PODS Moving & Storage Greensboro
Get it & load it
We deliver your container, and to ensure your safety, PODS is a contactless service so you don't need to meet your driver. Take your time loading on your schedule, right in your driveway. If you want help, your PODS personal moving and storage team will connect you with local packing and loading companies.
At-home storage gives you the flexibility you need, whether you want easy storage just steps away, or you want to take your time packing and loading.
If you need temporary storage, we'll pick up your loaded container and bring it to a local PODS Storage Center, where it will be safe, secure, and easily accessible until you need it again.
Greensboro Moving Solutions
Greensboro Storage Solutions
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Moving to Greensboro
Greensboro has a population of roughly 287,000 as of 2016, and that number is increasing continually. Thousands of workers come to the area each year to contribute to the city's growing manufacturing and retail industries. And along with that influx has come a budding community and expanding local culture, making room for new bars, restaurants, and attractions while still preserving the city's history.
Despite Greensboro's growth, you'll have no problem finding peace and quiet nearby. Dozens of parks are scattered throughout the area, and larger spaces such as Bur-Mil Park and Hagan-Stone Park are within an easy drive of anywhere in Greensboro. In the summer, you can reach North Carolina's beaches with a roughly three-hour road trip. Lake Townsend, Lake Brandt, and Lake Higgins are just north of downtown if you'd like to cool off closer to the city. Wet'n Wild Emerald Pointe Water Park is also in Greensboro.
The city is also home to some gorgeous, peaceful, and fun neighborhoods. Woodridge, for example, is between the Greensboro Science Center and Lake Jeanette. Closer to downtown you'll find the Fisher Park neighborhood near the Greensboro Children's Museum and other green spaces. Spots such as College Hill and other neighborhoods east of downtown are popular for their proximity to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Greensboro College.
Things to Do and See in Greensboro
• Greensboro Science Center: This museum and zoological park features a 12-acre zoo and an indoor theater showcasing educational films.
• The Bog Garden: This is a free nature preserve and botanical garden. If you prefer hiking, you'll find plenty of trails along a wetlands area.
• Haw River State Park: A more remote and larger area than Bog Garden, this 1,425-acre space is a great option if you want to go camping, hiking, or kayaking away from the city.