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Ringwood, Illinois, 60072
Hoffman Estates, Illinois, 60169
Studio/1 BedroomUp to $1,210
2 BedroomsUp to $1,400
3 BedroomsUp to $1,655
Gurnee, Illinois, 60031
1 Bedroom$770 - $865
2 Bedrooms$915 - $1,065
Rolling Meadows, Illinois, 60008
1 Bedroom$1,044 - $1,717
2 Bedrooms$1,349 - $2,567
3 Bedrooms$1,789 - $4,014
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If you are a couple and seeking a new place, among Ringwood's charming and far flung neighborhoods you will find the ideal apartment for you and your family. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Ringwood, your new city!
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Surrounded by a Circle of Forestland
If you're hoping to move to a small town that's surrounded by nature and far removed from the hustle and bustle of city life, you may find just what you're looking for in Ringwood, Illinois. This is a small town by any measure. There are only around 500 people who live here.
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Ringwood Apartment Trends
Moving to a small, rural town means you may have to keep an eye out for an apartment for a while before you find one. With under 500 people in town, there aren't many apartments to begin with in Ringwood. Couple that with the fact that most people who move into town stick around for a while and apartments become a scarce commodity. Check out the table above to see what apartments are currently renting for in Ringwood.
Enjoying the Abundance of Nature
Located far to the north in Illinois, Ringwood is a great town to live in if you love exploring woods, marshes, and other natural areas. Though there aren't any parks within the city limits, renters don't need to drive far to find some of the best nature parks and preserves in the state. To the northeast, Turner Lake Fen Nature Preserve gives renters a taste of untouched Illinois forest and marsh land. The park is perfect for backcountry hiking in the summer and cross country skiing in the winter. To the southeast, Moraine Hills State Park is the perfect place to spend the day fishing or canoeing out on the lake. Just around town, a couple of county parks give renters from Ringwood a place to play sports or to hang upside down on the monkey bars with the kids.
Go, Team, Go!
Like most people in Chicago, the residents of Ringwood are avid (so avid they border on rabid) sports fans. Surprisingly, there aren't any professional sports teams in town. Renters will have to make due catching a game on a neighbor's big screen TV in between visits to Chicago. Though it's a bit of a trek, true Bears, Bulls, Cubs, Sox, Blackhawks, and Fire fans wouldn't bat an eye at driving the hour and half into the city to see one of the home games in person. Renters can make a whole day of it by planning on hitting up a tailgating party and then hitting the bars for a drink with other fans.
A Cultural Affair
In order to enjoy a day at a museum or a night out at the theater, renters from Ringwood will need to head down to Chicago. There are dozens of museums (including those that display fine art, historically significant artifacts, and even those that specialize in the kitsch) to visit, many of which offer residents of the area free visits from time to time. Over 200 different theaters make it possible for renters driving down from Ringwood to find a show that suits their tastes any day of the year. In between a day at the museum and a night at the theater, renters should be sure to set aside some time for a fantastic dinner. Sure, the deep dish pizza and hot dogs are great but you can get those anywhere in the state (and neither pair too well with Monet or Mozart).
A Night in with the Neighbors
Things are usually pretty quiet around Ringwood. There aren't too many bars or restaurants in the area, though the locals can hit up the Rusty Nail Bar and Grill for a bite to eat or a drink with a couple of friends. Most of the time, residents gather with friends at one or another's apartment. Move into your new pad in Ringwood and invite the neighbors over for a housewarming party. You’re likely to make friend fast in this friendly Illinois community.
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Does Ringwood have any famous museums or exhibitions?
Although Ringwood isn't home to any museums or exhibitions, there are several in neighboring towns. These include Ingleside's Art Works Children's Museum, Volo's Volo Auto Museum, and Wacounda's Lake County Discovery Museum. The best-known museums in the area are located 60 miles southeast in Chicago. Chicago is home to the Museum Campus, a 10-acre lakefront park surrounding three of the city's main museums: the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Shedd Aquarium. Other museums and galleries in Chicago include the Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Chicago Oriental Institute, the Chicago History Museum, the DuSable Museum of African American History, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Polish Museum of America, the Museum of Broadcast Communications, and the Museum of Science and Industry.
Why should I move to Ringwood?
With a population of about 800, Ringwood is a village in McHenry County, Illinois. As an extremely small community, Ringwood is a great place for those that seek a very quiet, tight-knit place to live. It's a full hour and a half from the nearest major city, Chicago, so it's best for people that appreciate the country life and don't need to commute to the city for work. In an area full of parks and lakes, Ringwood is also a great place for those that enjoy the outdoors.
Is Ringwood pet friendly?
Despite not being home to any designated off-leash dog areas, Ringwood is pretty pet-friendly. There are several large parks in the area that are great for spending time outdoors with pets, including Glacial County Park to the north and Harrison-Benwell County Park to the south. Spanning over 2,000 acres in Ringwood, the former has miles of hiking trails. There is also a string of nature preserves around a chain of lakes to the east, including Turner Lake Fen Nature Preserve, Weingart Road Sedge Meadow Nature Preserve, and Pistakee Bog Nature Preserve.