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Garages for rent in Barnesville, GA

20 x 15 Garage in Barnesville, Georgia near [object Object]



20’ × 15

Barnesville, Georgia

4.7 mi

near 528 McCollum Rd

Security Camera

Locked Area

No Stairs

$150/ mo

20 x 10 Garage in Locust Grove, Georgia near [object Object]



20’ × 10

Locust Grove, Georgia

21.3 mi

near 387 Colvin Dr

Private Entrance

$101/ mo

20 x 20 Garage in Hampton, Georgia near [object Object]



20’ × 20

Hampton, Georgia

27.9 mi

near 1008 Cottonwood Ln

Security Camera


  1st month

$140/ mo

26 x 12 Garage in Roberta, Georgia near [object Object]



26’ × 12


Roberta, Georgia

24.3 mi

near 62 Charlett Dr

Private Entrance

Security Camera

Locked Area

$100/ mo

36 x 22 Garage in Macon, Georgia near [object Object]



36’ × 22

Macon, Georgia

24.3 mi

near 7411 Deerfield Ct

Security Camera

Locked Area

Smoke Free


  1st month

$245/ mo

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FAQs About garages in Barnesville, Georgia

The cost of garages in Barnesville is influenced by factors such as location, size, security and accessibility. Proximity to local landmarks and facilities, as well as the availability of additional services, may also affect the pricing.

To determine the right garage size, consider the dimensions of your vehicle and the amount of storage or workspace you require. Make sure there is enough space for your vehicle, plus any additional items such as tools, equipment, and spare parts.

For long-term storage in a Barnesville garage, it is essential to prepare your vehicle by performing proper maintenance, including cleaning the exterior and interior, filling up the gas tank, checking fluids, and disconnecting the battery. Additionally, covering your vehicle and using a tire jack to prevent flat spots on your tires will maintain its condition during storage.