Store Space Self Storage in Ocala, Florida

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  • No Credit Card, No Obligations 
  • Vehicle Storage in Ocala 

Store Space Self Storage in Ocala, FL

Your search for affordable vehicle storage in Ocala, FL is officially over! Store Space is in town to bring everyone in the area convenient, premium vehicle parking at our lowest rates.

We are “Storage That Cares” about providing you with an exceptional storage experience, and it all starts with renting a vehicle parking space. We offer a variety of rental options so you can choose how to rent with us:

  • Make a Touchless Rental online or call us 7 days a week
  • Stop by one of our facilities and speak to our storage professionals, or use our self-service rental kiosk

You’ll get professional storage no matter how you rent, so pick the best option for you!

Visit our Ocala location at the address below, and visit our store pages to see what’s available.

Boat and RV Storage in Ocala

We understand the need for vehicle storage in Ocala. Store your RVs, boats, cars, motorcycles and more in our secure outdoor parking spaces. Visit any of our offices for a tour, or give us a call for rentals, hours and store info. 

Store Space Vehicle Storage Ocala at 4545 NW 27th Ave – We are located in northern Ocala, offering outdoor vehicle storage. Visit us in-store, make a Touchless Rental online or call 352-310-1868 to rent vehicle storage in Ocala!

Parking at this location includes:

  • 12x20: Class RVs, pop-ups, small campers, bass boats
  • 12x30: Class C RVs, campers, travel trailers, ski boats
  • 12x50 – 12x60: Class A RVs, medium to large fifth wheels, cabin cruisers
  • 12x70: Semi-truck parking
  • 8x20 Storage Container: Limited availability!

Ask about our 10% discount for active military and veterans.

If you want to know more about the types of storage we offer and what makes us love Ocala, keep reading!

Vehicle Storage

Finding the perfect spot to store your boat or RV shouldn’t be difficult. That’s why Store Space offers secure outdoor parking spaces for all your vehicles. Whether you have strict HOA codes, don’t have space on the driveway, or just need a safe spot to keep your vehicle out of the way—we’ve got you covered. You can find out even more information about short-and long-term storage in our vehicle storage guides.

Boat Storage

Why keep your boat on the water when you could store it at Store Space? Our outdoor parking spaces are the perfect spot to keep your fishing boats, bass boats, speed boats and more—up to 60 feet long.

RV Storage

We understand RVs can take up a lot of space, that’s why we offer secure outdoor parking spaces up to 60 ft. long! That means we can handle your travel trailers, pop-ups, campers, motorhomes and fifth wheelers with ease.  

Semi Truck Storage

Our outdoor parking spaces can accommodate your semi-truck trailers up to 70 ft. long. With wide roadways and a big lot, you can easily maneuver on our property.


What we like about Ocala

Ocala is a city in Marion County, FL unlike any other. While embracing a small-town atmosphere and maintaining a large amount of beautiful natural space, residents also enjoy historical sites, unique attractions and much more.

Here are some of our favorite things about Ocala:

Past to Present

The city of Ocala has a rich and eventful past, dating all the way back to the early 1700s. Many believe the first residents were the Timucua Indians. They settled in an area they called “Ocali” near present-day Ocala.

The United States acquired Florida in 1821, and in 1827 Fort King was built just east of present-day Ocala. After Marion County was established and Florida achieved statehood, the first plat of Ocala was constructed in March 1846. The first post office was created in 1847.

Steamboats were the main form of transportation in the 1870s, but in 1876 a railroad was established between Waldo and Ocala by the Atlantic Gulf West India Transit Company. The result was a boom in commercial trade and an increase in visitors.

Unfortunately, in 1883 most of downtown Ocala was destroyed in a fire, and in 1888 Ocala was affected by the yellow fever epidemic that occurred in Tampa and Jacksonville. Their bad luck didn’t end there, the Big Freeze of 1895 took a toll on the town.

