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RV Storage at Pouch Self Storage

Recreational vehicles offer you the convenience and freedom to enjoy local or cross-country trips and activities on your own schedule. When your RV is not in use, POUCH Self Storage offers RV storage in Orange County, as well as personal storage and business storage at our secure and spacious storage facilities.

Three Reasons to Choose RV Storage

RV storage is not only convenient for you, it can be safer for your RV as well. Opting to store your RV at a local storage facility can help you protect your investment and enjoy RV ownership to the fullest.

  1. Purchasing a dedicated recreational vehicle storage space provides an accessible place away from your home for your RV so it won’t take up space in your driveway, yard, garage, or communal parking lot.
  2. Many areas have strict rules regarding RV parking, even on your own property. RV storage allows you to own the RV you want, even if you aren’t allowed to park it near your home.
  3. Storing your RV at home could mean putting it at risk for accidental damage, even in a covered garage. Out-of-season items stored near your RV could fall, while family members or pets could accidentally bump or scratch your RV during daily activities. Offsite vehicle storage ensures your RV is parked in a safe, low-traffic space to keep it in great shape and ready to go at a moment’s notice.

RV Storage Considerations

When preparing to store your RV for the off season, it’s important to keep a few considerations in mind. Please call POUCH Self Storage at (800) 378-4598 for more details about our personal storage, business storage, and vehicle storage options in Long Beach, Lake Forest, Rancho Cucamonga, and Fountain Valley.

  • Outdoor RV storage offers covered and open parking options; if you’ll be storing your RV in a space that doesn’t offer overhead coverage, a cloth cover is a great way to protect your RV from sun, wind, and weather.
  • Although your RV storage facility offers onsite security, remember that it’s always best to minimize your risk by removing any valuables from your RV and locking the vehicle when it’s not in use.
  • Talk to your RV mechanic or dealership for tips on weatherization and storage. You may need to disconnect or remove your battery, or take steps to prevent your RV’s plumbing from freezing if the temperature is predicted to drop. Remember that you can always access your RV at your storage facility as needed, so you can winterize the vehicle on your own schedule for added convenience.

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