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Cambridge, Massachusetts

4.2 mi

near 362 Rindge Ave

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 1st month

$165/ mo

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Revere, Massachusetts

4.4 mi

near 98 Leverett Ave

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No Stairs

$119/ mo

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Everett, Massachusetts

3.5 mi

near 8 Garland St

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 1st month

$277/ mo

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Chelsea, Massachusetts

3 mi

near 8 Garland St

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$140/ mo

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Helpful reviews from renters in Boston, Massachusetts

20 x 10 Driveway in Boston, Massachusetts

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"Edmir is very easy to talk to and quick to respond. I parked my car here for 3 months without any issues. If I need a spot in Boston again I will definitely park here "

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David C.

Boston, MA

Aug 31, 2023

20 x 10 Parking Lot in Boston, Massachusetts

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"Very helpful and responsive whenever you needed, great experience overall!"

Henry J.

Boston, MA

Aug 30, 2022

20 x 10 Driveway in Boston, Massachusetts

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"If you want a quality experience for storing your car, RENT FROM EDMIR! I left my car with him after driving into Boston with no gameplan a few hours before a flight off the continent. His communication, attention to his effort, and willingness to help his clients out is more than I ever would have expected. He even aired up my tires when they went flat! Above+beyond, I wouldn’t go anywhere else. "

Bryan J.

Boston, MA

Feb 26, 2023

20 x 10 Parking Lot in Medford, Massachusetts

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"Host was very responsive and helpful. Great spot to park our car."

Christian E.

Medford, MA

Aug 3, 2023

15 x 9 Parking Lot in Malden, Massachusetts

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"Very close and wide grateful for the opportunity to park there thanks"

Antwinaliss M.

Malden, MA

Aug 8, 2022

30 x 22 Driveway in Saugus, Massachusetts

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"I stored my 24 foot RV with Laura for 8+ months. It was a perfect storage spot and Laura was a great host. I'd highly recommend storing your car/rv with Laura. "

Jim A.

Saugus, MA

Jun 29, 2023

25 x 14 Unpaved Lot in Dedham, Massachusetts

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"Great host, always available. The parking space was perfect to store an RV"

Jose Tomas D.

Dedham, MA

Dec 4, 2022

20 x 10 Driveway in Peabody, Massachusetts

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"Safe area , easy to park ,good communication and handled very quick"

Emre S.

Peabody, MA

Dec 30, 2021

20 x 10 Driveway in Chelmsford, Massachusetts

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"Great communications; great experience. My pop-up camper was safe and out of my way all sesson"

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Neil H.

Chelmsford, MA

Sep 27, 2022

20 x 10 Parking Lot in Quincy, Massachusetts

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"Awesome host and safe lot. No problems whatsoever. Sekwane was super friendly and helpful and I’d park here again anytime. 10/10 recommend. "

Isaac A.

Quincy, MA

Jul 30, 2022

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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

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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

When it comes to storing your motorhome, camper, or travel trailer in Boston, outdoor storage is a practical and accessible option that suits many. Boston's diverse residential and commercial areas offer versatile options which can accommodate anything from small pop-up campers to large fifth wheels, making it a convenient solution for your RV storage needs.

There are three main types of storage options for your RV. Each category comes with its own benefits, and depending on your specific needs, one may be more suitable than the others. Here they are:

  • Outdoor RV storage is a popular choice due to its accessibility and wide-open spaces. Many Bostonians have ample outdoor space in their properties, which can be used for storing large vehicles like RVs. This gives you easy access to your vehicle whenever you're ready for your next adventure.
  • Covered RV storage: This is a variation of outdoor storage that offers a little more protection against elements. These spaces might be located under large canopies or carports, and can often be found in residential driveways or commercial parking lots. While protection from the weather is slightly less compared to indoor storage, a covered storage space provides a good balance between cost and protection.
  • Indoor RV storage offers the highest level of protection. These spaces are often found in large garages or warehouses in both residential and commercial properties. Indoor storage keeps your RV shielded from the Boston elements, making it the ideal choice for maintaining your vehicle in pristine condition, especially during those harsh New England winters.
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Choosing outdoor RV storage

Choosing the right outdoor storage space for your RV, travel trailer, or motorhome can be a straightforward process. It essentially involves understanding the size requirements of your vehicle, the accessibility of the storage unit, and its location. Here are some key factors to consider:

  • Assessing Space Size: Determine the exact dimensions of your camper, including its length, width and height. The storage space you choose should comfortably accommodate these size specifications. It should also provide additional space for unhindered maneuvering and potential storage of outdoor gear or other related accessories.
  • Accessibility Factors: Consider the kind of access you require to your RV. If frequent visits are anticipated, then look for spaces that offer round-the-clock access. The site should also be easy to navigate, particularly if you have a larger-sized motorhome. Check out the entrance and exit routes and ensure they can accommodate your vehicle without any issues.
  • Location & Safety: Finally, consider the location of the storage space. Proximity to your residence might be crucial if you plan on using your RV regularly. Additionally, prioritize locations that offer good security features. A safe and secure residential area would be preferable to ensure the protection of your vehicle. Always remember, the safety of your prized possession should not be compromised.
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Climate considerations

