Need a Moving Truck Rental to or from Memphis?
If you're considering a full-service moving truck rental, try Estes SureMove instead.
Estes SureMove makes moving your household goods simple and convenient. You still get to do the packing and loading…but we drive the big truck. Also, you pay only for the trailer space you use. And unlike many moving options, our price includes the fuel. So if you're moving to or from Memphis, TN—or the surrounding area (including Bartlett, West Memphis and Marion)—here's how SureMove works:
- We drop off one of our spacious trailers at your home.
- You pack and load it with your household goods.
- We take the trailer to your new residence.
- You unload your belongings, move in…and save!
Memphis is known as The Birthplace of the Blues, The Hometown of the King of Rock 'n Roll (Elvis!)…and even The Pork Barbecue Capital of the World. Located in the southwest corner of Tennessee at the confluence of the Mississippi and Wolf rivers, this bustling city has one of the world's busiest cargo airports and is the fourth-busiest inland port in the nation. It's a big city…but without the big city prices. In fact, Memphis is rated as one of the most affordable cities in the United States.
If your moving truck rental is heading to Memphis, you'll join about 650,000 residents (“Memphians”) who live within the city limits. Founded in 1819, Memphis—nicknamed The River City and The Bluff City—is where you'll find a remarkable array of neighborhoods that reflect the community's rich history. Several that you should tour include the South Main Arts District, Harbor Town, Cooper-Young, Central Gardens, Chickasaw Gardens, Douglass, Raleigh, Whitehaven, Hickory Hill and Riverside.
Although more than 1.3 million people live in the greater metropolitan area, there's still plenty of room for you to roam. And Memphis' 7,000-acre urban park system is one of the best of its kind in the nation to do just that. Its facilities include W.C. Handy Park, Overton Park (featuring the Old Forest Arboretum), Tom Lee Park, Audubon Park and the Lichterman Nature Center. There's also the Memphis Botanic Garden, Shelby Farms and Mud Island River Park.
Looking for more to see and do in Memphis? Popular area attractions that you need to visit (or visit at least once more if you're moving away) include the Memphis Zoo, Sun Studio, the Pyramid Arena, The Orpheum Theatre, Beale Street, the National Civil Rights Museum, Dixon Gallery and Gardens…and Elvis' home, Graceland. You also shouldn't miss The Children's Museum of Memphis, the Pink Palace, Chucalissa Indian Village, Historic Elmwood Cemetery, the Stax Museum and the Brooks Museum of Art. And for a real treat, drop by the historic Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis. That's where you'll see a fantastic 80-year-old tradition that repeats every day at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.: a parade of ducks that waddle from the building's rooftop into the hotel lobby's central fountain!
if you're one of the many people who will be relocating to or from Memphis or the surrounding area this year, make sure that your move is with SureMove. Just call SureMove toll-free at 866-347-2260 for more information about how we can help you with your Memphis interstate or cross country move.