Store Space Self Storage in Orlando, Florida

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  •  No Credit Card, No Obligations 
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Storage Units in Orlando, FL

We’re excited to call “The Most Magical Place on Earth” home! Even though we’re not located in the Magic Kingdom itself, our facilities are just a short drive away. We work our own magic to ensure you’re getting the most affordable and convenient storage solutions. 

With everything going on in Orlando, you may need to rent a unit on the go. So, whether you’re waiting in line for the Mako Rollercoaster, or eating around the world at EPCOT, you can easily complete your Touchless Rental online or with a quick phone call. (Just don’t drop your phone off the coaster!) Of course, you can always visit us in-store to rent a storage unit with our storage professionals.

Visit our Orlando locations at the addresses below and visit our store pages to see what’s available.


Store Space Storage Facilities in Orlando

Self-storage has become a necessity for many renters, homeowners and businesses. Whether you’re looking for seasonal storage, a place to keep your belongings while moving or renovating, or you need extra office space, we’ve got the perfect fit, at the perfect price. 

You can visit any of our offices for a tour, or give us a call for rentals, hours and store info. 

Orlando – Millenia

Store Space Self Storage at 4912 S John Young Pkwy – We are located in the Millenia neighborhood, just minutes from the Central Business District. Touchless Rentals are available on our store page or by phone at 321-341-5444, or stop in to rent Millenia storage units! 

Features and amenities at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Drive-Up Storage Units
  • Wide Variety of Sizes
  • Clean Units
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
  • Office Open Daily 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Self-Service Kiosk
  • Boxes, Tape & Supplies Sold in Office
  • 10% Discount For Active Military & Veterans

Store Space Storage Facilities in Central Florida

Sanford - Storage in Beck Hammock Neighborhood

Store Space Self Storage is located in Sanford at 3980 E Lake Mary Blvd – Our facility is just east of the airport, with easy access from FL-46 and East Lake Mary Boulevard. Find the perfect Sanford storage unit online, in-store or with a quick phone call at 321-333-4700.

Features and amenities at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Drive-Up Storage Units
  • Indoor Storage Units
  • Outdoor Vehicle Storage
  • Indoor Vehicle Storage
  • Motorcycle Storage
  • Truck-Accessible Loading Bay/Dock
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Moving Supplies, Boxes, Tape available in Store
  • Self-Service Rental Kiosk

Types of Storage Available in Orlando

Our smallest storage units start at 5 ft. by 5 ft. and can be used for extra boxes, small furnishings and outdoor/sporting equipment. The largest units are perfect for business storage including inventory and warehousing needs, or household storage. A few of our facilities also offer vehicle storage options. 

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can fit boxes, small furniture, sporting goods, water accessories
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can hold contents from 1 or 2 bedrooms, appliances, furniture, small watercraft  
  • Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. (200 sq. ft.) holds 3 or 4 bedrooms of furniture, many boxes, inventory

Climate-controlled storage units

Florida is warm. Millions of people visit every year because of the weather. While people flock to enjoy the humid climate, your belongings might need protection! Store Space offers climate-controlled storage units, to keep even your most sensitive items like furniture, electronics, paper and antiques safe from the elements.   

Indoor storage units

Our indoor storage units are located in an enclosed building. This is where our climate-controlled storage units are located. Don’t worry if it starts to rain, you’ll be shielded from the weather while visiting your unit. 

Drive-up storage units

Drive-up storage units are convenient and ideal for those looking to access their unit often. You can drive right up to your unit to load and unload your items. Many small business owners and contractors seek drive-up storage. 

Vehicle storage

A car, a motorcycle, a boat and an RV pull up to the same restaurant—that happens almost every day in Orlando! There are plenty of waterfront restaurants that can be accessed by land or water—so with all the transportation options, it might get crowded. Good thing Store Space offers outdoor parking spaces for all your vehicles. Check out our Sanford facility for vehicle storage.

