Locally Owned & Managed Facility


Newburgh Storage King is a locally owned and managed storage facility located in Newburgh, Indiana. Start storing today!

Self Storage Units in Newburgh

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Lock In Your Monthly Rate for 12 Months

Self Storage Units Near You

Find Newburgh Storage King at 4006 Trinity Drive, just 3.6 miles from downtown Newburgh, IN. We’re happy to serve Evansville, Boonville, Chandler, and several other surrounding areas. Find affordable storage unit prices and more at Newburgh Storage King. Visit us during normal business hours!

Mini Storage Solutions

We’re dedicated to providing our tenants with the best customer service. Whether you have short or long-term needs, you’re guaranteed to have the best storage experience at Newburgh Storage King!
Everything you store will stay in great condition at our facility. We offer 24-hour video surveillance, electronic gate entry, and perimeter fencing. We also offer climate-controlled units for additional security against intense temperatures and humidity.

Check Out What Our Customers Are Saying

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Brandy and Casey Cox on 04/26/2024
We love Newburgh storage king. We have been renting for over 3 years with no problems. The property is very clean with easy access. The owner, Lee Anne has been great. Will recommend anyone looking for a storage.
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Tara McCoy on 04/01/2024
Newburgh Storage King has been very professional, with a clean facility and no active insect problems. Always let you know of any changes at the facility with a 30 day notice. Had a climate controlled unit. Would use again in the future if need arises.
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Don and Jackie Van Dam on 02/15/2024
This is a safe, secure, clean climate controlled facility where we stored our belongings for just over four years. We usually visited once a year when in the area and always found it well maintained. We always got quick response to inquiries with management. The only negative we found was the lack of a bathroom on site when unloading and loading our belongings requiring us to exit the facility to relieve ourselves.