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Southland Mini-Storage

4920 S Braden Ave Tulsa, OK 74135 Tulsa OK 74135 | 6.00 miles away (#7)
No 5' x 5' Available
No 10' x 10' Available

Lewis Lockup

6350 South Lewis Avenue Tulsa, OK 74136 Tulsa OK 74136 | 6.00 miles away (#8)
No 5' x 5' Available
No 5' x 10' Available

River Bend Self Storage

2036 E 81st St, Ste 105 Tulsa, OK 74137 Tulsa OK 74137 | 7.60 miles away (#14)
No 5' x 5' Available
No 5' x 10' Available

SecurCare Self Storage - Sand Springs- 11505 W 59th St

11525 W 59th St S Sand Springs, OK 74063 Sand Springs OK 74063 | 8.90 miles away (#20)
No 5' x 5' Available

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

There are 30 self storage units in Tulsa, OK in a 15 mile radius to choose from with over 30 units available for rent

Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $0.91. This is 8.56% lower with $0.09 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 Tulsa including:

If storage near Tulsa, Oklahoma is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 12 nearby cities including Bixby, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Collinsville, Glenpool, Jenks, Mounds, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Skiatook, Sperry.

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

Tulsa, Oklahoma may not be the state capital, but it’s got a lot going for it. It’s the 2nd biggest city in the state (population: 399,682), is nicknamed The Oil Capital of the World, and is known for its large number of art deco buildings. Tulsa has a humid subtropical climate and, being in the middle of Tornado Alley, is no stranger to thunderstorms, hail, severe winds, and tornadoes. But don’t worry—this flood-prone city is also the leader when it comes to flood management, ever since the 1984 flood that did $180 million in damage.

Much like a college kid who can’t decide on his major, Tulsa is located in the Ozarks, the mountainous are between the Appalachians and the Rockies, and is home to the famous Philbrook Museum, one of the 50 best fine art museums in the country. How’s that for diversity? If you’re still unsure, you may be impressed to know that BusinessWeek rated Tulsa as one of the 50 best cities in the country.

And what do all the cities on this “best of” list have in common? They all have a wide variety of affordable and convenient storage units for rent.

For a little culture, be sure to check out the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the Tulsa Air and Space Museum, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, and the Greenwood Cultural Center which celebrates Tulsa’s African American heritage. Visit “America’s Favorite Zoo,” the Tulsa Zoo, the Oklahoma Aquarium (with a shark tank!), the Tulsa State Fair, and the 10-day Oktoberfest. And because the municipal government is awesome, there is actually a budget for public artwork around Tulsa, including all along the Arkansas River trail and at local parks like Woodward Park. Oral Roberts University features the largest bronze statue (of praying hands) in the world.

After a long day exploring the city, welcome the night in the Blue Dome Entertainment District, a 9-block area full of restaurants, bars, shopping, and exciting nightlife. Enjoy a rooftop cocktail at El Guapo’s Mexican Cantina, delicious French food at Juniper Restaurant & Martini Lounge, or go dancing at Electric Circus.

What do Frank Abagnale (famous con man from Catch Me If You Can), J. Paul Getty (oil tycoon and museum founder), and Garth Brooks all have in common? They all rented units at local self storage facilities. Well, maybe not. But they could have, since they are all Tulsa natives.