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Kirksville, 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 to prepare your RV for storage

Properly preparing an RV for short or long-term storage prevents damage, maintains its value, saves on costs and makes pick-up easier

Clean & declutter

Ensure a fresh and organized RV; remove personal items and tidy up the space for storage.

Drain water systems

Prevent potential plumbing damage by thoroughly emptying water tanks to eliminate any moisture.

Clean appliances

Empty and clean all RV appliances, including the refrigerator, microwave, and stove.

Pest protection

Safeguard your RV against unwelcome critters and pests during storage by sealing any openings.

Perform maintenance

Prioritize tasks including oil changes, fluid checks, lubrication, and battery inspections, etc.

Tire maintenance

Inspect tires for signs of damage or wear, and consider the use of tire covers for extra protection.

RV cover

Shield your RV from dust, harmful UV rays, and weather elements by investing in an RV cover.

Disconnect batteries

Prevent battery drain and potential electrical issues by disconnecting the batteries and power connections.

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Climate Considerations

Renting storage for a motorhome, camper or trailer in Kirksville, Missouri should take into account the climate and weather of the city. With average high temperatures reaching into the mid 80s°F (29°C) during peak summer months and the average low temperatures in peak winter months dropping to around 18°F (-8°C), it is essential to consider the weather when deciding on a storage location.

To protect a vehicle from the elements, it is important to choose a storage location with features such as climate-controlled units, humidity control and covered parking. A location that offers 24/7 surveillance and a secure gate access system also helps to protect a vehicle from theft or vandalism. Additionally, some storage locations can offer a variety of additional services such as tire inflation, battery charging and oil changes.

About Kirksville

Kirksville, Missouri, is a small city located in Adair County. Home to the Truman State University, Kirksville has been the medical center of northeast Missouri since the late 1800s. It is located approximately two hours from St. Louis and four hours from Kansas City.

Kirksville is home to two parks, Rotary Park and Thousand Hills State Park. Rotary Park offers a variety of outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, biking, and picnicking. Thousand Hills State Park offers a wide range of recreational activities, including camping, golfing, and swimming.

Kirksville is known for its unique shopping and dining opportunities. The downtown area has a variety of independent restaurants and shops, as well as a farmers' market in the summer. There are also several local wineries and craft breweries in the area.

Kirksville is home to several medical institutions, including the A.T. Still University Medical School, the Northeast Regional Medical Center, and the Kirksville Osteopathic Hospital. There are also several libraries in the city, including the Kirksville Public Library, the Truman State University Library, and the Adair County Public Library.

RV owners will find that Kirksville is an ideal place to stay. There are several RV parks in the area, including the Kirksville RV Park, which offers full hook-ups and other amenities. Additionally, the city is easily accessible from nearby highways and is within driving distance of several major cities.

Kirksville RV Storage: FAQs

You can always find affordable RV storage with Neighbor. Remember that outdoor Kirksville RV storage facilities are often the least expensive units.

The RV storage unit dimensions you need depend on the class of vehicle. You'll be able to find Kirksville RV storage units to fit a travel trailer, Class A RV, and everything in between.

Use Neighbor's map feature and zoom into your preferred areas or type your location into the search bar to find RV storage near you. You'll see convenient Kirksville RV storage units.

Here are some of Neighbor's most popular offerings:

  • 24-Hour access: Need the option to get to your vehicle any moment of the day? No prob. Rent a Kirksville RV storage unit on Neighbor that provides flexible access.
  • Security: Many types of RV storage in Kirksville provide security features such as a padlock or access code, while some even have all-day surveillance or security cameras. We have the best, most secure Kirksville RV storage.
  • Start your engine monthly if you're storing your RV for an extended period of time.

    Follow these steps if you need to store your RV long-term: Defrost the fridge and clean the inside, fix any cracks or holes to prevent rust, wash the exterior and use an RV cover, and start the engine every month.

    When temperatures drop to the low 30s, you should winterize your RV. First, put antifreeze in the pipes. Second, replace A/C filters and take out and store batteries. Last, repair any cracks or holes to prevent rodents from getting in.

    It's best not to store a RV outside in the winter. Decrease potential weather damage with a climate-controlled RV storage unit near Kirksville.

    Follow these steps if you need to store your RV outside during the summer heat. Drain water tanks; clear out, clean, and unplug the fridge; open vents slightly to increase circulation; clean and wax the outside; and put on an RV cover as well as window and tire covers.

    Rent indoor, climate-controlled RV storage to prevent mildew and mold from growing inside your vehicle and prevent wood finishes from drying out.

    Insurance is recommended for RV storage in Kirksville. Your renter's or homeowner's insurance policy should cover potential theft or damage while your RV is in storage.

    Additional Missouri RV storage locations

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    Alternative RV Storage Options near Kirksville

    While traditional storage options are commonly available in Kirksville, Missouri, Neighbor.com usually has the least expensive, safest, and closest RV storage.

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