Features - Involving RV/Boat Storage
- State of the Art Facility
- 24 Hour Digital Cameras
- Open 7 Days a Week
- Commercial Deliveries Accepted
- RV & Boat Storage
- Business & Personal Storage
- Variety of Sizes to Meet Your Needs
- Month to Month Rentals
- We Sell Boxes, Locks & Moving Supplies
- On Site Manager
- All Units Have Drive Up Access
From the 710N
Exit 710N at Firestone Blvd
Right on Firestone Blvd
From the 710S
Exit 710S at Firestone Blvd
Left on Firestone Blvd
From the 605N
Exit 605N at Firestone Blvd
Left on Firestone Blvd
From the 605S
Exit 605S at Firestone Blvd
Right on Firestone Blvd
Storage Outlet RV and Self Storage has been serving the self storage needs of the South Gate, California community for 10 years. Conveniently located near South Gate Towne Center and the Home Depot Center, we're located on Firestone Blvd. between Garfield and Old River School Road. Our modern storage facility was designed with your convenience in mind. Our storage units are all drive up, Open 7 days a week, and 24 hour video recording. We also offer safe, secure RV (or motor home), boat, toy hauler and trailer storage to fit any need, big or small. So, if you are looking for RV or boat storage in South Gate, Storage Outlet is the answer.
With 24 hour access available and on line payment options, we're ready when you are so you can tailor your storage experience to fit your schedule.
Serving the Southgate and Downey area including Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Maywood, Huntington Park and nearby communities.
In the summer of 1769, a group of Spanish explorers set out from the coast of San Diego to explore the uncharted territory between San Diego and the Bay of Monterey. With them was Father Juan Crespi, considered by historians to be one of the great diarists of the new world explorations. His daily entries were remarkably revealing of the country through which the caravan passed. They proceeded in the general direction of the San Gabriel Valley, across the Los Angeles River, which Crespi named "Porciuncula" on August 2, 1769.
There would be no history of South Gate without including the story of the Lugo Spanish Land Grant. That grant encompassed a great part of what is now the City of South Gate and is a vital and colorful part of this area's history.
Before the end of the 1870's, much of the original land grant had been replaced by 40 acre tracts. By 1880, cattle raising had been replaced by agriculture as the most important local industry. During the years between 1910 and 1940, most of the agricultural land was replaced by homes and factories. Today, with the land divided by freeways, it is not easy to imagine it as a vast plain stretching from the mountains to the sea as it was in those early years.
Incorporated on January 20, 1923, South Gate is the sixteenth largest city in Los Angeles County and encompasses 7.5 square miles. South Gate is located just 12 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.
Schools located in South Gate include: 16 public (12 elementary, 2 high school and 2 middle high school) and two parochial schools. Adult Education classes are conducted at both the junior and senior high schools. The City is also served by 3 community colleges (Compton, Cerritos and East Los Angeles--main campus and South Gate satellite) and 3 California State Universities (Dominguez Hills, Long Beach and Los Angeles.)
There are 9 parks in the City of South Gate, representing over 65 acres of recreational area. They include: Circle Park, Hollydale Community Park, Cesar Chavez Park, Gardendale Tot Lot, Hollydale Park, South Gate Park, Stanford Avenue Park and State Street Park. The 96 acre South Gate Park is home to the Municipal Auditorium, the Girls' Clubhouse, the Sports Center, the Senior Citizen Building, a 3 par golf course, an Olympic size indoor swimming pool, 6 tennis courts, 6 indoor basketball courts, 10 outdoor basketball courts and 10 baseball fields (9 lighted). Access to the Southern Avenue Bike Pedestrian Way and the Rio Hondo Bicycle Trail is conveniently located within the City.
Packing and Storage Tips:
Lets Start With The Ten Commandments of Self Storage
1-Use boxes that are the same in size - they will stack up much easier and utilize the space you have much better.
2-As you stack, place heavy boxes on the bottom and lighter on the top. Seems logical but we have seen many a crumbled box.
3-Make sure that you leave walkways between boxes so you can have ready access.
4-Half full boxes tend to collapse easier during stacking.
5-Leave a little space between your unit walls and boxes - helps air circulate
6-Storing a refrigerator or washer/dryer? Leave doors slightly ajar this can help prevent mold from growing.
7-NO flammables or combustibles allowed in any of the storage units.
8-Photo or Video document your stored items thoroughly.
9-Label your boxes for quick identification.
10-Bubble wrap and newspaper fragile items.