Oxnard, CA RV Storage

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My Self Storage Space Camarillo

450 Camarillo Center DrCamarillo CA 930106.6 miles away
5 out of 5 - Based on 2 reviews

Starting at $349.00

The office help is great, especially Seville. She's courteous & knows the business facility. She's always professional & has helped me alot, personally. I have only spoke with Michelle, & both are extremely helpful. Thank you for selecting good people that care about the customers.Full Review
I am going through a divorce and met Seville and she was more then just a nice woman at the front desk, she was kind and comforting seeing that I was struggling. She had kind words and made me feel safe, it was a wonderful experience.Full Review

10' x 20' Unit

Available for Indoor Vehicle Storage, Drive Up Access

Enclosed

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Oxnard, CA RV Storage Tips

Most Common Types of RV Storage

Covered storage - While it’s usually the more expensive option, covered RV storage is the safest, most secure way to store your camper or trailer. In most cases, covered storage is simply a parking spot with a roof, however some facilities offer an indoor option which is just an over-sized version of a traditional self-storage unit (with drive-up access of course).

Uncovered storage - This storage option is basically an open parking space on the facility’s property, however because of its simplicity it’s also the least expensive option for RV storage. Some facilities do have paved parking areas specifically for motorhomes, but either way your RV will be outdoors and exposed to the elements – we recommend purchasing a cover if you go with this option.

Tips on How to Store a RV/Trailer at a Storage Facility

  • Measure your RV before you rent your unit to make sure you choose the right size
  • Give the camper a good cleaning before placing it in storage
  • Apply a coat of wax
  • Change the motor oil
  • Flush out the waste tanks
  • Purchase fuel stabilizer
  • Inflate the tires
  • Unload everything from your motorhome
  • Make sure the slide-outs are retracted
  • Once in storage, disconnect the battery
  • Make sure light can get into the motorhome
  • If possible, leave the vents open