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The ninth largest city in Arkansas, Pine Bluff is big enough, but not too big. A big attraction in Pine Bluff is its proximity to nature. Here you'll find plenty of streams, creeks and bayous, including Bayou Bartholomew, the longest bayou in the world, as well as being the second most diverse stream in the US. You can also find the Arkansas River, Lake Langhofer, and Lake Saracen if you want to do a little boating or fishing during your time in Arkansas. The somewhat spread-out nature of Pine Bluff really lets the nature in, and it's hard to walk two blocks without seeing any green.

Finding an Apartment for Rent in Pine Bluff, AR

CNN has cited Pine Bluff as one of the most rapidly shrinking cities in the US and the city is seeing some economic decline because of that. The good news is that this means there are apartments opening up all the time, and it's a buyer's market. Many moving to Pine Bluff are concerned about the crime rates in some neighborhoods, so it may be a good idea to take advantage of these newly vacant apartments and find a nice apartment in a good neighborhood for a lower-than-average cost. 

Top Neighborhoods in Pine Bluff, AR

Neighborhoods like Watson Chapel, Pinebergen and West End are indeed quite safe. Remember that a city's crime rate is averaged from both its best and worst neighborhoods, and while there are some areas that you'll want to avoid, areas like South Olive Street and Sulphur Springs are very safe and very beautiful. The farmland and wooded acres provide an opportunity for rural living in proximity to the city, and you'll find some very pleasant people in areas like Leitner and Warbritton. Keep an eye open for affordable apartments in these neighborhoods.

Weather in Pine Bluff, AR

Pine Bluff is in Arkansas, and that means humidity. However, it's not always sweltering heat. The summers can get pretty hot, reaching average highs in the 90's, but in the fall, spring and winter, the weather can be surprisingly mild, with an average annual high of 73 F and an average low of 51 F. All things considered, that's not bad for Arkansas weather. That said, it's a good thing that there's a little bit of room to breathe, given Pine Bluff's population density of around 1,200 people per square mile, as you're going to want a little bit of wide open space to stretch and chill out come August.

Dining in Pine Bluff, AR

Pine Bluff is surrounded by beautiful farmland, which means fresh food. The Mississippi river runs through Arkansas, which means fresh seafood, as well. Arkansas is in the South, which means some of the best barbecue and soul food you'll ever have. If you're a foodie, there's no better place to be than Arkansas. Explore the restaurants of Pine Bluff at your leisure, but do not spend your first month in Pine Bluff without checking out the amazing Lake Saracen Farmer's Market.

Cultural Attractions in Pine Bluff, AR

Pine Bluff is quieter than it used to be, but it still maintains a rich history and culture all its own. The Pine Bluff Film Festival is one of the city's major cultural ventures, aiming to restore the old Saenger Theater by hosting classic film screenings. The Arkansas Railroad Museum is a great attraction to check out if you like trains, or just American history in general. Here you can learn quite a bit about the railways that run through Arkansas.

Pine Bluff has seen its share of economic struggle, but it remains a beautiful, intriguing little city with a rich history and distinctive character. If you find a good apartment in Pine Bluff, it's simply a great place to live while you explore Arkansas culture, from soul food to blues and country music as well as the history of the Mississippi River. Pine Bluff may not be a rich city, but it's rich with character.


Rent Trends

As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Pine Bluff, AR is $444 for a studio, $517 for one bedroom, $619 for two bedrooms, and $676 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Pine Bluff has increased by 2.4% in the past year.

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Sunset Village
2611 W 34th Ave, Pine Bluff, AR 71603
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2401 W 31st Ave, Pine Bluff, AR 71603
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Pine Bluff, AR 71601
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200 W 26th Ave
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
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Camden Pointe
4208 Camden Rd, Pine Bluff, AR 71603
$725 2 Bed Available Now
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Seasons Apartments
301 W 33rd Ave, Pine Bluff, AR 71603
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