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1 - 12 of 12 storage facilities near Daytona Beach, FL
Extra Space Storage - 7028 - Port Orange - Journeys End Way - 5850 Journey's End Way
Ormond Condo Storage LLC - 11 Coolidge Avenue
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Acorn Mini Storage of Port OrangePort Orange FL 321289.7 miles away
Public Storage - South Daytona - 2450 S Nova Road - 2450 S Nova Road
Public Storage - Daytona Beach - 1144 Beville Road - 1144 Beville Road
Public Storage - Daytona Beach - 350 N Nova Road - 350 N Nova Road
CubeSmart Self Storage - FL New Smyrna Beach Pioneer Trail - 1375 Pioneer Trail
CubeSmart Self Storage - New Smyrna Beach - 1865 Renzulli Road
Extra Space Storage - 7417 - Daytona Beach - LPGA Blvd - 2085 LPGA Boulevard
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Moving to Daytona Beach

With around 75,000 residents, Daytona Beach is a small city on the Atlantic coast of Central Florida, in Volusia County. Very popular with retirees and as a spring break destination, it is also widely known among motorsports enthusiasts for hosting several large events throughout the year and being home to the NASCAR headquarters.

If you decide to move to Daytona Beach, we recommend looking into its economy, education, and neighborhoods before calling it your home to make sure you don't miss out on important details.

What To Expect From Daytona Beach

Ranking in the top 10 best places to retire, safest places to live, and best places to live in Florida, according to U.S. News, Daytona Beach has an appeal that goes beyond a vacation spot. Although its main income is drawn from the tourist industry, with over 9 million visitors every year, its economy is also shaped by manufacturing, retail trade, and healthcare.

The Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach MSA is home to six universities and colleges, four of which are located within Daytona Beach, and it is served by two major interstate highways and an international airport. Along with high-quality healthcare and great weather all year round, all these set the ground for an ideal relocation destination.

Students going home for the summer, businesses with lots of documents to keep on file, and temporary residents looking to benefit from the region's mild winters should also consider renting storage units in Daytona Beach. Even though temperatures don't soar much in the warm season, humidity can get pretty high, which is why climate-controlled storage units are the best option for all needs.

Living in and Around Daytona Beach

With white sandy beaches all around, over 10 beachfront parks, a famous race track, and plenty of water activities and trails to explore, Daytona Beach has fun for all ages and all seasons. But how do you know which area suits you best before you decide to move here?

If you want to make the most of living on the Atlantic shore, choose a coastal neighborhood, like Ortona, Seabreeze Historic District, or Daytona Beach Shores. You can also explore Wilbur-By-The-Sea and Ponce Inlet further south, or Ormond-By-The-Sea to the north. All these have lots of vacation homes, great restaurants, and shopping options. Although not very walkable, you can easily get around with as little as a golf cart.

Holly Hill

Sandwiched between Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach, Holly Hill is a small city along the Halifax River, located entirely on the mainland. It has several parks, including a dog park, and offers many recreational opportunities, with fishing and picnicking among the local favorites.

South Daytona/Port Orange

Similar in size to Holly Hill, South Daytona is a residential and business-friendly community with over 10 parks and sports facilities, a community center, and a youth activity center. Nearby Port Orange is about five times bigger and equally dedicated to nature lovers and leisure seekers. Dunlatown Sugar Mill Gardens is a nice historical and botanical park in Port Orange that preserves the ruins of a 19th-century sugar mill, while also presenting Florida's flora and fauna.

Have You Made up Your Mind?

With plenty of outdoor activities for all, especially water sports and motorsports, Daytona Beach is an attractive destination for more than just a season. Whether you are planning to move here for a career change, to continue your studies, or to establish or expand a small business, don't forget to look for Daytona beach storage, it will make the moving process much easier and you will be able to keep all your belongings in a safe unit all year around.

How much do storage units cost in Daytona Beach?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units inDaytona Beachis unit size. Larger storage units. like 10x10 and bigger, will generally cost more than smaller storage units, which range from 5x5 to 5x10 in size. Other factors that can increase self-storage prices include the storage unit amenities and special features. Self-storage facilities in Daytona Beach that offer additional amenities like indoor climate control, 24-hour storage access, extra security features, and added conveniences like first floor storage options and elevators tend to be more expensive than storage facilities that offer basic services.

No matter what your storage needs are, you can easily find a cheap storage unit in Daytona Beach. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Average Monthly Price of Self Storage in Daytona Beach

Based on 91 storage units in Daytona Beach over the past 180 days.

$126.06

Down$22.16
Compared to last month

Affordable storage options in Daytona Beach

  • 5x10 Unit

    $62.00$101.25
  • 10x10 Unit

    $116.00$163.65
  • 10x15 Unit

    $178.00$196
  • 10x20 Unit

    $167.00$214.08
Average prices last updated on 06-01-2024.
Average price of storage units by size

Find online move-in rates and specials like first month half off and first month FREE at select Daytona Beach, Florida storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in Daytona Beach, Florida for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$76.85$50.00
5 x 10$101.25$62.00
10 x 10$163.65$116.00
10 x 15$196.00$178.00
10 x 20$214.08$167.00

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Daytona Beach, Florida over the past 180 days is $113.54.

Data for the cheapest self-storage unit is updated every 15 minutes.

Frequently asked questions

What are the most common sizes of self storage units?

Self storage units frequently come in several common sizes, including but not limited to: 5 x 5 feet (for storing small items), 5 x 10 feet (a room's worth of belongings), 10 x 10 feet (usually accommodating two to three rooms), 10 x 15 feet (for three to four rooms), and 10 x 20 feet (equivalent space for five to seven rooms or a vehicle storage).

What factors should I consider when deciding how big of a storage unit I need?

Some of the factors to consider when choosing a storage unit size include: the volume and size of the items to be stored, potential growth of belongings, access to items while in storage (requiring more space), and the cost per square foot.

Is a 10 x 15 storage unit sufficient for a two-bedroom apartment?

A 10 x 15 storage unit can usually accommodate the items from a two-bedroom apartment. However, if you have an extensive amount of furniture or large appliances, you might need a bigger unit.

What is the typical cost of a storage unit?

The average price of a storage unit in Daytona Beach is $113.54.

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