When storing your RV, travel trailer, or motorhome in Boston, it's important to consider the city's prevailing climate. Boston experiences a wide range of weather conditions, with temperatures reaching up to 82°F in peak summer months like July, and plummeting to as low as 22°F during winter's peak in January. In summer, it's essential to safeguard your vehicle from the heat and potential sun damage. Utilize a breathable yet waterproof RV cover to protect from UV rays which can fade your vehicle's paint and damage its interior.

In contrast, the harsh Boston winters bring frigid temperatures, snow, ice and frost. Covering your vehicle is vital during this season to prevent potential weather-related damage like cracking or breakage. It's recommended to use a thicker, insulative cover with good ventilation to keep moisture at bay while shielding against the cold. Always ensure covers are securely fastened to stand up to Boston's winter winds.

No matter the season, routine checks and maintenance of your stored trailer or motorhome are beneficial to ensure the longevity and readiness of your vehicle for your next adventure.

Renting outdoor RV storage in Boston

Boston, Massachusetts, a city steeped in history and culture, is also home to a variety of RV storage options. Should you be seeking a location to stow your motorhome or travel trailer, keep an eye out for storage opportunities in the city's bustling neighborhoods or near Boston's renown outdoor landmarks.

Consider the iconic Beacon Hill, characterized by its historical architecture and cobblestone streets. Storing your RV in this area not only offers convenience but also, as one user stated, a "great location to park your trailer!" Further, South Boston, locally known as Southie, lends itself to the city's extensive coastline, making for accessible storage options.

The picturesque Back Bay, known for its Victorian brownstone homes, is another neighborhood you may want to consider. Not only is it a prime location, but one user remarked on their experience, saying the host "helped us a great deal with taking care of our RV."

Venturing beyond the city limits, you might explore storage opportunities near the expansive Blue Hills Reservation or the tranquil Walden Pond State Reservation. One user found such location to be very secure, adding that the host was "very flexible" with their frequent visits to check on the camper.

Even without venturing far, the city's diverse neighborhoods offer numerous storage options. Benefits include hosts committed to "keeping everything looking uniform and organized," saving you money, and providing "Plenty of room and very accessible" storage spaces for your motorhome, camper, or travel trailer.

FAQs About RV storage in Boston, Massachusetts

The price of RV storage in Boston is influenced by factors such as location, availability, facility features, and storage unit size.

To select the right RV storage size in Boston, measure your vehicle's dimensions and consider options like covered or uncovered storage, taking into account the extra space you might require for additional items or easy access.

For long-term RV storage in Boston, you should clean both the interior and exterior, remove perishables, disconnect batteries, cover and protect tires, and ensure proper ventilation. Additionally, take measures to protect your RV from harsh weather conditions and pests.

Boston RV storage locations

St Alphonsus St, Boston

Additional Massachusetts RV storage locations

Revere Beach Parkway, Chelsea
200 North Dartmouth Mall, Dartmouth
Ferry St Broadway, Everett
Washington Street, Malden
Pond Street, Norwell
Hancock St, Quincy
Paradise Rd, Salem

Alternative Outdoor RV Storage Options near Boston

Despite the fact that Neighbor.com outdoor RV storage typically has the lowest priced, safer, and nearest outdoor RV storage, traditional facilities might be another choice for outdoor RV storage in Boston, MA.

If you'd like information about traditional storage units in Boston, MA, use the below list of outdoor RV storage facilities for more details:

Prime Storage (1.1 miles)

33 Traveler St

Boston, MA

Boston Seaport Self Storage (1.5 miles)

380 E St

Boston, MA

Castle Self-Storage (1.6 miles)

39 Old Colony Ave

Boston, MA

Prime Storage (1.7 miles)

135 Old Colony Ave

Boston, MA

Prime Storage (1.9 miles)

100 Southampton St

Boston, MA

CubeSmart Self Storage (2.2 miles)

968 Massachusetts Ave

Boston, MA

U-Haul Moving & Storage at Mass Ave Boston (2.2 miles)

985 Massachusetts Ave

Boston, MA

CubeSmart Self Storage (2.6 miles)

150 William F McClellan Hwy

Boston, MA

Extra Space Storage (3.9 miles)

3175 Washington St

Jamaica Plain, MA

CubeSmart Self Storage (4.2 miles)

130 Lincoln St

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Comeau's Mini Storage (9.2 miles)

20 Walden Pond Ave

Saugus, MA

Extra Space Storage (18.6 miles)

110 Leland St

Framingham, MA