Maple Valley Public Storage provides easy access off State Route 18 and State Route 169/Maple Valley Black Diamond Road, making the great selection of self storage options easy to get to from any part of town.
For fun-filled days spent out at Lake Wilderness Park, local customers can take the hassle out of packing for the great outdoors when using a 5x10 storage unit to hold fishing equipment, boating gear and recreational items at this location year round.
For families running out of room in homes near Shadow Lake Elementary School or Rock Creek Elementary School, a 10x20 storage unit is big enough to fit an old couch, love seat and mattress, along with a handful of boxes. For even larger loads, including all of the furniture and appliances from a single-family home, a 10x30 storage unit provides ample storage space.
With indoor storage units, outdoor storage units and climate controlled storage units all coming in different sizes, there are plenty of cheap storage units to choose from here. There are also rental parking spaces and enclosed units for vehicle storage.
With a population that went from roughly 1,000 people in 1990 to over 22,000 by 2010, things have certainly changed around Maple Valley, as more families and businesses look for open space to lay down roots in southwest King County. Should things ever start to get a little crowded at home or at work, check out the wide range of storage solutions this Public Storage in Maple Valley has to offer.