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Indoor & Outdoor RV Parking Options

If you’re an avid camper, you know finding RV storage can be a challenge. However, at Storage Hub, we offer RV storage and camper storage near you, so you can safely store your motorhome or trailer during the off-season, or to simply free up extra space any time of the year. With our affordable, covered, outdoor and indoor RV storage options near you, have peace of mind knowing your camper is in safe hands at a reasonable price.

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Types of RV Storage at Storage Hub

At Storage Hub, our RV storage facilities can accommodate a wide range of RV types, models, and sizes. With several storage options to choose from, easily find the perfect trailer storage near you that suits your needs.


Indoor RV Space

If you’re looking for the most protection for your RV, our drive-up, indoor RV storage units are the perfect option. Similar to a garage, our indoor RV storage units shield your trailer from harsh elements like rain and snow, or extreme heat and sun.

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Outdoor RV Space

At Storage Hub, our outdoor RV storage varies from location to location. If you're looking for the most affordable way to store your recreational vehicle, outdoor storage is often the best route. With outdoor RV storage, you can park your trailer in a designated parking spot and know that it’s stored away at our facility with 24/7 video monitoring and on-site resident managers.

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Benefits of Storage Hub’s RV Storage Facilities

While RVs add so much possibility to your lifestyle, they can take up quite a bit of space and may have to follow local regulatory guidelines. With storage locations across five states, you can find RV storage near you that suits your needs. If you’re wondering whether you need RV storage, consider the benefits that our RV storage facilities offer – just keep scrolling to learn more.

Benefits of RV Storage

Free Up Space

Storing an RV or trailer at home can bog down space you could otherwise be using for hobbies, activities, or everyday vehicles. If you have an RV or trailer, you know the difficulties that can arise when trying to find space for it. At Storage Hub, our affordable RV storage allows you to make room in your driveway or garage for more of life’s treasures.


Rest easy knowing that while your RV is parked at any one of our facilities, it will have a high level of security you typically don’t have by parking in your home’s driveway. Our facility comes complete with security features that help to safeguard your vehicle, including digital security monitoring, electronic gate access, and an on-site management team.

Avoid local regulations

Outside factors can make storing your RV or trailer even more of a challenge, like city or HOA rules and regulations. When parking your RV at a Storage Hub facility, you don’t have to do any of the due diligence that comes with abiding by your local area’s regulations that tell you how, where, and what you can park on or around your property.


Our indoor parking options and covered outdoor spaces provide your RV with a shield away from weather changes. Whether sheltering your RV away from the sun’s reflection or keeping it dry on wet days, you can rest assured knowing that there’s an added layer of protection when parking with us at Storage Hub.


At each of our Storage Hub locations, you can count on having convenient features that make getting to and from your rig as easy as ever. Our fenced facilities offer extended-hour access 7 days a week and 365 days a year with electronic gate entry. Just pull right up to your drive-up unit or parking space and start storing your RV the easy way.


RV Storage FAQs

What storage unit size do I need for my RV?

Looking to find an RV storage solution, but not sure what size you’d need for your rig? Scroll down to see what options might work best for your RV or trailer:

  • 10x15: Some trailers come in smaller sizes, such as 13 feet, which means they can fit comfortably in a 10x15 foot storage unit.
  • 10x20: Our drive-up storage units can also accommodate a wide range of trailers and campers that measure between 15 and 18 feet.
  • 10x25: Many class B and class C campers, along with travel trailers and pop-ups, can fit in one of our 10x25 RV storage units.
  • 10x30: Small to medium-sized class B campers, along with some class C motorhomes, can fit in an indoor 10x30 storage unit.

Most of our indoor RV storage units are well-suited for smaller campers, trailers, and motorhomes. Larger RVs, such as class A campers and RVs, can fit in our outdoor parking spaces.

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How Do You Prepare Your RV for Storage?

RVs can require a lot of maintenance, which means you want to ensure they stay in good condition while stored so you can hit the road without any delays the next time you want to start traveling. Before you place your RV in storage, consider these preparation tips:

RV Storage Preparation
  • Clean the interior and exterior: The first step in preparing your RV for storage is cleaning the inside and outside. Discard any food or beverages that can mold or attract rodents and insects, unplug the refrigerator and thaw out the freezer, clean the outside to prevent dust and bird droppings from damaging the paint, and set insect and rodent traps to avoid pest damage.
  • Clean the water tanks: Before storing your RV, visit a station to dump your water and sewage tanks. If left filled during storage, they can easily grow mold and cause unpleasant odors when you return.
  • Remove or inspect the battery: When storing your RV or any vehicle for an extended period, the battery can lose its charge. Before short-term storage, make sure to unplug all electronics that can drain your RV’s battery. For longer periods of time, consider removing your RV’s battery and storing it in a cool, dry place, and use a trickle charger to periodically charge the battery. PLEASE NOTE: We do not offer trickle chargers or the ability to do this on-site.
  • Remove propane tanks: To prevent any gas leaks or potential explosions, make sure to top off propane tanks, remove them, and place them in a cool, dry place.
  • Remove the tires: When stagnant for a long period, tires on both cars and RVs can form flat spots that can ruin the tires and require replacement. To prevent this, remove all of the tires from your RV and place your RV on jacks, or use tire saver ramps.
  • Use an RV cover: Especially when stored outside, it’s important to cover your RV. RV covers can help protect your camper from elements like rain, snow, and sun that can damage your RV’s roof.
  • Prepare the engine: There are several key actions you should take to protect your RV’s engine while it’s in storage, such as changing the oil, adding antifreeze to its radiator, adding wiper and brake fluid, topping off the gas tank, and adding fuel stabilizer to prevent moisture from damaging the engine.
  • Dry out all pipes: Similar to homes, your RV’s pipes could freeze in the winter. To prevent this, make sure you thoroughly dry out your pipes before storage by sending compressed air through each pipe. It’s often recommended to work with a mechanic when drying your pipes to avoid damage.

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