Store Space Self Storage in Wabash, Indiana

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Storage Units in Wabash, IN

You may be tempted to overlook a small town in north central Indiana—but Wabash will shock you! (It was one of the first cities to have electric lighting, after all!)

Store Space is thrilled to bring residents of the Wabash community secure, premium storage solutions. In order to better meet your storage needs, we offer a wide range of unit sizes and features like drive-up and vehicle storage options.

We are “Storage That Cares” about providing you with an easy storage experience—and that all starts with finding the right unit. You can complete a Touchless Rental online on our store pages or by phone.

No matter how you rent, you’ll receive a professional and affordable storage experience with Store Space.

Check out our Wabash location at the address below, and visit our store pages to see what’s available.

 

Store Space Storage Facilities in Wabash

Whether you’re a homeowner, renter or business owner—Store Space can help you find the right unit! Self-storage can come in handy during a major life event like marriage, moving or downsizing, or relocating offices as a business.

Store Space Wabash 

Store Space Wabash at 595 Bryan Ave – We’re easy to access on Bryan Avenue via Alber Street. Complete a Touchless Rental online or call 260-377-1200 to rent a storage unit in Wabash! 

Features and sizes at this location include:

  • Drive-Up Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • Enhanced Cleaning Protocols
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Extended Service Hours
  • 10% Military Discount

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

 

Types of Storage Available in Wabash

You can store almost anything at Store Space. (Find a list of prohibited items in our storage guide.) Store Space offers a wide range of unit sizes as well as a variety of features and amenities so you can find the right unit.

Our smallest units (usually starting at 5x5) can be used for seasonal storage or extra boxes, and our largest units (10x20 and larger) can be used for whole-household storage or warehousing needs. We also offer drive-up and vehicle storage options. Our most popular sizes include:

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can fit boxes and bins, sporting goods, home décor, seasonal storage, small furnishings
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can hold contents of a one-bedroom apartment
  • Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. (200 sq. ft.) great for household storage, warehousing needs, business inventory, large equipment
  • Vehicle storage – drive-up storage for motorcycles and low-profile cars, trucks, RVs and boats

Drive-Up Storage Units

Drive-up storage is both convenient and easy. These units are ideal for anyone looking to visit their unit often, like small business owners or entrepreneurs. Simply drive right up to your unit, roll up the door and load or unload your items.

Vehicle Storage

Do you need a secure place to store your work vehicle? Or a spot to put your pop-up trailer while you’re not on the road? We’ve got you covered. Our drive-up storage units can accommodate motorcycles and your low-profile cars, trucks, RVs and watercraft. You can find more information in our vehicle storage guides.

Car Storage

We understand the need for car storage in Wabash. Our drive-up storage units can fit your cars and low-profile trucks. Most cars will require at least a 10x20 unit, and larger trucks may need a bigger unit.

Motorcycle Storage

Don’t leave your motorcycle on the driveway or parked on the street, keep it in one of our drive-up storage units! Most motorcycles will need a 5x10 storage unit, and side by sides require at least a 10x10 unit.

RV Storage

Instead of keeping your recreational vehicle on the driveway and taking up valuable space—store it with us. We can fit your low-profile campers, pop-ups, trailers and more in our drive-up storage units.

Boat Storage

While you’re not on the water, keep all your boats at Store Space. Our drive-up storage units can be used to store your low-profile boats, as well as kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and jet skis.

 

What we like about Wabash

The city of Wabash is the seat of Wabash County, located in north central Indiana. The area offers residents and visitors a small-town atmosphere with a variety of local events and festivals. Wabash also boasts a low cost of living and is considered a top place to retire in Indiana.

The residents of Wabash enjoy a strong sense of community, along with outdoor recreation opportunities, arts and entertainment. Keep reading for some of our favorite things about Wabash!

Past to Present

Some of the first Europeans that arrived in Indiana included French explorers and fur traders who set up trading posts along the Wabash River. People used the area for commerce, and eventually, a settlement was constructed. An extension of the Wabash-Erie Canal arrived in 1837 and brought major growth to the area. Wabash was then selected as the county seat in 1835 and formally founded in 1866.

