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Old 09-29-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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RV storage/ parking facility

i have been looking for a storage/parking for our RV for sometime now and came across this place McCann's campers boats mini storage in Hewitt, NJ
looks good on their web site http://www.mccannsminiwarehouses.com/
24/7 access computerized entry gate well lit. under 25' $65/ month sounds reasonable

does anyone uses them for their RV's?
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Old 09-29-2013, 04:53 PM   #2
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WOW!!

$65 bucks?? And I thought my pull-thru storage at $40 bucks was high!!
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We pay $65 a month just outside of Cleveland. It's covered parking (like a car port), keeps the major rain/snow off and protects the roof from the sun beating on it during storage.
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The storage lot in Franklin NJ is $90 a month for 35'.
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$45!!, we need to move to your part of the country!!
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Drive by the lot during the day and maybe at night to see how things look. In South Florida, I keep mine at a storage lot that has gate access, cameras, and manager on site and have to pay $125 per month. It also has a wash bay and sewer dump. The going rate around here. They have a large hurricane rated metal building for the expensive Motorhomes that goes for $300 per month. $45 sounds great.
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I paid $100.00/mo for the tightest narrowest space you could imagine getting an RV into. Fortunately after one month I was able to bring it home..
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