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50’ × 10


Parking Lot

Atlanta, Georgia

4.5 mi

near 785 Cleveland Ave SE

Security Camera

Locked Area

No Stairs


 1st month

$150/ mo

10’ × 30

Parking Lot

Atlanta, Georgia

2.9 mi

near 986 Dalney St NW

Security Camera

No Stairs

Pet Free


 1st month

$116/ mo

30’ × 10


Atlanta, Georgia

3.9 mi

near 2180 Ohara Pl SE

Private Space

Security Camera

No Stairs


 1st month

$128/ mo

30’ × 10


Atlanta, Georgia

3.9 mi

near 2180 Ohara Pl SE

Private Space

Security Camera

No Stairs

$115/ mo

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Helpful reviews from renters in Atlanta, Georgia

20 x 30 Unpaved Lot in Atlanta, Georgia

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"this is a great place to park your car. O.L.93."

Orlando L.

Atlanta, GA

Oct 10, 2019

50 x 10 Driveway in Atlanta, Georgia

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"Candace is wonderful. The neighborhood is nice, and the parking area fit my RV and trailer. Thank you!"

Christy R.

Atlanta, GA

Jun 1, 2023

21 x 11 Parking Lot in Atlanta, Georgia

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"great host had an awesome experience. I parked my car there to rent it out on a ride sharing app and she even looked out to make sure that nobody was stealing the car. if I ever need to park a car in that area I will most definitely try to get the same parking spot"

Igor D.

Atlanta, GA

Mar 21, 2023

29 x 10 Driveway in Atlanta, Georgia

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"Amazing host and great space! would definitely rent again"

Selina A.

Atlanta, GA

Oct 29, 2022

20 x 10 Unpaved Lot in Atlanta, Georgia

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"Kay was an awesome host who went above and beyond and made my first experience with Neighbor really positive. I'd recommend the spacious backyard to anyone looking to store a vehicle."

Marc G.

Atlanta, GA

Sep 3, 2021

30 x 10 Driveway in Roswell, Georgia

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"great host and spot to park your RV "

Derek O.

Roswell, GA

Jul 9, 2023

30 x 10 Unpaved Lot in Cumming, Georgia

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"Host was responsive and very helpful I would recommend anyone who needs to park a trailer or RV to this host."

Danny M.

Cumming, GA

Oct 12, 2022

30 x 10 Driveway in Roswell, Georgia

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"Great space for any RV easy access and great communication"

Nir A.

Roswell, GA

Nov 4, 2022

29 x 15 Unpaved Lot in Acworth, Georgia

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"This was an excellent space to park my 32 ft motorhome. It had a concrete pad and felt safe and secure. I was able to turn around and back into the space which was a big help. Lyudmila was friendly, responsive, and cooperative. "

Trace C.

Acworth, GA

Jan 9, 2023

40 x 10 Parking Lot in Morrow, Georgia

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"Jason is great nice place to park if I should need parking in the future I will definitely contact him."

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Recommended storage options by RV type

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.

Find an outdoor space

Store your RV in a large outdoor space that is suitable for RVs. Safety features are a bonus.

Clean the RV

Clean both the interior and exterior of your RV before storing it. Remove belongings and vacuum.

Prepare plumbing

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

Check for leaks

Inspect the RV for signs of leaks or water damage. Repair any leaks or sealant issues before storing RV.

Protect the exterior

Consider using an RV cover to protect it from the elements. Ensure it fits the RV properly.

Secure the RV

Use wheel locks or chocks to prevent movement of the RV while parked. This will reduce risk of accidents.

Prepare the battery

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

Perform maintenance

Conduct maintenance such as oil changes, fluid top-ups, and tire inspections before storing your RV.

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Types of RV storage

Storing your RV, travel trailer, or camper in Atlanta can be simplified by renting an outdoor storage space. This allows you to ensure your vehicle is safely tucked away when not in use.

As you explore potential storage options, you'll encounter a range of categories. Each offers unique benefits and will cater to different needs and RV types. Understanding these can help you make an informed decision that's perfectly suited to your motorhome storage needs.

  • Indoor Storage: Indoor storage spaces, which include large standalone garages or warehouse sections, offer the highest level of protection for your RV, travel trailer, or camper. These spaces shield your vehicle from the elements, reducing wear and tear. They may also offer the convenience of on-site maintenance. Indoor storage is an excellent choice for high-end motorhomes that need extra care or for long-term storage during Atlanta's off-season.
  • Covered Storage: Providing a middle ground between indoor and outdoor options, covered storage offers a roof over your RV but lacks the enclosing walls of indoor storage. These spaces, often carports or canopies on residential properties, safeguard your vehicle from sun and rain, slowing down weather-related damage. They may be ideal if your RV or camper isn't used regularly or if you're storing during the mild Atlanta winters.
  • Outdoor Storage: Offering the most accessible and abundant options, outdoor RV storage can include driveways, dedicated spaces in residential yards, or unused land on commercial properties. While these spaces expose your travel trailer or motorhome to the weather, they can easily accommodate larger RVs and fifth wheels. Outdoor storage is a practical choice if you use your RV frequently, as it provides easy access and doesn't require complex navigation through enclosed spaces.

Remember that each RV, camper, and travel trailer has unique storage needs. Evaluating these options against your vehicle's requirements, usage patterns, and the Atlanta climate will ensure you select a storage solution that keeps your RV safe and ready for your next adventure.

