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50 x 100 Carport in Tuscaloosa, Alabama near [object Object]

50’ × 100


Tuscaloosa, Alabama

5.2 mi

near 4656 1st St E

Private Space

Climate Controlled

Smoke Detectors


  1st month

$400/ mo

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100’ × 100

Parking Garage

Bessemer, Alabama

36.7 mi

near 5100 Meadow Lake Trl

Private Space

Security Camera

Locked Area


  1st month

$250/ mo

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Class A Motorhomes

Class A Motorhomes

Outdoor storage

Due to their large size, outdoor or covered storage is often necessary to accommodate the length and height of Class A motorhomes.

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Class B Motorhomes

Class B Motorhomes

Indoor or outdoor storage

Class B motorhomes, with their compact size, can often fit into indoor storage with height and length restrictions.

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Class C Motorhomes

Class C Motorhomes

Outdoor storage

Class C motorhomes typically have a size that only allows for outdoor storage options.

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Travel Trailers

Travel Trailers

Indoor or outdoor storage

The storage needs of travel trailers can vary depending on their size. Smaller travel trailers can often fit indoors, while larger models may require outdoor storage.

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Fifth Wheels

Fifth Wheels

Outdoor storage

Due to their taller height and substantial length, fifth wheels generally require outdoor storage arrangements.

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Toy Haulers

Toy Haulers

Outdoor storage

Similar to fifth wheels, toy haulers typically necessitate outdoor storage due to their larger size.

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Small Campers

Small Campers

Indoor or outdoor storage

Small campers, being more compact, can often fit into indoor storage units with size restrictions.

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Pop-up Trailers

Pop-up Trailers

Indoor or outdoor storage

Pop-up trailers, also known as folding campers, typically have a collapsible design that allows for easy towing and storage. They can often fit into indoor storage units.

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Truck Campers

Truck Campers

Indoor storage

Truck campers, designed to be mounted onto a pickup truck bed, can usually fit indoors which helps protect the camper from the elements and provides added security.

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Tips on how to prepare for your move

Properly preparing your items for long-term storage protects them from damage such as rust and mold and preserves its condition.

Measure your RV

Ensure that your RV will fit inside the covered spot by measuring the height, length, and width.

Clean the RV

Clean the interior and exterior of the RV by removing belongings and vacuuming the floors.

Prepare plumbing

Empty all wastewater tanks and flush them. Ensure they are clean and odor-free to prevent buildup of odors.

Check for leaks

Repair any leaks or sealant issues before storing your RV to prevent further damage.

Protect the interior

Close all windows, blinds, and curtains to minimize light exposure inside the RV.

Disconnect batteries

Disconnect and remove the batteries from your RV to prevent draining and other potential damage.

Cover the RV

Consider using an additional RV cover for added protection. This shields from dust, sunlight, and debris.

Stabilize the RV

Use wheel chocks to prevent any movement while the RV is parked in the covered spot.

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Climate considerations

With Tuscaloosa's peak summer temperatures averaging a hot 91 degrees, it's important to safeguard your RV from potential heat damage. Covered storage can mitigate harmful UV rays which are known to cause exterior wear. It's also essential to use a breathable RV cover that allows moisture to escape, preventing mold or mildew.

In contrast, Tuscaloosa's winters dip to an average low of 35 degrees. During these chilly months, your RV's plumbing system is vulnerable to freezing. A covered storage space can provide an extra layer of protection against the frost. Consider using RV antifreeze to keep the pipes from cracking.

Remember, the Tuscaloosa climate can be tough on campers, motorhomes, and trailers. By using covered storage and protective measures, you can keep your recreational vehicle in top condition.

Renting RV storage in Tuscaloosa

Nestled along the banks of the Black Warrior River, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, affectionately called "The Druid City," combines southern charm with outdoor adventure. Its proximity to the Talladega National Forest and Lake Tuscaloosa presents the opportunity for residents to store their RVs close to stunning landscapes, making it just a short drive from your storage spot to a weekend getaway.

In Downtown Tuscaloosa, a hub of activity with a cozy, small-town feel, RV owners have expressed satisfaction with their storage experience, saying it provides "easy access" and "great covered parking spot."

Then there is Northport, a neighboring city, where the RV storage scene is thriving. Renters appreciate the "secure and covered" locations. It is a "perfect spot for an RV" indeed, whether your rig is a pop-up camper, travel trailer, motorhome, or fifth wheel.

The University area, home to the University of Alabama, is also a hotspot for RV storage. Here, many have found fantastic storage sites that have allowed them to keep their travel trailers and other RVs in tip-top shape for long periods. The experience has been so positive they found it "easy in" and "out" and even "stored my RV here for 2 years."

Finally, the lovely community of Holt, just east of Tuscaloosa, offers yet another option for those in need of storage. The hosts in this area are praised for being "always very responsive and kept a watchful eye on our travel trailer." It's clear that wherever you choose to store your RV in Tuscaloosa, you're in for a service that's as warm and inviting as the city itself.

FAQs About RV storage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

The price of RV storage in Tuscaloosa can be affected by factors such as location, availability of storage facilities, size of the RV storage unit, and whether it's indoor or outdoor storage. Additional security features or amenities may also impact the cost.

To determine the correct size of the RV storage unit, measure the length, width, and height of your vehicle, considering any additional accessories attached. It's important to choose a storage unit that can accommodate your RV's dimensions for secure storage.

Properly preparing your RV for long-term storage in Tuscaloosa involves cleaning the interior and exterior, emptying all tanks, and disconnecting any batteries. Ensure tires are properly inflated and consider using tire covers to protect from sun damage. Additionally, make sure all vents are closed, and cover or seal any openings to prevent pests from entering.

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Alternative Covered RV Storage Options near Tuscaloosa

While storage facilities are commonly available in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, usually has the most affordable, safest, and closest covered RV storage.

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Space Savers 15th Street (2.1 miles)

33 15th St

Tuscaloosa, AL

CubeSmart Self Storage (2.2 miles)

949 31st St

Tuscaloosa, AL

Blue Sky Self Storage (2.5 miles)

4008 AL-69

Northport, AL

Advanced Mini-Storage (2.9 miles)

1786 Harper Rd

Northport, AL

Blue Sky Self Storage - Northport 64th Ave. (3.2 miles)

1800 64th Ave

Northport, AL

Kicker Road Self Storage (3.3 miles)

916 Kicker Rd

Tuscaloosa, AL

ABE Mini Storage (3.3 miles)

781 Union Chapel Rd

Northport, AL

Cool Crate Storage (3.3 miles)

5000 Union Station

Northport, AL

Blue Sky Self Storage - Tuscaloosa Annex (4.7 miles)

1731 Commons North Loop

Tuscaloosa, AL

All Star Mini Storage (6.6 miles)

12118 Frank Lary Rd

Northport, AL

Three Sons Storage (8.5 miles)

14399 US-43

Northport, AL

Highway 216 Mini-Storage (10 miles)

13619 Highway 216

Cottondale, AL