per 1,000 residents and a population of about 20,000, Pleasant Prairie's crime rate is noticeably lower than the average when compared to other communities of similar population size. As far as public education is concerned, however, which is primarily provided by the Kenosha Unified School District, Pleasant Prairie doesn't fare quite so well. With 44 schools serving about 23,000 students, this district was rated better than 8.3 percent of school districts in Wisconsin and 50.9 percent of school districts in the country.
Is Pleasant Prairie a good place for younger people?
No, Pleasant Prairie isn't a very good place for younger people, or at least those looking for an active social life. As a village in Kenosha County, Wisconsin with a population of about 20,000, Pleasant Prairie is a better place for families than younger folk. Its attributes include a good school system, a low crime rate, and a high rate of home ownership, all of which tend to bode well for parents with children. Along with those characteristics, however, comes amenities geared towards that demographic, and it makes it difficult to meet other younger people. Still, Pleasant Prairie is not too far from Kenosha, the biggest city in the immediate vicinity, as well as an hour north of Chicago and 45 minutes south of Milwaukee.