Car Storage

Whether you don’t have enough garage space, have HOA restrictions or just can’t find room for your car, we understand you might need car storage. Many cars and trucks can fit in parking spaces 10 ft. by 20 ft., but some larger cars may require longer spaces.

Motorcycle Storage

Many motorcycles can fit in parking spaces that are at least 5 ft. by 10 ft. But, we suggest only storing your motorcycle outdoors short-term to avoid any damage from the elements. 

Boat Storage

With lakes and rivers galore, everyone has (or wants) a boat near Orlando. But where do you store them? Don’t take up driveway space or keep them in the water, park them at Store Space! We have outdoor parking spaces for your boats, up to 50 ft. long! 

RV Storage

In between cross-country road trips, keep your recreational vehicle with us! From small pop-ups and truck campers to fifth wheels, we can fit all your RVs. 


What we Like about Orlando

Who doesn’t love Walt Disney World? Even though it’s an extremely popular tourist destination, it is just one of the many attractions that make Orlando one of the most-visited cities in the world. In 2018, Orlando was the No. 1 U.S. travel destination with 75 million visitors. To learn more about living in Orlando, check out Is Orlando a Good Place to Live?.

We’re thrilled to call Orlando home and make every Orlandoan’s storage dreams come true.

An aerial view of Walt Disney World ResortAn aerial view of Walt Disney World Resort by Christian Lambert on Unsplash

Want to explore Orlando more? Check out our blog on "What To Do in Orlando."

The Name “Orlando”

Did you know? To this day, no one definitively knows how Orlando got its name. There are stories—a few including an early politician, Judge James Speer.

The first is that Judge Speer named the city after a man who worked for him. Another is that it was named after a random Mr. Orlando that was passing through the city and died there. A third story is that the city was named after a character in Shakespeare’s play “As You Like It” because Judge Speer loved Shakespeare.

These aren’t the only theories, but many believe Judge Speer is connected to the name. Is it a coincidence that Rosalind, the main street running through the city of Orlando shares a name with the love interest of the character Orlando in “As You Like It?” Who knows!


The greater Orlando area is not lacking in universities. There are more than 35 colleges, universities and private institutions in the area.

University of Central Florida is ranked in the top 20 of U.S. News and World Reports “Most Innovative Schools” category. UCF is also one of the largest universities by enrollment in Florida. With 71,948 undergrad students in Fall 2020, the school had a higher enrollment than Texas A&M! Rollins College is No. 1 in U.S. News and World Report’s list of “Best Regional Universities” in the South.

There are numerous other colleges in the area, including Florida A&M University College of Law, Seminole State College of Florida, AdventHealth University, Florida Technical College, Full Sail University, Johnson University Florida in Kissimmee and Valencia College.

Theme Parks

Orlando is known as the theme park capital of the world. Long before Mickey and his friends came into town, Gatorland opened in 1949, and that was just the beginning. If you have a fear of alligators, maybe don’t visit the Alligator Capital of the World, just stop by one of Orlando’s other incredible theme parks.

Walt Disney World Resort opened in 1971, and quickly became a popular destination for families from all over. The Disney Decade in the '90s was a phenomenal period of growth and expansion. Fun Fact: Walt Disney World takes up about 43 square miles, and is big enough to hold more than 50 Disneylands. Not to mention there are four theme parks, two water parks, over 25 resorts and hotels, plus four golf courses.  There are also plenty of Disney secrets that have been shared over the years. (You didn’t hear it from us.)

Calling all the Harry Potter fans! Get on your broomsticks and fly to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort.  If you need a break from the witchcraft and wizardry, visit Volcano Bay for some water park fun!

Speaking of water parks, we can’t forget SeaWorld Orlando! Not only can you swim with creatures from the deep—dolphins, sharks and more—you can experience roller coasters, rides and slides all day long.

If you’re a fan of playing with Legos visit the LEGOLAND Florida Resort. With a theme park and water park, you have plenty of rides and activities to choose from. Just be careful not to step on any Legos while you’re there!

