Directly on Highway 99 just west of where State Route 18 runs into Interstate 5 is this Federal Way Public Storage, with cheap self storage units sized to tackle loads big and small.
A manager lives on site at this location, perched on the west side of Pacific Highway just north of 348th Street, which offers indoor storage units, outdoor storage units and enclosed vehicle storage units.
After a great day of hiking the trails at West Hylebos Wetlands Park, drop off boots, walking poles, backpacks and more in a handy 5x5 storage unit at this facility just a few blocks away.
Residents in Northeast Tacoma can use a 10x20 storage unit to keep canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and small watercraft all stored seasonally for trips out to Dash Point State Park.
Families in the Lakeland South area can use a 10x30 storage unit when it's moving time and everything needs to be packed up, including living room furniture, mattresses, kitchen appliances and even a washer and dryer set.
A coastal community along Puget Sound that wasn't officially incorporated until 1990, Federal Way's history dates back to the 1920s when the area was first settled as a logging community. Now, with easy access to Seattle, Tacoma and Sea-Tac Airport, not to mention the beauty of the Cascade Mountains and Olympic Mountains on each side, it's no secret what makes Federal Way one of the most sought-after communities to live, work and visit in the greater Seattle area.