Spacing to fit most any size!
You can store your RV, boat, car, or other toys in a safe and secure area
when you work with us. We have spaces to fit most any size ranging from
10 x 14 ft spaces for small cars or trailers to spaces fitting 44ft RVs
and everything in between; giving you even more options.
Give yourself peace-of-mind, bring your RV to our facility
We understand how much you love your RV, so make sure it is protected and secure. Our storage area has dusk to dawn lights, is fully gated, has individual pass code entry, and cameras.
Get affordable, reliable security for your RV
You can count on us to keep your RV secure. With video recording and computer-controlled gate access, our storage facility will be the perfect home for your RV while you’re not out enjoying the open road.
- $2.50 per foot for all back in spaces 30ft and larger
- $2.75 per foot for all back in spaces 29ft and smaller
- $3.50 per foot for all pull through spaces
- $44.00 per month for all spaces smaller than 16ft in length
RV Storage Check List
- Review owner’s manual for engine, LP gas, generator, water heater and sanitation system storage tips.
- Remove all perishable food from cabinets.
- Turn off refrigerator. Verify all power sources are off by checking 12 volt, 110 volt and LP gas.
- Remove all food from the refrigerator. Clean the inside, and leave the door open to ventilate.
- Clean rooftop and air conditioner filters, and cover the outside unit.
- Clean the interior of the RV. Pull shades, and close blinds.
- Turn off the propane cylinders, and cover the regulator.
- Cover or tape vents to the furnace and range hood for long-term storage.
- Ensure all roof vents and windows are closed. Prevent condensation if necessary by using chemical-type dehumidifiers.
- Check tire pressure, and cover the tires, if they will be exposed to the sun.
- Inspect roof, body, interior, soft molding and caulking.
- Service locks with spray lubricant to prevent rust and freezing.
- Remove batteries. Store batteries in an area not subject to freezing, and test them periodically. Charge if necessary.
- In motor homes, check all operating fluid levels under the hood, and top off the gasoline tank. Add a fuel stabilizer.
- Empty and thoroughly rinse all holding tanks. In winter, all water tanks, lines and pumps should be drained and filled with non-toxic RV antifreeze to keep any remaining water from freezing the system. Never use automobile antifreeze of any kind in your water system!