It’s camping season again! And we’re positive that a good number of you are itching to jump into motorhomes and head towards Lake Ray Hubbard or Lavon Lake. The lakes’ water levels have been running high but a number of boat ramps and camping areas remain unaffected. Plus, local anglers are reporting that the fishing is fine. So if you’re ready to let those 5th wheels roll out of RV storage for the weekend, we are too.
Our 5-acre RV storage area has more than 100 parking spots available, all within driving distance of the two lakes. So when you’re done making that big catch and posting all of the pictures on social media, why not come here? Our RV storage area’s gates open and close promptly each day. Also, all of our storage unit customers receive their own codes. So there’s no need to hustle or worry about running late.
Our RV storage area is one of the best kept in Texas. Customers love our facility because the parking spots are the perfect size to accommodate large motorhomes. And yes, the roof pitch offers a little over 14-feet clearance too. Furthermore, there are enclosed, uncovered and uncovered storage areas too. Some of the units are equipped with asphalt surfaces and others boast concrete pads. They are ideal places to tuck away all varieties of recreational equipment, including spare kettle grills and motorized boats.
If you opt to store motorized equipment, kettle grills and others materials in units near RV storage areas, make sure the proper protocols are used. For example don’t forget to empty oil drip pans and ash cans before returning the items to your designated storage area. Otherwise, they may cause a hazard or create a cleanup problem in the future. To learn more about storing all of your Lavon Lake and Lake Ray Hubbard essentials near local campgrounds, please contact us.