RV and Boat Storage: Finding the Perfect Solution

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Owning a boat or RV opens up many possibilities, like cross-country road trips, camping expeditions, and boating excursions. However, the excitement of vacations can wear off quickly when you discover you need somewhere to go with your RV or boat.

Luckily, boat and RV storage can be a real lifesaver, providing a secure place to keep your vehicle until your next adventure– but what kind of storage do you need? Daffodil Storage’s experts are here to help you decide. In this blog, we’ll explore different RV and boat storage types and offer tips for selecting the right storage option for your needs.

Types of Boat and RV Storage

Uncovered Boat and RV Storage

Uncovered boat and RV storage entails a reserved parking space in an uncovered lot. This option is often the most affordable and may not offer coverage from rain, hail, or sunlight. Typically, uncovered RV storage lots can accommodate vehicles of larger sizes, with spaces 10×30 feet or larger. We recommend this option if you’re on a budget or aren’t concerned with weather-related damage.

Covered RV and Boat Storage

Offering extra protection from the elements, many RV and boat owners select covered storage, which often entails a lot with large spaces covered by an awning and overhang. This option is excellent for long-term storage, shielding your RV or boat from direct sunlight, rain, hail, and snow. We recommend covered boat storage and RV storage if you’ll store your vessel in a region that experiences frequent storms, snow, sleet, or hail. Check out our covered storage spaces at our Gotta Store It facility.

Enclosed Boat and RV Storage

Offering the highest level of protection from the elements, extra large storage units can provide fully enclosed storage for your rig or vessel. Enclosed drive-up RV storage units protect against direct sunlight, rain, or other inclement weather. Some of these units are heated, protecting your vehicle from freezing temperatures. The extra width of these units allows for a bigger door that is more likely to accommodate a vehicle or boat trailer. Just make sure you have measured the width of the vehicle you are storing and visit the site to view the space to make sure you can maneuver into it.

Choosing the Right Storage Facility

Selecting a suitable storage facility is crucial for boat and RV storage. You’ll want to ensure the facility has the storage sizes and amenities you need, provides secure storage, and offers prices within your budget. Check if your storage facility has convenient features like online payment options and flexible leasing, which you can find at Daffodil Storage.

Boat and RV Storage Features and Amenities

When you’re choosing a storage facility, consider what amenities you need when it comes to boat and RV storage and ask yourself some questions:

  • In-unit power – If you’re storing an RV for an extended period, consider powered storage, which can help protect your battery.
  • Coverage – Does the facility offer covered storage?
  • Security – Is the facility fenced and/or gated?
  • Affordability – What is your storage budget? Does the facility offer affordable storage units?

Rent Boat or RV Storage in Washington With Daffodil

If you need boat or RV storage in Washington, look no further than Daffodil Storage. We offer secure RV and boat storage options in several locations across Washington. Daffodil’s Washington storage facilities also offer affordable vehicle storage, perfect for securely storing extra automobiles, work vehicles, or collector cars. 

Get started today by selecting one of our Washington storage locations and choosing the required storage option. For more information on Daffodil’s self storage options for vehicle storage, peruse our FAQ. For more assistance, don’t hesitate to call your nearest facility. A phone number can be found on our facility’s pages, next to the address and above available units.

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