Finding Apartments for Rent in St. Cloud, MN
With a population of 66,000+, St. Cloud is the largest city in the central Minnesota area. The median age for the city is 28. St. Cloud also counts as a college town as it houses the St. Cloud State University.
Apartment space, style, level and amenities are all important factors in selecting the apartment that best meets your needs. But, the location of an apartment should rank near the top of your considerations of where to settle. St. Cloud Minnesota boasts:
- Diverse apartment and living styles
- Direct access to Interstate 94
- A variety of cultural and local attractions
- A vibrant and culturally diverse community
St.Cloud is a pass-through for four major roadways, which include an Interstate and three state highways. Interstate Route 94 runs through the southern areas of St. Cloud, while Route 10 runs through the northern areas of the city. Both routes provide straight-shot access to the Twin Cities' metropolitan area. Routes 15 and 23 also run through the city for access to major roadways and access to different parts of the city.
Cultural Activities in St. Cloud, MN
St. Cloud offers its residents and tourists year-round events, which include weekly summer concerts and winter light shows. During the winter, the St. Cloud downtown district lights up with the festivities of the holiday season, ending in St. Cloud's Annual Winter Nights & Lights Parade. The St. Paul summer is fraught with fun as residents can engage in an annual tough man competition, enjoy a wiffle ball world series (of sorts) and or recline and enjoy a film festival.
Some other cultural attractions in St. Cloud include:
- Paramount Theater and Visual Arts Center: A 1,000+-seat performing arts center originally built in 1921
- Quarry Park: A site of over 20 granite deposits as well as hiking, biking and skiing trails
- Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame: Minnesota takes deep pride in its baseball history, and enshrines its homage in St. Cloud
Dining in St. Cloud, MN
As a medium-sized city of approximately 65,000 residents, St. Cloud offers a variety of places to eat and satisfy a variety of different appetites. Come and take your choice of the, close to, 140 restaurants of St. Cloud.
Outdoor Activities in St. Cloud, MN
If you like parks, you will love St. Cloud. St. Cloud is home to 95 parks, most of which are small neighborhood parks. It's largest park is the Whitney Memorial Park. One fun fact about Whitney is that it is the former site of the St. Cloud Airport. St. Cloud also provides recreation for dogs, and their masters, with a dog park, and for softball and baseball recreational players with ball fields dotted throughout the city.
Weather in St. Cloud, MN
St. Cloud gets a healthy dose of all four seasons. A description of the phenomenon can be summed up in a tally of it's most extreme conditions:
- Highest temperature - 107 degrees Fahrenheit
- Lowest temperature - - 47 degrees Fahrenheit
- Record Snowfall - 47 inches (in one year)
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