Culture and Food 

Orlando is more than just theme parks. There are museums, arts, entertainment and plenty of restaurants for locals to escape the tourists for a night on the town.

Be sure to check out the Orlando Museum of Art and the Mennello Museum of American Art to explore local and international exhibits. The Orange County Regional History Center, Heritage Square Park and the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida are historical and educational experiences you don’t want to miss. There are also performing arts centers, including Orlando Ballet and a Shakespeare theater, Orlando Shakes.  

While you’re running around in Orlando, you’ll need some fuel. By fuel, we mean food—and Orlando has a lot of it. 

There is even an official Restaurant Row, including over two dozen restaurant options from upscale to casual eateries. With seafood at Big Fin Seafood Kitchen and Japanese at Dragonfly Robata Grill and Sushi, Turkish cuisine from Bosphorous and fine dining at Chatham’s Place—you won’t go hungry. Plus if you didn’t get enough adventure already, get dinner and a show at one of Disney’s resorts


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: What size storage unit should I rent in Orlando, FL?

A: The size of storage unit you should rent depends on what you are planning to store. If its just a few boxes and decorations, a 5 ft. by 5 ft. unit should work. If you need a unit for whole-household storage, a 10 ft. by 20 ft. would be a good choice. Use our storage guide for more info about sizing and amenities. 

Q: Should I rent climate-controlled storage in Orlando?

A: Whether or not you should rent a climate-controlled storage unit depends on what you’re planning to store. If you are putting items like furniture, antiques, paper or electronics in your unit, you should get climate control. Check out this page for more information about climate-controlled storage. 

Q: How much does storage cost in Orlando?

A: The price of a storage unit can start as low as $10 a month*. At Store Space, we always shop the competition to ensure you’re getting our best rates. Our rates, along with our promotions are always published online for your viewing. 

Is it illegal to sleep in a storage unit in Florida?

A: Yes. It is illegal to live in a storage unit, and it is also against local housing laws. Sleeping in a storage unit is dangerous, the doors lock from the outside, and there is no running water, plumbing or power. 

Q: Why use climate-controlled storage in Orlando?

A: Since the climate-controlled storage units at Store Space are designed to regulate the temperature of your storage unit, they come with a variety of related benefits. By keeping your storage unit’s temperature within a certain range, climate-controlled storage can help protect your items from things like mildew, mold build-up, and heat damage. This is especially useful for delicate or temperature-sensitive items like antiques, electronics, or collectibles.

Q: Do all storage units require insurance in Orlando?

A: In order to safeguard your belongings, we recommend that all storage unit renters maintain an insurance policy. By ensuring that your items are covered, you’ll be able to have even greater peace of mind and potentially save money should any damage occur.

Q: How can I pay for my self-storage unit?

A: We understand that simplicity and convenience are key when it comes to paying for your self-storage unit. To make it easy for you, we provide multiple payment options. You can choose to receive invoices either by mail or electronically, whichever suits you best. Our MyStorage Portal offers a user-friendly platform for online payments. If you prefer a more personal touch, you can make payments in person at the storage facility with the help of our knowledgeable store employees or by using our self-service kiosk.

Q: Should I have a lock for my storage unit?

A: We strongly advise having a lock for your storage unit. For maximum protection, we recommend using a high-security disc lock. You can easily purchase these locks from our rental office, providing an additional layer of security for your storage unit.

What’s Next?

It doesn’t take a lot of convincing to make someone fall in love with Orlando. Just think of the adventure that awaits! With everything going on, Store Space promises a hassle-free storage experience—so you have more time for fun.

With quick rentals, easy move-ins and high-end security, storing is a breeze with us. You can rent your unit online, by phone or in-store.

Don’t worry if you need last-minute packing supplies. Our office is fully stocked with whatever you might need.

Find your nearest facility with our storage finder. We care about Orlandoans!

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