Powell City Guide
There are 13 self storage units in Powell, TN in a 15 mile radius to choose from with up to 13 storage facilities, you may find cheaper storage prices in Powell comparable to the national average price.
Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $1.10. This is 10.19% higher with $0.10 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 Powell including:
If storage near Powell, Tennessee is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 15 nearby cities including Alcoa, Andersonville, Blaine, Caryville, Clinton, Knoxville, Lake City, Louisville, Luttrell, Maryville, Maynardville, Norris, Oak Ridge, Oliver Springs, Rockford.
We also have specialized storage to choose from in Powell. If you require a climate controlled unit where temperature and humidity are important, please check out our Powell, TN Climate Controlled Storage, page. If you need to store a boat, car, or RV near Powell, TN, please visit our Powell, TN Vehicle Storage page.
Powell, Tennessee is a suburb of Knoxville (which is 10 miles south) and consequently does not get its own official population count—instead, it is classified as “a populated place.” It has a humid subtropical climate, which means hot summers and cool winters.
This unincorporated community may not be big enough for a Census poll, but it certainly has enough residents to populate Powell Station Park—which has a sidewalk loop for bike riding, a splash pad, a disc golf course, a picnic pavilion, and nature trails.
After all that outdoor fun, you may want to head over to Aubrey’s Restaurant, whose tagline is “contemporary comfort eats and draft brews,” Sushi Spot or, if sushi is not your thing, Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin.
Small town, small population, and small living quarters requires big self storage facilities, which are conveniently located throughout Powell.
Tipsy’s Patio Bar is a casual sports bar, but if you want a more vibrant nightlife, head down to Knoxville and check out Sassy Ann’s, where you can dance and drink in a renovated 120-year-old Victorian house, or Cocoa Moon Fusion Grill, a bar/eatery that’s known for its margaritas, music, and merengue classes.
If you’re a history buff, be sure to visit the Museum of East Tennessee which features exhibits from the pioneer days to the present (which, technically, is not ‘history’). The Tennessee Theater is a restored early 19th century building that shows musical and theatrical acts. And the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra is the oldest ongoing orchestra in the southeast.
If you collect antiques and other historical relics, you know that they don’t always match your home décor. No matter—you can rent a local self storage unit for all your Civil War uniforms (both confederate and cavalry), kepi caps, union trousers, and muskets.