Las Vegas City Guide
There are 66 self storage units in Las Vegas, NV in a 15 mile radius to choose from with over 66 units available for rent
Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $1.08. This is 7.70% higher with $0.08 net increase in cost per square foot. You'll be paying more in medium to large cities as storage prices are generally higher in densely populated areas.
Choose from multiple self storage facilities in Las Vegas including:
If storage near Las Vegas, Nevada is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 2 nearby cities including Henderson, North Las Vegas.
We also have specialized storage to choose from in Las Vegas. If you require a climate controlled unit where temperature and humidity are important, please check out our Las Vegas, NV Climate Controlled Storage, page. If you need to store a boat, car, or RV near Las Vegas, NV, please visit our Las Vegas, NV Vehicle Storage page.
Las Vegas, Nevada is so much more than just a city full of gambling. It’s also a world record breaker on several counts: highest commercial decelerator descent (i.e. leaping off the Stratosphere Tower at SkyJump), most hotel rooms in one intersection (four hotels with a total of 14,762 rooms), and most amount of pennies lost on one slot machine (no stats, but sounds about right).
With a population of 603,488, 310 days of mostly dry, hot sunshine, and a distinct lack of tornados, it’s an ideal place to live and is considered a family-friendly town. Hard to believe about a place called Sin City, but in fact there are plenty of things to do that don’t involve sinning. You can go hiking in The Valley of Fire, you can enjoy some classical music at the Las Vegas Philharmonic, and you can go ogle the Hoover Dam at the Lake Mead reservoir.
If you’ve lost everything you own at the craps table, not to worry—you can stash your belongings in a secure self storage facility before the casino mob comes to collect. There’s a perfect-sized unit for all your stuff, including climate-controlled for your paint-by-numbers Van Gogh and powder blue tuxedo, and indoor car storage units for your ’67 Camaro SS and 3-wheeled All-Terrain Cycle.
If you enjoy the Las Vegas lifestyle but simply haven’t got any cash left, you can still visit the Neon Museum or the Mob Museum, check out the downtown arts district on the first Friday of the month, or go to the Mormon State Historic Park and learn about “plural marriage.” You may also enjoy checking out the remains of the Moulin Rouge Hotel and Casino—the hotel went bankrupt, suffered through four fires, and was finally demolished—which was the first desegregated hotel in the country.
For those with a knack for gambling, a self-storage unit comes in mighty handy when you don’t want to declare your gazillions of nickels and hiding them under the mattress has become too uncomfortable.