• We offer 12′ x 40′ outdoor parking spaces for your Boat, RV, Trailer or Automobile.
  • Our parking area is fully fenced and well-lit, with restricted keypad access.


Our fully enclosed drive-up units offer a more secure option.

  • – 5×10 unit
  • – 10×10 and 10×15 units
  • – 10×20 and 10×25 units (7’ door clearance)
  • – 12×30 and 12×40 pull-through units (9’ door clearance)

Before storing a vehicle in our facility you must meet the following requirements:

The vehicle must be in running condition or on a trailer.

You must provide a copy of the vehicle registration and/or title.

Vehicle Storage Tips:

  • 1.

    Lock it up. When parked outdoors, Campers and Trailers should have locks installed on the hitch receiver. Ensure that all vehicle doors and windows are securely closed and locked.

  • 2.

    Remove all food from the vehicle. Vacuum the interior, wipe down counters and cabinets. Place rodent baits to prevent them from moving in while you’re away.

  • 3.

    Remove the battery from the vehicle if you are storing for an extended period of time (more than a few months). Keep the battery on a maintenance charger and store in a dry, cool and ventilated space such as your garage. Also, check and fill the water level in the battery.

  • 4.

    Defrost and clean out the refrigerator. Add baking soda to absorb any odors. Leave the refrigerator door propped open to allow for air circulation.

  • 5.

    Change the oil and oil filter prior to storage. Fill the fuel tank and add a fuel stabilizer, based on the manufacturer’s recommendation.

Vehicle Storage Tips:

  • 6.

    Check the engine radiator for the proper concentration of antifreeze. Add the appropriate antifreeze solution to the windshield washer reservoir to prevent it from freezing. Consult your vehicle owner’s manual for proper fluid levels and the type of fluids to use.

  • 7.

    Close the window blinds/shades to avoid sun damage to the carpet, drapes and upholstery.

  • 8.

    Cover tires with protective tarps to reduce weathering. Tires can be damaged by the sun’s harmful UV rays

  • 9.

    Cover boats and trailers with a breathable tarp to help protect it from the elements during the winter months.

  • 10.

    Keep it insured. You are responsible for maintaining insurance on your vehicle. Our facility’s insurance covers only the grounds and buildings, not the items placed in storage.

James WebsterBoat & RV Storage