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60 x 10 Parking Lot in Jacksonville, Florida

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"Great people to work with....but can be confusing at times if your not patient. 2nd time we have used this space. Space was perfect for our 31 ft. RV while we stayed with family in Florida... "

John O.

Jacksonville, FL

Jun 8, 2023

40 x 10 Parking Lot in Jacksonville, Florida

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"I stored my boat there but I really needed a place that I could keep my boat on trickle charge. Also, during busy weeks or holidays, despite the staff’s efforts and customers putting cones out, your spot could be taken. All in all, I would have kept my boat here if not for lack of power and needing better proximity to my home. Thank you."

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Michael L.

Jacksonville, FL

Jun 1, 2023

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"As a college student, I needed somewhere to store all of my possessions each summer break. Valeria’s place was so great that I kept coming back every year. Once I was even offered a big bag of peaches from her garden (so this is totally a paid review). She’s super quick to respond and has always been flexible when I needed it. *disclaimer: she never mentioned reviews to me- don’t take this down."

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Valeria C.

Spanish Fork, UT

Oct 4, 2022

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"This was my first experience with Neighbor and this host made it great. Never had any issues. The storage area is well protected behind a locked gate. Additionally, he has many cameras around further securing the area. I highly recommend, you will be happy!"

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Caleb P.

Sunnyvale, CA

Sep 26, 2022

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"Gina and her husband are really kind and friendly. The space is big and clean, during the few months we rented it. I would absolute recommend them anytime! Thank you again for watching over our belongings."

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Ginna T.

Davenport, FL

Jul 31, 2022

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"Samantha is a lovely host. I recommend her highly. The room is very nice, as is her house. Would like to stay in touch with her because she's a great person."

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Samantha P.

Summerville, SC

Oct 7, 2022

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Types of Boat Storage

Covered storage for boats or other watercraft in Jacksonville, Florida, offers protection from the elements, keeping your watercraft safe from sun, wind, and rain. Renters may also want to consider indoor, outdoor, or other types of storage for their watercraft.

  • Indoor storage provides protection from the elements and the most secure option, for example private garages.
  • Outdoor storage provides basic protection from the elements and is generally the least expensive option, for example parking lots.
  • Covered storage is a balance between indoor and outdoor storage, providing some protection from the elements, for example carports.
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Choosing Boat Storage

If you own a boat or watercraft in the Jacksonville, Florida area, the following considerations should help in finding the right covered storage unit to fit your needs:

  • Size: Make sure the storage unit has enough space to accommodate your boat and trailer.
  • Location: The location should provide easy access to the water, taking into account the distance, traffic, and parking.
  • Security: Check out the security of the area, such as the locks on the door and the surrounding environment.
  • Ventilation: Look for adequate ventilation in the unit to keep the air moving and prevent moisture buildup.
  • Durability: Evaluate the construction of the unit to make sure it can withstand the elements for a long period of time.
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Climate Considerations

When looking to rent covered boat storage in Jacksonville, Florida, there are several factors to consider. Climate and weather play a critical role in the storage of a boat or watercraft. During the summer, Jacksonville's average high temperature is 89°F, while the average low temperature in in the winter is 54°F. Covered boat storage is ideal for protecting a watercraft from the elements, as it offers protection from direct sunlight, wind, and rain. Additionally, it is beneficial to use a protective cover and remove all excess moisture from the boat and storage facility to prevent damage.

Covered boat storage is a great alternative to indoor storage, particularly in the summer months, as the cover can help to keep the temperature within the storage area cooler, thus reducing the chances for bacteria or mold to grow on the boat. Furthermore, as covered storage provides more space than indoor storage, it can offer greater protection from hail, hail storms, and other extreme weather conditions.

About Jacksonville

Jacksonville, Florida is the largest city by area in the continental United States and the most populous city in the state of Florida. Located on the Atlantic Ocean coast, the city is home to a population of over 900,000 people. Jacksonville is the hub of the Northeast Florida region and has a bustling economy and diverse culture.

A variety of outdoor activities are available in and around Jacksonville, including St. Johns River, the longest river in the state of Florida, and its tributaries, the Ortega and St. Marys Rivers. The St. Johns River is popular among boaters, with access to Atlantic waters and opportunities for fishing, kayaking, and sailing. There are also numerous parks, such as the renowned Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, and the Jacksonville Zoo.

The city is home to many historic neighborhoods, including Riverside and Avondale, located just north of the downtown area, and Murray Hill, located in the eastern part of the city. For those interested in educational and cultural offerings, Jacksonville has several colleges, libraries, and museums. Popular attractions include the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, the Museum of Science and History, and the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.

Jacksonville has a variety of medical and healthcare centers, many of which are located in the greater downtown area. Area hospitals include St. Vincent's Medical Center and Baptist Medical Center. Jacksonville is also home to a variety of other recreational offerings like golf courses, shopping centers, and restaurants.

FAQs about covered boat storage in Jacksonville

On average a Neighbor covered boat storage unit in Jacksonville costs $128 per month.

15x15 spaces are the most frequently booked covered boat storage type in Jacksonville.

Motorcycles and other small vehicles generally require a 5x10 storage space while most cars and trucks will fit within a 10x20. For larger trailers, RVs, and other vehicles you will likely need to pull out the measuring tape as they can require anywhere from 10x40 to 20x60 spaces. Residential driveways offer a range of sizes and are typically affordable and convenient.

We recommend climate controlled storage for most electronics, collectibles, personal items (books, clothing, and photos), and sensitive materials (glass, leather, and metal).

If you live in a dry climate, climate control isn't as much of a concern, though you should still consider temperature's effect on your items.

If you expect freezing temperatures during the period that you plan to store your vehicle, you should definitely consider winterizing your vehicle before storing to prevent unecessary harm to your vehicle.

Additional Florida boat storage locations

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Alternative Covered Boat Storage Options near Jacksonville

Even though traditional storage options are offered in Jacksonville, Florida, Neighbor.com typically features the most affordable, more secure, and nearest covered boat storage.

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Public Storage (1 miles)

5757 University Blvd W

Jacksonville, FL

Storage Zone Self Storage and Business Centers (2.2 miles)

6299 Powers Ave

Jacksonville, FL

CubeSmart Self Storage (2.7 miles)

8585 Touchton Rd

Jacksonville, FL

CubeSmart Self Storage (3.1 miles)

5550 Stanford Rd

Jacksonville, FL

Life Storage (4.5 miles)

10523 Deerwood Park Blvd

Jacksonville, FL

CubeSmart Self Storage (7 miles)

8121 Point Meadows Dr

Jacksonville, FL

Devon Self Storage (11.4 miles)

2188 Dunn Ave

Jacksonville, FL

Atlantic Self Storage (12.6 miles)

1149 New Berlin Rd

Jacksonville, FL

Life Storage - Orange Park (13 miles)

600 Blanding Blvd

Orange Park, FL

Extra Space Storage (13.6 miles)

4653 US-17

Fleming Island, FL