West Coast Self-Storage of Padden Parkway
8006 NE 72nd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98665
Summer Specials Going on Now on Select Sizes!
Self Storage NE 72nd Ave Vancouver, WA
Vancouver, Washington storage customers now have a clean, secure place to store their stuff. West Coast Self-Storage of Padden Parkway was established in 2011 to be the area’s preeminent storage facility. We’re located in the Sunnyside – Walnut Grove area of Vancouver, WA just east of the intersection of NE Padden Pkwy and NE Andresen Rd at the north end of NE 72nd Ave. We’re easily accessible from the 205 freeway, so you can get in and out without the hassle. And we’re close to the neighborhoods of Five Corners, Hazel Dell, Barberton and Orchards.
Self Storage That Comes in All Sizes
Our storage units can solve all your storage needs, whether they be large or small. Our indoor mini storage units range in size from 5×5 units to 10×15. And our outside, drive-up access storage units are as big as 10×30. Best of all, our units are heated!
Covered Loading Area
We won’t leave you out in the rain. Our covered loading and unloading area makes it easy to transport your storage items in and out of our facility.
Secure Storage Units
We provide high-grade security measures including 24-hour video surveillance and personalized pin-code access to ensure your possessions will be there tomorrow, the next day, and the day after that.
Storage Near Walnut Grove, Five Corners, or Hazel Dell North
If you live near Walnut Grove, WA, Five Corners, WA, Hazel Dell North, WA or surrounding areas, West Coast Self-Storage of Padden Parkway of Vancouver, WA is conveniently located to meet your self-storage needs. And if you work or shop near NE Fourth Plain Blvd. we’re just two miles up Hwy I-205. Give us a call at (360) 883-9555 to reserve a storage space today!
Package Delivery Acceptance
If you need a safe, secure way to get your packages, we offer our package delivery acceptance service. Just have the package delivered to our address. We’ll put into your storage unit to retrieve whenever you want.
Customer Referral Program
You can get up to a $50 credit on rental when you refer a new customer to us. It’s our way of saying “Thank you” for spreading the word!
2 Great Locations in Vancouver
Whether you’re on the North side or in East Vancouver we have storage space for you. Not finding what you’re looking for here? Visit our other location at 501 SE 164th near Mill Plain.
Our drive-up storage units allow you to pull your vehicle right up to your unit for easy loading and unloading. Our indoor units keep you out of the elements and our free-use moving dollies make it easy to get your belongings into your unit.
No need to drive all over town looking for the right boxes and supplies to get packed up for a move. We carry a wide variety of everything you’ll need.
Vancouver Moving Trucks
West Coast Self-Storage of Padden Parkway is an authorized U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer so you can rent your next truck from our convenient location.
Things to Do in Vancouver, Washington
Vancouver has several great music options including the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, focusing on classical revival, as well as Two excellent outdoor venues: the Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, which features the hottest musicians on tour, and the Pavilion at Esther Short Park which hosts a summer concert series.
Pearson Air Museum
The Pearson Air Museum and the Jack Murdock Aviation Center help visitors get an inside look into the golden age of aviation. Learn about its history as a civilian air field as well as an historically significant Army Air Corp Field.
The Clark County Historical Museum
The Clark County Historical Museum is located inside Vancouver’s 1909 Carnegie Library and offers a number of rotating exhibits around Native American settlements, prehistoric archaeology, and territorial and statehood history.
The Vancouver Brewfest is one of three annual brew festivals held each year. Begun in 2012, the event features over 30 local breweries along with music, food and games.
The aforementioned Fort Vancouver has been rebuilt, and is open for tours Tuesday-Saturdays. Learn how the fort has evolved from simple fur trading post to the first Army post in the Pacific Northwest.
To learn more about Vancouver, check out our blog post, 7 Best Neighborhoods to Live in – Vancouver, Washington.