If you're looking for Jacksonville houses for rent, you're moving to a city with the youngest population in the United States, according to a 2006 Money Magazine survey. With an average age of 22.9 years, Jacksonville's youthful presence is mostly because it is home to the United States Marine Corps' Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River, though it is also a place for varied events, culture and outdoor recreation.
Parks & Recreation
Jacksonville offers its residents a variety of parks, including activity parks, ball fields, tennis courts and community facilities. In Northeast Creek Park, you'll find an 18-hole disc golf course with challenging terrains and angles, and Skateboard Park offers skateboarders a low-cost opportunity to do what they do best. Cyclists and runners will love the system of trails and greenways located outside Jacksonville houses for rent, and seasoned athletes and beginners alike can find something to do at Jacksonville Commons Complex, which offers a gymnasium, concession stand and outdoor volleyball and basketball courts. The coast of the Atlantic Ocean is just a few miles away from Jacksonville houses for rent, as is Croatan National Forest, which has several lakes.
If it's arts and culture you crave, the Jacksonville Arts Council keeps rental house residents on their toes. In addition to regular exhibitions at the Bradford Baysden Gallery, the Arts Council offers monthly festivals, such as the Spring Craft Fair and Car Show, ARTragious Art Show and the Red, White and Blue Tour presented by the North Carolina Symphony.
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