If you’re a snow bird, what do you do for RV parking and storage?
Down here in Daytona Beach, we have people from all over visit our beautiful area, most of which are snow birds from Canada in the Ontario and Quebec regions. They bring their families in tow as well as an extra vehicle to get around so they don’t have to get around town in their motorhome.
Taking a road trip down to Florida can be a lot of fun, but what do you do with your RV or camper when you get here? You have a few options:
- Park in an RV park
- Parking at a friend or family’s house
- Keep on the move
- Parking at a storage facility
The first couple are obvious and the third one is a bit of a challenge, but for the first one what if you don’t want to pay the high cost of an RV park? Also, what if you don’t have any friends or family down here?
Choosing a storage facility might be a great option if you’re looking for both covered RV storage or just secure vehicle storage or parking (for RVs that do not need to be sheltered from the elements).
With Biketoberfest approaching quickly followed later in the spring by Bike Week and then right in the middle snow birds flying down, large vehicle storage units start to fill up so make sure to grab your space today!
If you need RV and boat storage, consider choosing All Aboard Storage to pull up your camper, motorhome, boat or trailer for indoor and outdoor vehicle storage and parking. We have several locations around our broad area where you can just pull up your RV or trailer and park.
Check out our online prices and reserve today! We have space for you!
If you’re in the situation where you have a car, RV, boat, work truck or the like, where do you park it?
You might try parking your vehicle at home or maybe even try getting permission to park locally somewhere, but is there something better than the below options?
Parking your Work Truck at Home in an HOA
If you live in an HOA and want to try parking your work truck with your business signage on it, good luck. HOAs are one of the most restrictive places to live when it comes to things such as this. Most HOAs have rules against this, but some people try it for a short amount of time.
Parking your RV Locally for Free
Trying to park your RV for free can be a challenging adventure requiring you to constantly keep your RV on the move to keep your vehicle within your local parking time limits. This usually means overnight RV parking gets hard to find.
There are also Central Florida RV Parks, but if you plan to leave your RV, this might be a more expensive option.
Getting Permission to Park your Vehicle at a Business
Some businesses will gladly give you the OK to park your vehicle at a business or in a back lot that’s not being used, but that opens you up to other issues. The big drawback to this one would be security since you might be parking your vehicle away from watching eyes, security cameras, and completely open to the general public or passerby.
Using Local Storage Facilities for RV Parking, Boat Parking, or Car Parking
One of the best options that’s free of hassles and can even provide indoor or covered parking is reserving a parking space at your local self-storage facility.
This will give you the best of all world’s when it comes to:
- Ease of access
- Peach of mind
- Protection from the elements (if covered)
If you’re in need of some local parking in Daytona Beach, Port Orange, or Ormond Beach areas, consider All Aboard Storage to keep your vehicle safe and secure.