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Averaging RV Storage Rates Across All Fifty States

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Being that not many communities permit a recreational vehicle (RV) to be indefinitely parked outside the owner’s residence, our article below covers the average RV storage rates for storage across the United States. Depending on the size of the RV or camper van, the geographical region it’s to be stored at, whether it’ll be stored on a monthly or seasonal basis, and the amenities of the storage facility, this is what an owner can expect to pay.

Other issues that establish RV storage rates also come into play as well:

• Is it an indoor RV storage facility, or is it a covered RV storage outside parking area?
• Will the unit be heated for winter or climate-controlled for damp, humidity issues?
• Is the RV storage place located reasonably near a major city or outside the city limits?
• What on-site security is provided?

Following is our listing for RV storage prices as averaged in all 50 states according to state, storage space required, amenities if any, and monthly or seasonal RV storage rates.

1- Alabama:
Indoor units – unheated
10 feet by 20 feet; $99 monthly

2- Alaska:
Indoor units – heated
10 feet by 30 feet; $600 for eight months-seasonal

3- Arkansas:
Outdoor units and parking facilities
10 feet by 40 feet; $114 monthly

4- Arizona:
Outdoor units
10 feet by 30 feet; seasonal-winter only; $700 for six months

5- California:
Outdoor units
10 feet by 30 feet; $140 monthly

6- Colorado:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 20 feet; $230 monthly

7- Connecticut:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 40 feet; $85 monthly

8- Delaware:
Indoor units
10 feet by 30 feet; $155 months

9- Florida:
Outdoor parking and climate-controlled units
10 feet by 30 feet; $99 monthly, six months minimum winter season

10- Georgia:
Outdoor Units
10 feet by 30 feet; $90 monthly

11- Hawaii:
Outdoor parking and units
10 feet by 30 feet; $225 monthly

12- Idaho:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 40 feet; $53 monthly

13- Illinois:
Indoor – units
10 feet by 30 feet; $85 monthly

14- Indiana:
Indoor – unheated
10 fee by 35 feet; $150 monthly

15- Iowa:
Outdoor units and indoor heated units
10 feet by 30 feet; $50 monthly

16- Kansas:
Outdoor parking facilities
10 feet by 30 feet; $55 monthly

17- Kentucky:
Underground storage facilities
15 feet and over; $125 monthly

18- Louisiana:
10 feet by 25 feet; $40 monthly

19- Maine:
Outdoor units and parking facilities
10 feet by 25 feet; $45 monthly

20- Maryland:
Outdoor units and parking facilities
12 feet by 25 feet; $139.00 monthly

21- Massachusetts:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 20 feet; $140 monthly

22- Michigan:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 20 feet; $12 per foot per season

23- Minnesota:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 20 feet; $125 monthly

24- Mississippi:
Outdoor units and parking facilities
10 feet by 30 feet; $140 monthly

25- Missouri:
Outdoor parking facilities
10 feet by 35 feet; $75 to $125 monthly

26- Montana:
Indoor – heated units
26 feet by 30 feet; $120.00 monthly or a seven month season

27- Nebraska:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 20 feet; $125 monthly

28- New England:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 30 feet and over; $259 monthly

28- New Jersey:
Outdoor – heated units
10 feet by 20 feet; $40 monthly

29- New Hampshire:
Outdoor units and climate-controlled
14 feet by 46 feet by 18 feet for extra large RVs; $175 monthly

30 – New York:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 30 feet; $229 monthly

31- Nevada:
Indoor units
15 feet by 45 feet; $100 to $500 monthly

32- New Mexico:
Outdoor units
10 feet by 25 feet; $250 monthly

33- North Carolina:
Outdoor parking covered facilities
10 feet X 25 feet; $55 monthly

34- Ohio:
Self-regulated and self-monitored heated units
16 feet by 45 feet; $370 for a 3-month lease

35- Oklahoma:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 30 feet; $150 monthly

36- Oregon:
Air/water tight indoor – heated units
10 feet by 30 feet; $180 monthly

38- Pennsylvania:
Indoor – heated units
15 feet by 25 feet; $243 monthly

39- Rhode Island:
Inside and outside – heated units
Up to 40 feet; $250 monthly

40- South Carolina:
Indoor and outside covered parking facilities
Up to 50 feet; $80 monthly

41- South Dakota:
Outdoor – heated units
Up to 40 feet; $225 monthly

42- Tennessee:
Indoor – heated units
26 feet by 30 feet; $120.00 monthly or 4-month lease

43- Texas:
Indoor units
10 feet by 30 feet; $50 to $70 monthly

44- Utah:
Outdoor units and covered RV storage
15 feet by 35 feet; $230 monthly

45- Washington:
Outside parking: starts at $40 monthly for the first 20 feet.
Indoor units: starts $125 monthly for the first 16 feet.

46- Vermont:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 30 feet; $100 monthly

47- Virginia:
Outdoor covered areas
10 feet by 50 feet; $220 per quarter

48- West Virginia:
Indoor climate-controlled
10 feet by 30 feet; $150 monthly

49- Wisconsin:
Outdoor and indoor – heated units
Up to 30 feet; $225 monthly

50- Wyoming:
Indoor – heated units
10 feet by 30 feet; up to $250 monthly

As you can see, RV storage prices vary greatly from state-to-state depending on a number of factors such as indoor RV storage availability or if a covered RV storage arrangement be suffice. It’s almost impossible to really get a feel for what you’ll be paying across the nation; however, by doing careful online research with plenty of time before hand, and calling up the individual storage facilities, you will get the better deals that may be available for you. So, choose wisely.

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