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- Commercial Storage
- Drive-up Access
- Free Lock at Move In
- Gated Entry
- Indoor Vehicle Storage
- Online Bill Pay
- Online Rental
- RV, Car, Boat
- Rental by Phone
- Se Habla Espanol
Storage in Round Rock, TX
Round Rock Mini Storage is a locally owned central Texas self storage brand, proudly serving our neighbor's self storage needs. We take pride in our friendly management style at our Round Rock storage facilities. We know many of our self storage customers by name. Not only are we a relationally-based business, we also offer the best storage deals in town. Our affordable self storage allows our customers to keep their storage units long-term, to de-clutter their home, store extra inventory for their small business, or to actually make room in their garage for their car!
- Affordable self storage
- Clean storage facilities
- Boat storage (at selected sites)
- Extra large storage spaces for large vehicles, boats, and Rvs (at selected sites)
- Drive up storage units
- Uncovered RV, auto and boat storage (at selected sites)
About Round Rock
In terms of square mileage, Round Rock isn’t very big, but you’ll find that Round Rock has everything you need to succeed. Round Rock offers top talent, superior real estate, an unparalleled quality of life, and is home to world-class businesses.
Ideally situated along Interstate 35, just north of the state capitol in Austin and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, Round Rock offers easy access to hospitals, colleges, world-class shopping, hotels, museums, and more. Round Rock is one of the nation’s most economically vibrant cities, and we are committed to supporting, encouraging, and fostering success in our community. Round Rock is ranked one of the fastest growing cities in the United States and one of the coolest
burbs in America, showing that people not only want to work here, but want to live here as well. Round Rock is the corporate headquarters of Dell Technologies.
Round Rock boasts an extensive park system that supports a healthy and active lifestyle. With 1,700 developed acres there is a space for everyone to explore including specialty parks like the Dog Depot Dog Park and the Play for All Abilities Park.
Live an active lifestyle while enjoying the outdoors. Round Rock has over eighteen miles of hike and bike trails. You can explore Round Rock’s outdoor recreation in a scenic, natural environment. We are always working to extend our outdoor time.
Round Rock is the ultimate choice for amateur, youth, and recreational sports. From basketball to volleyball you’ll find it all in Round Rock. We are also home to the Round Rock Express minor league baseball team, the AAA affiliate of the Texas Rangers.
Round Rock History
Round Rock, Texas, was established on the north bank of Brushy Creek where Jacob M. Harrell, formerly a blacksmith in Austin, set up his shop during the spring of 1848. The settlement was first called Brushy Creek. Thomas C. Oatts, who became the first postmaster in 1851, was asked by postal officials to submit another name, and on August 24, 1854, the town officially became Round Rock, as suggested by Oatts and Harrell, who often fished together from a large anvil-shaped limestone rock in Brushy Creek near their homes. The Chisholm Trail, used by early cattle drivers on their way to Kansas, passed through Round Rock, crossing Brushy Creek near the rock.
During the first six decades of the 20th century, Round Rock had a population between 1,000 and 1,400. The town began to grow in the 1960s and became the site of much historic restoration and preservation work. The 1970s brought dramatic growth, as nearby Austin expanded and brought large-scale development to Round Rock. The town became a bedroom community for Austin and a site for manufacturing and industry. Its population rose between 1970 and 1980 from 2,811 to 11,812. Growth continued in the 1980s as the city became home to several computer-related industries, including Dell and over 300 retail businesses. Today, the greater Round Rock population is approximately 155,000.