Find RV Storage Near You

When you need quality RV storage you want to find a location that's close to you and offers what you're looking for. Most self-storage facilities don't have room to store an RV, even if they have space for smaller vehicles. But there are some great options if you look around a little, and you can choose one that gives your RV the type and level of protection you're looking for.


Don't settle for leaving your RV in your driveway, or storing it at a facility that doesn't give you peace of mind. Instead, take the time to find the right space and location. Whether you want an open space in a fenced yard or a carport-style spot, taking good care of your RV is important. Where you're located will affect the number of options you have, too, since a facility that allows for RVs requires plenty of space.


Benefits of an RV Storage Unit

There are some big benefits to an RV storage unit. The most important one is that your RV will be protected from the elements, and from anyone who might want to damage it. Since RVs can be expensive purchases, it's natural to want to keep it safe and in good working order. An RV is made to be outside, but that doesn't mean the elements don't take a toll on it over time. Storage can help reduce that and give you added security for the long term.


If you choose an RV storage facility that offers fully enclosed options or carport-style spaces, you'll keep a lot of sun and rain off your RV. You'll also reduce the chances of theft of vandalism, and know that your RV is being properly protected when you're not using it. There's no reason to keep it at your home when it takes up a lot of room and you don't have the opportunity to keep it covered. Especially if you have a homeowner's association, keeping it at your home might not even be an option.


You can also have more room in your driveway or yard when you use an RV storage solution, allowing you to do more things at your home. If you have a small yard or a shorter driveway, you might find that an RV simply takes up too much of it. But that doesn't mean you want to get rid of your RV, and choosing an RV storage unit is a great solution to your needs.


Another important benefit of a storage space is that you can come and get your RV whenever you need it. Make sure you choose a storage location that offers 24-hour access if that's important to you, or that has longer hours and weekend hours if you need to be able to get to your RV early in the morning, later in the evening, or on the weekends frequently.

Benefits of Renting RV storage


Storage for a Small RV - Small RVs have more opportunities for storage because they can fit into spaces that might not work for larger vehicles. With that in mind, you may want to look for a carport-style space for your RV, or even for a large storage unit it may fit into. Some of the smallest RVs fit into big storage units, so that may be an option for you, as long as vehicles are allowed there. Before renting a unit, make sure you carefully measure your RV, so you know what size unit will be right for your needs.


Protect Your RV Before Storing - Before you put your RV into storage, you'll want to make sure to protect it. That can mean winterizing it if it's going to be sitting outdoors in a carport-style space or an open lot during cold weather. You may also want to have the oil changed and basic maintenance performed, no matter what time of year you put your RV into storage. Additionally, make any repairs that are needed, and ensure you're choosing a good facility that has proper protection, such as gated access and security cameras. Then you can have peace of mind.


HOA Restrictions - Another reason you might need RV storage is HOA restrictions. If you live in a neighborhood that has an HOA in place, there may be regulations about what you can have in your yard or driveway. That could mean you can't leave your RV parked there, and have to store it somewhere else. An RV storage facility can be a great option, so you have a protected place to keep it and you're not in any trouble for violating HOA rules. If you choose a facility with good access you can get to your RV anytime you need to.


Storing Your RV in Your Garage - Anyone who wants to store their RV in their garage may not have the room to do that. A small RV might fit inside a standard garage if the door is taller than average, but in most cases RVs are too tall to be driven into a garage. Even if there's enough room inside, it won't clear the doorway and will need to be parked elsewhere. That's when a storage facility can come in very handy, as a great place to keep your RV safe and secure when you can't put it in your garage.

Your RV Storage Solution

We are your RV storage solution, providing you with the storage spaces, security, and peace of mind you're looking for. There's no reason for you to keep your RV in your driveway, or park it somewhere you don't feel good about, when you can have the quality and value that works for your needs. The right storage space means your RV is protected when it's out of your sight, and you can get to it when you need to, as well. When you want to make sure your RV is safe and available to you, bring it to us for storage. Then you can go on with your plans and pick up your RV when you want to head out on vacation. In the meantime, you'll know it's safe, so you don't have to worry about it.

Different Types of RV Storage Units


Enclosed Storage for Your RV - Enclosed storage is like putting your RV in a garage. It may be an individual space similar to a standard self-storage unit, or it may be a space in a large building that can accommodate a lot of RVs parked together. Either way, you'll know that it's out of the elements and not something you need to worry about. Your RV will be protected from the elements, and this is the most secure option for it. Enclosed spaces can work particularly well if you plan to store your RV the majority of the time.


Covered Storage for Your RV - Another way to store your RV is in a covered storage space. These aren't as secure as enclosed spaces, but they're like parking your RV under a carport. The majority of the sun and rain will stay off your RV's roof, which can help it last longer. Protection from the elements is important to keep your RV looking great and needing less maintenance, but these spaces can be more economical than a fully enclosed location. You'll still have a very secure spot when you choose these options, because most facilities are gated and they often have cameras.


Uncovered Storage for Your RV - If you aren't worried about keeping your RV out of the elements, and you just need a secure space to park it, choosing an uncovered storage spot can be the right move. This will generally still be in a gated and protected location, but it won't be covered. There are RV covers you can use for added security, depending on the size and style of your RV. An uncovered location is the least expensive of the options for your RV, but it can still be the best decision for your storage needs.


Pricing Differences - All other things being equal, an open parking space for your RV is generally going to be the least expensive, followed by a carport-style space, followed by a fully enclosed space. However, the size of your RV can also matter. If you have a very large RV you might pay a similar amount for an open parking space as a person with a much smaller RV would pay for an enclosed or carport-style spot. Your location and the options the facility offers for access, protection, and more also matter when it comes to pricing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Technically, you may be allowed to park more than one RV in a space. That's up to the facility you choose, and of course the size of the RVs and the space are both very important. Unless you have very small RVs and a really large space, there probably won't be room to do that, even if it's allowed.

If you're leaving your RV in an open or carport-style space during the winter months, you may want to winterize it, cover it, or otherwise protect it. Doing things like keeping the battery up and protecting delicate systems from extreme weather will help your RV last longer, so you can use it when you need it.

The days and times you can access your RV will depend on the facility you choose for storage. Some facilities offer 24-hour access, and others keep more standard weekday and weekend hours. Before signing any contract with an RV storage facility, make sure you understand when you can access your RV.

Generally, an enclosed space is better for protecting your RV. But the kind of RV you have, its age and condition, how much you want to spend, and other factors all matter. You might actually be happier with an open parking space or carport-style option. Ultimately, you should choose what works best for your specific needs.

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