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Denton, TX

Denton, TX

Denton, TX

Compare U-Pack® to Other Denton Moving Companies and Save!

If you don't mind participating in your own move, but don't want to worry about the grueling drive across the desolate Texas flatland, U-Pack® is definitely your best bet!  Check out our quick, simple process and compare to other Denton moving companies:

  • U-Pack® provides a moving container at your current home.
  • You pack.   There's no rush.  Take up to three business days!
  • U-Pack® takes back the container and heads to your new Denton neighborhood.
  • You unpack!  (With 3 more business days.)  It's Simple!

You can even get low-cost movers if you need help loading or unloading at either end. U-Pack's method of moving allows you to take your time.  Moving to Denton, TX doesn't mean you have to endure a stressful drive.  Our approach helps make moving easy (and easy on your budget).   We drive. You save.®  Free moving quotes from almost anywhere in the U.S. are just a phone call away or a click away - 800-355-1696.

Moving to Denton, TX-A Traditional Southern College Town

Considering moving to Denton, TX?  Here you will find a quick overview of why we believe moving to Denton, TX is a great choice for you and your family.  Denton is the 11th largest city in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex with a population of nearly 120,000, but it is actually 50 miles from downtown Dallas-nestled away from the bustle just west of breezy Lewisville Lake.  Denton is frequently characterized as a college town, separate from the extremes of Dallas and Fort Worth.  Locally known as "Little D" (Dallas of course being "Big D"), Denton still offers all the amenities of big city life, but without the big city price ticket. 

An Education on Denton, TX

There are two major universities in Denton, TX.  The largest is The University of North Texas (UNT).  This is also the fourth largest university in Texas with an enrollment of over 36,000 students.  Hundreds of transplants are moving to Denton, TX every year, so newcomers never feel like the oddball.  Below you will find a few more things you might want to know about this enticing area.

  • In 2006, Money magazine named Denton #58 out of the "Top 100 Best Places to Live in America."
  • College sports are a big deal in Denton!   A brand new state-of-the-art Football stadium was built in 2011 to host home games for UNT's football team, the Eagles (Also known as "The Mean Green"). 
  • Moving to Denton, TX is a great idea for anyone who prefers a warm, mild climate.  Many winters pass without any significant snowfall.
  • Bring your bike!  Denton has 312 miles of sidewalks, 8.2 miles of roads with combination pedestrian and bicycle facilities, 11.3 miles of roads with shared-lane capability, and 18.5 miles of trails.  Believe it or not, they're expanding!  In 2010, the city hired a bicycle consultant to advise the city on alternative transportation planning. 
  • Hollister, Barnes & Noble, Macy's, and Finish Line are just a few retail outlets available at the Golden Triangle Mall.  This mall is conveniently located just off I-35E.  There's even a theatre!
  • Denton is known for having an electric nightlife with cool local pubs and nightclubs.  When the sun goes down, check out Dan's Silverleaf or Andy's On The Square.


The service center for Denton, TX is located in Dallas, TX.

Information about Denton, TX

Est. Population: 122830
County: Denton
Latitude: 33.2167
Longitude: -97.1333
Zip Codes: 76201