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Cross Creek Self-Storage
10661 Old Frontier Rd NW, Suite 201
Silverdale, WA 98383

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Office Hours

Mon – Sat: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Sun: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Access Hours

6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

365 Days a Year

Heated Units

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Secure Digital Access

24-Hour Digital Security Video

Moving Boxes & Packing Supplies

Easy Online Payment

Clean Well-Lit Facility

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Cross Creek Self-Storage

10661 Old Frontier Rd NW, Suite 201

Silverdale, WA 98383

New Customers

(360) 900-1119

Current Customers

(360) 698-1111

Office Hours

Mon – Sat: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Sun: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Access Hours

6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

365 Days a Year

Property Features

Heated Units

rv storage RV Storage

Secure Digital Access

24-Hour Digital Security Video

Moving Boxes & Packing Supplies

Easy Online Payment

Clean Well-Lit Facility

About Our Silverdale Self Storage Facility

If you’re looking for Silverdale storage options, you’ll want to put us at the top of the list. Why? Because we offer every amenity you could hope for when deciding on which storage company to go with. Here are just a few:

  • Advanced security measures including 24-hour video surveillance
  • All easy access drive up storage units
  • Heated storage units to protect your belongings
  • Full retail storage offering moving boxes and packing supplies
  • Easy payment options and lease terms
  • Knowledgeable storage professionals ready to serve you

Directions

From the North

Take Hwy 3 South to Trigger Ave. Go west on Trigger Ave for .3 miles. Turn left onto Old Frontier Rd. Drive 1.8 miles to Cross Creek.

From the South

Take Hwy 3 North. Take exit 45a toward Clear Creek Rd/Silverdale. Turn left onto WA-303 S/Kitsap Mall Blvd NW. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Greaves Way. Turn right onto Old Frontier Rd NW.

From the West

Head northeast on Seabeck Hwy NW toward Leeward Ave NW. Turn left onto NW Anderson Hill Rd. Turn left onto Old Frontier Rd NW. Turn left to stay on Old Frontier Rd NW.

From the East

Head south on Ogle Rd NE toward Brownsville Dock. Turn left onto Brownsville Hwy NE. Turn right onto WA-303 N/NE Waaga Way. Turn right onto Greaves Way. Turn right onto Old Frontier Rd NW.


About Silverdale, Washington

If you live in Silverdale, you already know what a gem it is. Home to roughly 19,000 people, Silverdale is not actually a city, but a census-designated place (aka unincorporated community) that is part of larger Kitsap County.
Long before Silverdale came into existence, the native Salish people lived throughout the Puget Sound area. When Captain George Vancouver came to the area in 1792, he named the area after one of his officers and declared it property of Great Britain. In 1853, the U.S. government signed a treaty with the Suquamish people that ceded most of the landed around the Kitsap Peninsula to the U.S. This event led to the first loggers arriving to the shore of Dyes Inlet in 1854. As the land around Silverdale was deforested from logging, new Scandinavian immigrants moved in in the 1880s to establish farms. A Farmer’s Cooperative was created in 1887 by area farmers to allow them to sell surplus crops, eggs, milk, and chicken to Seattle and Bremerton markets. In 1920 the Port of Silverdale was founded, which became a destination point for ferries and commerce around the county and to Seattle.
Today, Silverdale is a hub for shopping and dining primarily divided into two separate areas: Old Town Silverdale along Dyes Inlet, and the Kitsap Mall area featuring big box stores and restaurants.

10661 Old Frontier Rd NW, Suite 201

Silverdale, WA 98383

Ph. (360) 698-1111

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