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15 reviews

Storage Oklahoma #4 -

3401 South I-35 Service Road Oklahoma City, OK 73129 Oklahoma City OK 73129 | 3.00 miles away
9 reviews

Shepherd Self Storage

3000 N Villa Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73107 Oklahoma City OK 73107 | 3.10 miles away
13 reviews

Reno Avenue Storage - Dell City

3150 East Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73117 Oklahoma City OK 73117 | 3.30 miles away
9 reviews

Willow Springs Boat Storage

4131 Northwest 23rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73107 Oklahoma City OK 73107 | 4.70 miles away
4 reviews

16th Street Storage

4515 Northwest 16th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73127 Oklahoma City OK 73127 | 5.00 miles away

North Shartel Storage

6900 North Shartel Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73116 Oklahoma City OK 73116 | 5.10 miles away

A & W Storage

4900 South Sunnylane Road Oklahoma City, OK 73135 Oklahoma City OK 73135 | 5.50 miles away
13 reviews

U-Stor SE 29th

5009 Southeast 29th Street Del City, OK 73115 Del City OK 73115 | 5.50 miles away
4 reviews

I-240 Storage

2250 West Interstate 240 Service Road Oklahoma City, OK 73159 Oklahoma City OK 73159 | 5.70 miles away

Simply Self Storage - Nichols Hills

2900 Northwest Grand Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73116 Oklahoma City OK 73116 | 6.10 miles away

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Everything You Need to Know About Finding Self Storage in Oklahoma City, OK

There are 80 self storage units in Oklahoma City, OK in a 15 mile radius to choose from with over 80 units available for rent

Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $0.82. This is 17.72% lower with $0.18 net savings in price. You generally save money where cost of living is cheaper than the national average or higher number of storage facilities wanting your business.

Choose from multiple self storage facilities in Oklahoma City including:

If storage near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 14 nearby cities including Bethany, Choctaw, Del City, Edmond, Jones, Midwest City, Moore, Mustang, Newcastle, Norman, Spencer, Tuttle, Warr Acres, Yukon.

We also have specialized storage to choose from in Oklahoma City. If you require a climate controlled unit where temperature and humidity are important, please check out our Oklahoma City, OK Climate Controlled Storage, page. If you need to store a boat, car, or RV near Oklahoma City, OK, please visit our Oklahoma City, OK Vehicle Storage page.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma—a city so nice they had to name it twice! OKC is the state’s capital and the largest city in the state with a population of 1.3 million. It enjoys a humid subtropical climate, which means hot, muggy summers and “frequent variations in weather” basically all year long. Because of its location in Tornado Alley, it gets more than its share of severe tornadoes. Even so, it was ranked by Forbes as “the most affordable city in America.”

The Big Friendly is home to some big names, like Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, and Carrie Underwood, as well as the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. For a little more cowboy action, visit Frontier City, an “Old West” amusement park that features a mock gunfight at the OK Corral. Afterwards, you’ll be in the mood for a delicious steak dinner at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, with, of course, an Old West decor.

Being a cowboy (or even pretending to be one) is no easy feat: you have to keep track of your 10-gallon hats, cowboy boots, chaps, belt buckles, suede vests with fringe, string ties, bandanas, and holsters. That’s what self storage facilities in Oklahoma are for!

If cowboy-related entertainment is not your thing, there are plenty of non-western themed activities to do in town. Wander around the Bricktown district, just east of downtown, where you’ll find places to eat, drink, dance, shop, watch a movie—and float down the tree-lined, mile-long canal in a water taxi. Or if you prefer to see the sites from a bird’s point of view, make a dinner reservation at Vast, the restaurant on the 49th floor of Devon Tower, the tallest building in town.

Or you can take a stroll through the Myriad Botanical Gardens, a 17-acre garden which features the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, a “living plant museum” with plants, flowers, waterfalls, and exotic animals. A little north of downtown is the Paseo, a 2-block historic arts district that includes 22 galleries as well as an annual Memorial Day weekend Arts Festival. Or, of course, there’s always the Museum of Osteology—yes, that’s a museum of bones.

Keep your home or office clutter-free by making good use of storage solutions: rent a climate-controlled self storage unit for your artwork, plant life, and skeletal remains.