Luggage Storage Santa Rosa

Instantly reserve the best locations in Santa Rosa to store your luggage for just $5.90/ day

$5000 insurance included

Security seals provided for max safekeeping

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How it works

  • Book online

    Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.

  • Drop off items

    Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.

  • Enjoy the city

    Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!

Store Your Luggage Around Santa Rosa with Bounce

Santa Rosa is located just north of San Francisco, in the heart of wine country. This vibrant city is a laid back, charming place to visit with plenty of outdoor adventures, great restaurants to try, and, of course, many wineries to check out. When you plan your trip to Santa Rosa, choose to store your bags with Bounce, enabling you to travel around the city easily. Without luggage worries, you can discover the fantastic things Santa Rosa has to offer. Find a convenient Bounce location, check your bags both big and small, and then head out to see the cool, vivacious city of Santa Rosa.

Luggage Storage in Santa Rosa

With all there is to do and see in Santa Rosa, you do not want to be burdened with luggage. If you live in the city and need a spot to store your bags in between meetings, Bounce can work for you, too. Bounce is a safe and secure place to store your gear for as long or as short of a time as you’d like. Check your bags, pay a low fee for the day, and then freely tour this amazing city in a stress-free way. 

Santa Rosa City Guide

Top Things to Do in Santa Rosa

From wineries to hiking trails, restaurants to shopping centers, you will find that there is a lot to keep you on the go in Santa Rosa. Here are a few of the top-rated places to visit around the city that you definitely do not want to miss. 


Santa Rosa has plenty of quaint museums to explore. Unique museums fill the city and you will see art like you have never seen before. The eclectic nature of the city has attracted some incredible art installations!

  • Patrick Amiot Junk Art: Original art installations are all made using recycled material or “junk.” The whimsical creations are fun to see and exciting to ponder.   

  • Charles M Schulz Museum: Every Charlie Brown lover needs to stop by this iconic museum, which celebrates the artist and creator of the classic Charlie Brown comics.  

  • Children’s Museum of Sonoma County: If you are traveling with kids, you must plan a trip to the children’s museum, which has lots to see, do, and touch.    


In the market for original art, new clothes or some fun trinkets to bring home and remember your trip by? These shopping districts in Santa Rosa will have just what you need. 

  • The Barlow: This massive outdoor market features local foods, wines, and crafts made by area artisans. Bring your dog as they are welcome to shop here as well.  

  • Antique Society: Lots of dealers are selling their antique wares in this eclectic shopping location. You are bound to find an interesting item to take home. 

  • Santa Rosa Plaza: With 120 classic stores, the Santa Rosa plaza will meet all your basic shopping needs and then some. Local, regional, and national retailers are represented here. 


With numerous farms and wineries all around Santa Rosa, the area restaurants are privy to some of the best eateries on the West Coast. Give these hot spots a try while you visit this foodie city. 

  • Flower and Bone: Using ancient cooking techniques, this top restaurant is known for making everything from scratch, including the gold-dusted truffles for dessert!  

  • Yeti: Amazing Indian and Nepali food is what you will find at Yeti. Be sure to stop by for a Sunday brunch experience unlike any other. 

  • Criminal Baking Co: A unique bakery that features plenty of vegan baked goods. Lunch options are also available such as fresh, customizable quinoa bowls.   

Frequently asked questions

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Santa Rosa?

    Santa Rosa offers several scenic parks including Spring Lake Park, Martin Luther King Junior Park, and Sonoma County Fairgrounds.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Santa Rosa?

    You can find local tourist information at Santa Rosa Convention & Visitors Bureau & California Welcome Center and Guidepost. Additionally, guideposts can be accessed at Guidepost to make the most of your trip.

  • Where can I store my luggage in Santa Rosa?

    We've partnered with local Santa Rosa businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.