Secure Storage in Redmond, OR
3001 NW Canal Blvd.
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RV Storage in Redmond, OR - Spacious Recreational Vehicle Storage

 redmond-covered-outdoor-rv-storage.jpgCentral Oregon is known for some of the most beautiful lakes, rivers and biking trails in the country. Residents who are fortunate enough to live here find the time and means to go exploring—especially during the summer. Because of this, our RV storage is in high-demand. So much so that we had to expand our facility to accommodate the influx of recreational vehicles. The latest addition offers outdoor RV storage which is perfect for trailers, campers, and even boats.


outdoor-rv-car-redmond.jpgRedmond recreational enthusiasts take advantage of our convenient and secure recreational vehicle storage, so they get the protection they need. During the fall and winter months, moisture damage can reduce the value of RVs. RVs need to be protected against mold and mildew formation and from condensation accumulating along its roofline and walls. 
Our covered recreational vehicle storage at our Redmond self storage location offer this protection and other benefits, such as:

  • Large wide entrances
  • Stalls that are 12x35 or 12x45 in dimension and can easily accommodate Class A and C motorhomes and boats
  • On-site restrooms
  • Central dump site
  • Water hook up
  • Individual 30 AMP power outlet and lighting in each stall
  • Concrete floor so dirt is not tracked into RV or boat

 Enclosed and Indoor Redmond Boat and RV Storage

One needs to consider several factors when planning to store an RV for a good chunk of the year—especially if you’re lucky to own both. Will you be able to secure space for both vehicles? Will covered storage be sufficient, or should you consider fully enclosed indoor RV storage due to Central Oregon’s extreme weather conditions? 
 
Customers at our storage facility are happy to learn that we have the perfect storage solution: large indoor self storage that can accommodate multiple recreational vehicles and loads of extra gear very comfortably. In fact, it’s like the ultimate garage for your boat, car or RV. The RV storage units are 24x39 and have an extra wide roll-up door for large vehicle access, and a standard door for personal convenience. Each unit comes with concrete floors, steel walls, high insulated ceilings, and are fully lit.  

We hope you choose Secure Storage when you are looking for a storage unit in Redmond, Oregon.

Reserve a unit today!

 

RV Storage FAQ

What is the average cost to store an RV?

The average cost to store an RV typically depends on the location of the storage facility you decide to store your RV at. Many RV storage facilities may offer added amenities such as RV dump stations and or the choice between outdoor and indoor RV storage with paved concrete or gravel parking lots. 

Covered outdoor RV storage protects your motorhome from sun, rain, hail, and snow, but may not protect against dust or debris. Covered RV storage units are similar to enclosed garages and are the best option for protection. Storage units like these may also have heated climate control for the winter. At Secure Storage in Redmond, we offer the most secure storage options such as indoor storage, well-maintained asphalt, electronic gate with key-code access, and even a complimentary RV dump station. 

Should I store my RV indoors?

Motorhomes and RVs were built to travel in many environments. However, they weren’t designed to be exposed to direct sunlight or moisture while sitting for long periods of time. There are damage risks related to storing your RV for long periods of time outdoors. Direct sunlight may cause paint to fade and crack, if shades are not drawn, interior upholstery may also be sun damaged. Moisture introduced by rain, snow, or even hail can cause rust or leaks to develop. The last thing any RV owner wants to find is mold growing in the damp interior of their motorhome. 

Indoor storage is the best way to protect your RV or camper while storing it between use. A storage facility with indoor RV storage is your best option. Secure Storage facilities offer indoor and outdoor RV storage to keep burglars and vandals out giving you greater peace of mind. 

What is RV storage?

RV storage is a secure place to store your camper RV for short-term or long-term periods. Many self storage facilities offer RV storage. Secure Storage in Redmond offers fully enclosed, indoor RV Storage priced at competitive monthly rates. Security is a top priority for Secure Storage. With a combination of the latest security technology and our heated storage units keeping weather, dust, and intruders out, you can bet that your vehicle will be safe. We also provide access to your RV 7 days a week using an electronic keypad gate.

Where can I park my RV?

Knowing where to park your RV is a matter of safety and legality. It can often be a challenge but necessary. Owning property with an extra large driveway, parking space, or even an RV garage, is ideal. Most of the time, RV-owners will not have room on their property and often resort to parking their RVs on the street. This is leaves their motorhome vulnerable to passing traffic, vandalism, break-ins, and weather. Also keep in mind that many HOAs do not allow RVs to be parked on the street. These are some of the reasons why Secure Storage in Redmond offers a clean, safe environment to store your RV and easy access 7 days a week.

