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RightSpace Storage - San Antonio

3567 Fredericksburg Rd San Antonio, TX 78201 San Antonio TX 78201 | 4.60 miles away (#5)
No 5' x 5' Available

Your Storage Place - North San Antonio

6414 San Pedro Ave San Antonio, TX 78216 San Antonio TX 78216 | 5.00 miles away (#6)
No 5' x 5' Available

US Storage Centers

5149 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78216 San Antonio TX 78216 | 5.10 miles away (#7)
No 5' x 10' Available

Lockaway Storage - Goliad

2507 Goliad Road San Antonio, TX 78223 San Antonio TX 78223 | 5.70 miles away (#10)
No 5' x 5' Available
No 10' x 10' Available

Alamo Eisenhauer Mini-Storage

3500 Eisenhauer Rd San Antonio, TX 78218 San Antonio TX 78218 | 6.30 miles away (#14)
No 5' x 10' Available
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Watson & Taylor Self Storage - Sinclair

5026 Sinclair Rd San Antonio, TX 78222 San Antonio TX 78222 | 6.70 miles away (#15)
No 5' x 5' Available
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Uncle Bob's Self Storage - San Antonio - Blanco Road

7340 Blanco Road San Antonio, TX 78216 San Antonio TX 78216 | 7.10 miles away (#19)
No 5' x 5' Available
No 5' x 10' Available

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San Antonio City Guide

There are 78 self storage units in San Antonio, TX in a 15 mile radius to choose from with over 78 units available for rent

Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $1.64. This is 63.93% higher with $0.64 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 San Antonio including:

If storage near San Antonio, Texas is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 8 nearby cities including Adkins, Bulverde, Cibolo, Converse, Helotes, Live Oak, Schertz, Universal City.

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

San Antonio (which is Spanish for "Saint Anthony," in case you wanted to impress someone) has a population of 1.4 million, making it the seventh biggest city in the country, people-wise. It’s located in the south-west corner of the state, called “The Texas Triangle” (not to be confused with the Bermuda Triangle), and has a transitional humid subtropical climate, which basically means that summers are hot and winters are cool. Also, you should know that snow has fallen in San Antonio 31 times in the last 122 years.

Remember the Alamo? Besides being a famous battle cry from first the Texas Revolution and then the Mexican-American War, the Alamo is also a mission and a museum. San Antonio has several other Spanish colonial missions which are well worth a visit, and when you’re strolling around admiring things, be sure to check out the River Walk, a beautiful series of paths on the San Antonio River beneath the city streets.

While you’re there, you won’t want to miss Marriage Island, a magical islet in the middle of the river in downtown San Antonio that automatically marries couples who step onto it. Well, as long as they have a marriage license and a justice of the peace, too. If you find yourself with a lot of historical souvenirs and no space to put them, then renting a storage unit is a great idea.

San Antonio is home to many U.S. armed forces facilities, such as Fort Sam Houston—a military base populated by peacocks, rabbits, and deer (and, presumably, human personnel, too). Rent a bicycle from one of the many bike-sharing kiosks around town to see more of this beautiful city, and while you’re cruising around, head on over to the Fiesta, a multi-parade festival honoring the Alamo and San Jacinto soldiers, which is now called “The Party with a Purpose.”

And finally, steer your bicycle in the direction of the Menger Hotel Bar and stop in for a drink. You’ll be in good company—this is where Theodore Roosevelt recruited the infamous Rough Riders. Once you’ve appropriately imbibed, be sure to take a guided tour of this haunted hotel. That won’t be scary at all. And all the ghosts you confront can be safely stashed in a self-storage unit—hey, there are no rules about keeping a nebulous image of the deceased in a storage facility.