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Choosing outdoor RV storage

Choosing the right outdoor storage space for your RV, travel trailer, or motorhome is crucial for convenience, safety, and peace of mind. Here are a few key factors to consider:

  • Location of the Storage Space: Consider choosing a location in safe and accessible neighborhoods close to your home in Atlanta. The ease of reaching your RV or camper when you need it can add to your overall storage experience. Ensure the area is safe, secure, and well-lit, to give you peace of mind about the well-being of your vehicle.
  • Size of the Storage Spot: Determine the exact dimensions of your RV, fifth wheel, or travel trailer, and ensure that the space you rent has adequate room for the vehicle. Think about its length, width, and height. Also, consider additional space if you plan to store other items like camping gear, water tanks, or bike carriers.
  • Accessibility: Look for storage spaces that offer easy and flexible access. If you plan to use your motorhome or camper frequently, you might want a storage space that allows 24/7 access. Additional accessibility features to consider include large entry gates, wide driveways, or even drive-up access to the storage space itself.
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Climate considerations

In Atlanta, the climate can vary greatly throughout the year. This city experiences warm summers with an average high of 89 degrees F and chilly winters with an average low of 34 degrees F. Thus, when considering outdoor storage for your RV, travel trailer, or motorhome, it is important to note these seasonal changes. In the summer months, a protective cover is key to guard your vehicle from the intense sun and heat, helping to prevent fading and cracking of the exterior. During the winter, it's advisable to winterize your motorhome to protect the plumbing system from freezing temperatures. Even in outdoor storage, steps can be taken to ensure your camper is shielded from the elements.

Renting outdoor RV storage in Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia is a bustling city known for its thriving neighborhoods like Buckhead, Midtown, and East Atlanta Village, and an array of scenic attractions. It's no wonder that the 'City in a Forest' has become a popular destination for RV owners seeking safe and accessible outdoor storage options.

Buckhead is a neighborhood known for its luxurious homes and high-end boutiques. But nestled amidst the hustle lies these hidden gems - residential storage spaces that are as "excellent" and "organized" as the neighborhood itself. A review states, "Excellent host... keeps everything looking uniform and organized," highlighting the seamless experience of using residential storage here.

Switching gears to Midtown, a vibrant, cultural hub, it's not just the theaters and art institutions that make it a go-to place. For those with a motorhome, the reviews hint at the peace of mind renting here offers. "I felt very secure with my camper being at this host’s property," one review shares, embodying the neighborhood's emphasis on security.

East Atlanta Village, a hip neighborhood known for its vibrant music scene, also hits the right notes when it comes to outdoor storage. "Plenty of room" and "very accessible," were words echoed in a review, indicating its suitability for storing even the largest of RVs.

And let's not forget Atlanta's proximity to stunning natural sites like the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Stone Mountain Park, and Lake Allatoona. These locales not only offer great RV camping opportunities but also have nearby residential storage spaces to park your travel trailer. One ecstatic renter boasted about the "great location to park your trailer!"

There's no shortage of space, safety, or convenience when it comes to storing your RV in Atlanta. Renters are "super grateful" and highly recommend the experience. Why not give it a try?

FAQs About RV storage in Atlanta, Georgia

The price of RV storage in Atlanta can be affected by various factors such as the location of the facility, size of the storage unit, availability of climate-controlled storage, and the duration of the storage rental.

To select the right RV storage size in Atlanta, you should consider the dimensions of your vehicle, including its length, width, and height. Additionally, take into account any extra space you may need for accessories or other belongings that need to be stored with the RV.

To prepare your vehicle for long-term RV storage in Atlanta, ensure it is cleaned inside and out, disconnect the batteries, top off fluids, cover any openings to prevent insects or rodents from entering, and check the tire pressure. Moreover, visit your RV in storage periodically to inspect its condition and make sure everything remains in good order.

Atlanta RV storage locations

Hammond Dr, Atlanta
Decatur Rd, Atlanta

Additional Georgia RV storage locations

Technology Pkwy, Braselton
Buford Dr, Buford
Bethelview Road, Cumming
Candler Road, Decatur
Marketplace Blvd, East Point
Chamblin Road, Grovetown
Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd, Lawrenceville
South Peachtree Pkwy, Peachtree City
Brownsville Road, Powder Springs
Industrial Dr, Rockmart
W Crossville Rd, Roswell

Alternative Outdoor RV Storage Options near Atlanta

Atlanta offers many different traditional self storage companies for outdoor RV storage. Traditional self storage units, however, are usually more expensive, less safe, and more removed than Neighbor.com.

Reference the list of outdoor RV storage facilities for details:

Public Storage (2.1 miles)

647 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy NW

Atlanta, GA

CubeSmart Self Storage (4.8 miles)

1820 Marietta Blvd NW

Atlanta, GA

Extra Space Storage (5.2 miles)

1085 Lindbergh Dr NE

Atlanta, GA

Public Storage (8.8 miles)

4300 Peachtree Rd NE

Brookhaven, GA

Public Storage (8.9 miles)

1504 Austin Dr

Decatur, GA

Extra Space Storage (10.9 miles)

1257 S Hairston Rd

Stone Mountain, GA

Life Storage - College Park (11.4 miles)

5725 Old National Hwy

Atlanta, GA

Extra Space Storage (12.8 miles)

2232 Mountain Industrial Blvd

Tucker, GA

Extra Space Storage (13.4 miles)

6780 Roswell Rd

Atlanta, GA

Pleasantdale Storage of Doraville (14.1 miles)

2370 Pleasantdale Rd

Atlanta, GA

Prime Storage Group (19.7 miles)

3850 Shallowford Rd

Marietta, GA

Ram Self Storage (19.8 miles)

650 Smyrna Rd SW

Conyers, GA