How do I store my camper for the winter?

When cold weather is on its way, it is important to understand how to store your camper for the winter. Here are some tips to make sure your RV is ready for long-term storage:

  1. Drain the Water System - Be sure to drain water from all plumbing, fresh and waste water tanks. Run non-toxic antifreeze through the plumbing system to prevent broken pipes due to freezing.

  2. Prep the Exterior - Inspect the roof, sidewalls, seams, doors, windows, and panels. Seal any cracks or holes you find. Your local RV mechanic or dealer can provide consultation or service.

  3. Choose a Safe Location - Storing your RV in a safe place is an important part of storing in over winter. When you choose a location, ask yourself if your motorhome will be exposed to damage risks, such as from the elements, passing traffic, or even crime. Will it be in the way of street traffic or your driveway? Will it block views from your house? Another option is storing it at a storage facility such as Secure Storage. Your RV will be protected and kept out of the way when not in use.

  4. Cover Up and Protect the Tires - If you decide to store your RV outside all winter, be sure to cover it completely with a specialized fitted cover. A conventional tarp often traps water underneath, which could cause moisture damage and can shift in windy environments, leaving scratches all over your RV. Additionally, cover your tires using fitted covers to protect them against harsh weather. 

  5. Store Your Batteries - To preserve the life of your batteries, disconnect and store them in a cool (not cold) dry place. Cold temperatures can drain batteries of their charge over time. Storing them in this way preserves them better for next season.

  6. Use Fuel Stabilizer - Fuel that sits for a long time can form deposits that will clog up fuel lines and worse, your RV’s engine. To avoid this costly incident, add fuel stabilizer to your gas tank before storing. Make sure your follow the instructions on the label when you run it through your fuel system.

  7. Prevent Rodents - Mice and rats love RVs and campers as winter homes. They chew through insulation, wires, upholstery, and pretty much everything else. Their feces are messy and poisonous. Be sure to remove any food before storing your RV and be sure that all hatches, windows, and doors are secured.

  8. Check On Your RV Periodically - Set a reminder to check on your RV every few weeks while it’s in storage. A quick inspection of the exterior for leaks and the interior for unpleasant odors will help prevent a bigger problem next spring. Start the motor and generator and do an inspection of the electrical system too. Be sure to take care of any problems sooner than later so that your motorhome is ready to go next season.
    1. Drain the Water System - Be sure to drain water from all plumbing, fresh and waste water tanks. Run non-toxic antifreeze through the plumbing system to prevent broken pipes due to freezing.

    2. Prep the Exterior - Inspect the roof, sidewalls, seams, doors, windows, and panels. Seal any cracks or holes you find. Your local RV mechanic or dealer can provide consultation or service.

    3. Choose a Safe Location - Storing your RV in a safe place is an important part of storing in over winter. When you choose a location, ask yourself if your motorhome will be exposed to damage risks, such as from the elements, passing traffic, or even crime. Will it be in the way of street traffic or your driveway? Will it block views from your house? Another option is storing it at a storage facility such as Secure Storage. Your RV will be protected and kept out of the way when not in use.

    4. Cover Up and Protect the Tires - If you decide to store your RV outside all winter, be sure to cover it completely with a specialized fitted cover. A conventional tarp often traps water underneath, which could cause moisture damage and can shift in windy environments, leaving scratches all over your RV. Additionally, cover your tires using fitted covers to protect them against harsh weather. 

    5. Store Your Batteries - To preserve the life of your batteries, disconnect and store them in a cool (not cold) dry place. Cold temperatures can drain batteries of their charge over time. Storing them in this way preserves them better for next season.

    6. Use Fuel Stabilizer - Fuel that sits for a long time can form deposits that will clog up fuel lines and worse, your RV’s engine. To avoid this costly incident, add fuel stabilizer to your gas tank before storing. Make sure your follow the instructions on the label when you run it through your fuel system.

    7. Prevent Rodents - Mice and rats love RVs and campers as winter homes. They chew through insulation, wires, upholstery, and pretty much everything else. Their feces are messy and poisonous. Be sure to remove any food before storing your RV and be sure that all hatches, windows, and doors are secured.