Pasco, Washington and the Tri-Cities are all bright spots within the state of Washington. While the Tri-Cities area gains much of its notoriety from its name, Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland actually form the area’s trifecta. Together, these three bordering cities make up one big community, which at times appears to be just one big city. While residents of these three areas mingle within the community boundaries, the need to supply space is in high demand. So, self-storage in Pasco, WA was born.
With lots of sunshine and little rain, (especially compared to Western Washington), Pasco is a haven for summer recreation and bustling suburban living. Located at the confluence of the Snake, Yakima and Columbia rivers, water sport enthusiasts flock to the area to experience its unique nature and water recreation.
Pasco is an area that is growing with exciting changes every day. With the rapid growth of desirable housing, family-friendly atmosphere, and exciting local business growth, the Tri-Cities area is becoming even more “the place to be.”
Demand for self-storage comes right along with community growth such as this. Keylock Storage in the Tri-Cities area is where residents go for their self-storage needs.
Conveniently located off US 395 and close to multiple neighborhoods and recreational areas, residents enjoy storing at Keylock in Pasco, WA, to keep their boats, RVs, house items, camping gear, and more secure.
The confluence of the Snake, Yakima, and Columbia rivers are moments away from Keylock Storage in Pasco. Water sports and recreation are a way of life in the Tri-Cities area. Boating, fishing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, and swimming are popular for residents and tourists alike.
If you want to get your boat and out on the water quickly and easily — check out our boat storage options Keylock Storage in Pasco. The facility is right off US 395 and Keylock has automatic gates and convenient drive-up storage units. During the boating season, don’t worry about taking extra time to deal with your self-storage — Keylock offers many convenient ways to pay including auto-pay and online pay.
Be sure, too, to ask about our car and RV storage availabilities. We offer storage for all of the above!
Pasco, Washington is very close to multiple universities, including Washington State University Tri-Cities, Columbia Basin College and Heritage University at Columbia Basin College in the Tri-Cities. As a student, you’ll likely experience an off semester, pick up a job, go home for a month or two or need to store your vehicle somewhere without getting booted. So, if you’re on your way to university, drop by Keylock Storage to check out your self-storage options in Pasco, WA.
Your prized possessions deserve to be stored somewhere you trust. Having options like climate-controlled units, vehicle storage and packing supplies available on-site means that you can have peace of mind when renting your storage unit. With our pristine and secure facility, you can experience all the benefits of renting from a business you trust. Drop by or visit us online to reserve your unit today.
“We used the temperature controlled units. Price was extremely competitive (if not cheapest). Office staff super friendly and easy to work with. Check out process simple with only 5 days written notice. Highly recommend KeyLock..”
“They're all so nice, and very helpful.”
“The manager Lisa is excellent and professional goes above and beyond to ensure a good rental experience. Facility is large and secure and above all extremely clean. Would give ten stars if I could.”
“Much cleaner than the other places we looked at. They have a LOT of units here (+450). We compared them to other "clean" places and this was the best.....”
Unit sizes advertised for rent are approximate only and units at the self-storage facility may differ slightly in shape and/or size. Customers should inspect the actual unit to be rented before signing a rental agreement and should base the decision to rent on the inspection of the unit and not on the advertised unit size. Rental amounts for a particular unit are not based on square footage measurements.