After all that hardship, Ocala rebuilt. The farmers diversified their crops, buildings were reconstructed and Ocala became known as Brick City.

Ocala endured some ups and downs, but the city has grown to become the welcoming community it is today. About 59,267 residents call Ocala home, and many visitors come to experience everything Ocala has to offer.

Education

Ocala is home to a few colleges and universities, the most prominent being College of Central Florida Ocala Campus.

The Ocala Campus opened in 1996 originally established on 60 acres, but now covers 140 acres. College of Central Florida’s focus is to provide high-quality education that meets every student’s needs. As the college grows, more and more graduates join the workforce and better the community.

Ocala is also nearby other colleges including Rasmussen University-Ocala, Marion Technical College and Taylor College. 

To do Around Town 

Ocala is full of historical experiences, retail shops and incredible arts and culture. The options are endless—check out what to do around town in Ocala!

Historic Downtown Ocala is a quaint and walkable downtown. Try a variety of eateries (we’ll get to those later), or explore the brick-paved Magnolia Avenue and find local boutiques, Marion Theatre and unique thrift stores. Downtown Ocala is also home to Reilly Arts Center, a great spot to catch live music, and the Discovery Center children’s museum.

The Ocala Drive-In first opened in 1948 and was reopened in 2011 to give residents an awesome cultural experience. Whether you want to sit in your vehicle or set up a lawn chair, catch a feature film and grab some popcorn!

Ocala also has a great arts scene. Make sure to check out the first Friday Art Walk in Historic Downtown Ocala, or the outdoor art gallery at Tuscawilla Art Park. 

Outdoor Experiences

If you’re eager to explore the outdoors, Ocala is the place to be. With many parks, outdoor spaces and one-of-a-kind attractions, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for.

Ocala is known as The Horse Capital of the World, so if you’re interested in checking out some equestrian farms, you’re in the right place! Enjoy a trail ride, take a carriage tour, or visit Florida Horse Park to watch these incredible animals.

Another popular spot near Ocala is Silver Springs State Park. Many visitors paddleboard and kayak on the crystal-clear waters and explore the river on glass-bottom boats. You can also stop by the Silver River Museum and Environmental Center to learn about the history of the area.

There are numerous parks and natural areas in the Ocala where you can hike, bike, fish and just enjoy nature! Many parks also include amenities like athletics courts, playgrounds and picnic spaces. Check out all the parks in Ocala

Food  

After exploring all Ocala has to offer, we know you’ll work up an appetite! Good thing Ocala is full of amazing eateries, cafes, restaurants and more.

For an upscale dinner, check out Mesa de Notte for some unique and delicious fine dining. Or try Braised Onion for eclectic comfort food, Mark’s Prime Steakhouse for amazing steak and seafood, or Ipanema Brazilian Steak House for an indulgent dining experience.

Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grille has a few locations around Florida, and offers amazing southern-style cooking. Or check out Brick City Southern Kitchen and Whiskey Bar for some premier barbecue.

If you’re in the mood for some tasty American-style cuisine, check out Brooklyn’s Backyard. Or try some Korean cuisine at Haeorum. Find some of the best Mexican food at Las Margaritas Mexican Restaurant and Gallery.

You won’t be disappointed with the cafes in Ocala. The Gathering Café serves up some fresh-made grub and high-quality espresso drinks. Scrambles Café offers a great daytime dining experience, including some incredible breakfast. (Make sure to try the three-egg omelets and their signature scrambles!)

No matter what you’re in the mood for, Ocala has plenty of awesome places to try!


What’s Next?

If you’re searching for vehicle storage in Brick City, Store Space is the solution! We are “Storage That Cares” about providing you with professional storage at affordable rates.

Our Touchless Rentals, easy move-ins and first-rate security ensure you’ll have an easy and convenient storage experience.

Check out our facility in town, or our other facilities in Florida and around the U.S. Just use our storage finder to locate your nearest facility. We care about Ocala!



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