The city was an industrial center during the United States Civil War, home to many manufacturers and factories. In 1880, Dr. Charles Brush chose the city of Wabash to demonstrate electrical lighting as a solution for municipal lighting. (That’s why Wabash is considered one of the first electrically lighted cities in the world.)

Education

The area of Wabash is served by Wabash City Schools and the Metropolitan School District of Wabash County. Wabash City Schools serve about 1,551 students in grades PK and K-12, with a 14-1 student-teacher ratio. The Metropolitan School District of Wabash County has 2,096 students (grades PK and K-12), with 42% of students at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.

Culture and Arts 

Did you know? Wabash is home to one of Indiana’s largest movie screens—but that’s not all! The city also boasts a premier performing arts and concert venue, a drive-in, an educational museum and much more.

The Eagles Theatre was constructed in 1906. Yes, it has one of Indiana’s largest movie screens, but it also has an additional theater, music lesson rooms, recording studios and a grand ballroom. Stop in and catch a show! Or, check out 13-24 Drive In during the summer.

Built in 1952 by Mark C. Honeywell, the Honeywell Center offers concerts, performances and more. If you’re looking for dinner and a show, stop by Eugenia’s Restaurant in the Honeywell Center before watching a performance.

For an educational and entertaining experience in Wabash, head over to the Wabash County Museum. Find out more about Wabash through fascinating exhibits and events.

Outdoor Recreation

The city of Wabash is not short of outdoor experiences. With a variety of parks and trails in the area, and other opportunities nearby—feel free to get outside in Wabash!

Visit Paradise Spring Historical Park for a unique and entertaining experience in the outdoors. Explore vintage cabins, reenactments, music, festivals and more in this historical park. Other popular parks include Wabash City Park, Honeywell Park and Pool, Hanna Park and more.

Explore Wabash via park and pedestrian trails. Run, walk or bike the Wabash Cultural Trail (1.47 miles), Paradise Spring Riverwalk Trail (0.82 miles) or the Wabash Riverwalk Trail (0.75 miles).

Food 

Are you in the mood for pizza? Mexican food? Bacon and eggs? Whatever you’re craving, you can find it near Wabash!

Stop by Harvey Hinklemeyers for pizza, sandwiches, Italian entrees and more. Or visit Twenty at Charley Creek Inn for an elevated dining experience (try the lobster mac and cheese or bacon-wrapped dates).

Mi Pueblo Mexican Restaurant and Habanero Grill and Cantina are considered some of the top Mexican restaurants in town. Head over to The Fried Egg for pancakes, waffles, omelets and more!

Find even more mouthwatering culinary experiences in and around Wabash on this list.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We understand you have questions, so we’ve answered some of the most common ones below. If you have any questions not answered here, reach out to any of our locations or our Care Center at 833-786-7366.

Q: How much is a storage unit in Wabash, IN?

A: The cost of a storage unit in Wabash varies depending on a few factors. Unit size, amenities, features and facility location can affect the price of self-storage. We ensure you always get our best rates by shopping the competition. Click over to our store pages for rates and promotions. 

Q: What can fit in a 5x5 storage unit?

A: A 5x5 storage unit is 25 sq. ft., about the size of a small closet. These units are ideal for small furnishings, outdoor gear, boxes and bins. 

Q: What can I fit in a 10x10 storage unit? 

A: A 10x10 storage unit is 100 sq. ft., about half the size of a one-car garage. These units offer enough space to store the contents of a one-bedroom apartment, or up to three rooms. 

Q: Is it illegal to live in a storage unit in Indiana?

A: Yes, it is illegal to live in a storage unit in Indiana. It’s also against local housing laws, and is very dangerous. (Storage units lack running water, plumbing and power.)

 

What’s Next?

Store Space is located right in town—bringing everyone in Wabash professional storage solutions for less!

We understand that security is on the top of your priority list, so we offer advanced features to give you peace of mind. You’ll also get an easy move-in, convenient online account access and superior customer service.

Start renting today! Complete a Touchless Rental online on our store pages, or by phone at 833-786-7366. We never charge a security deposit, and reservations are always free.

Check out our facility in Wabash, or our other locations in Indiana or around the U.S. Just use our storage finder to locate your nearest facility.



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