Safe, Convenient Storage Units at the Morse Lake.
Your belongings, boats, RV’s and cars.


Customers come first.

No deposit.

No hidden charges.

First month prorated.

Courteous, professional service.

Credit Cards Accepted

Competitive Rates

Low Prices

Family Owned/Operated


Month-to-Month Rental

Storage Units Of All Sizes

Lights Inside All Units

Indoor RV & Boat Units

Outdoor Boat & RV Parking

Security Fenced Premises

Brick/Siding Construction

Manager Available 24 Hours

Video Cameras

24 Hour Access





5 X 10 50 $45
8 X 12 96 $70
10 X 10 100 $70
10 X 15 150 $85
10 X 20 200 $100
10 X 25 250 $125
12 X 24 288 $140
13 X 28 364 $150
14 X 32 448 $180
18 X 30 540 $200
23 X 34 782 $300
58 X 34 1972 $425

Sizes are recommendations only and customers need to independently verify that their individual goods will fit in the unit selected.

5 x 10 Storage Unit

10 x 20 Storage Unit

10 x 25 Storage Unit

10 x 30 Storage Unit

14 x 34 Storage Unit

Indoor and outdoor

RV Storage

Boat Storage

Car Storage

spots available

Free Locks

Locks Available While Renting!!!!!

Plan Ahead Before You Store:

Check out the following tips before you start packing your unit with specific items:

  • Appliances: Should be thoroughly cleaned and dried. Keep freezer and refrigerator doors slightly ajar.
  • Bikes and other Metal Items: To preserve metal, wipe all metal surfaces with a rag containing a few drops of machine oil.
  • Books and Documents: Pack books to protect their spines. Do not place boxes directly on the floor – use pallets or skids.
  • Dishes and Glassware: Cushion carton tops and bottoms with a layer of paper. Glass items should be individually wrapped.
  • Furniture: To save space, beds and tables can be disassembled. Wrap legs for protection. Cover wood and upholstered pieces.
  • Holiday Decorations: Reuse the original cartons for delicate ornaments. Pad with packing paper.
  • Lamps: Wrap lamp bases in padding. Wrap and place shades in separate cartons.
  • Mirrors: Store on edge, not flat.
  • Records and Record Players: Records should be stored on edge to prevent warping. Secure tone arm and turntable to prevent bouncing.
  • Tools: Long handled tools such as racks, brooms, hoes etc., can be tied in bundles.
  • Mattresses and Box Springs: Store on long edges for firmer support. Keep elevated from floor and covered for protection.

Plan Ahead Before You Store:

Check out the following tips before you start packing your unit with specific items:

  • Make a list of all the packing accessories needed to store your items. Bubble-pack, tape, rope, drop cloths, polyurethane sheeting, mattress and furniture covers, pallets, and cartons are just a few of the more commonly used packing items.
  • Leave a walkway to the rear of the unit for better accessibility. Disassemble items such as bed frames to maximize the space in the unit.
  • Place frequently used items near the door or at the front of the unit.
  • Fill containers to capacity; partially full or bulging cartons may collapse or tip over in the unit.
  • Pack heavy items like books or tools in smaller boxes.
  • Fragile items should be cushioned by packing and placed towards the top of the unit.
  • Label your cartons and take home a list of the labeled cartons for easy reference.
  • Line the bottom of your unit with a plastic drop cloth for added protection.
  • Use pallets as a foundation to place cartons on top of the pallets.
  • Mothballs are an added protection for your belongings.
  • Take full advantage of your unit’s space use the full height if possible. Shelving helps organize your unit.

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