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20’ × 9



Portland, Oregon

3.9 mi

near 4635 SE 50th Ave

Private Space

Security Camera

No Stairs

$90/ mo

20’ × 10

Parking Lot

Portland, Oregon

3 mi

near 1832 SE 48th Ave

Private Space

Security Camera

$99/ mo

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20’ × 10


Parking Lot

Portland, Oregon

0.9 mi

near SE Tilikum Way

Private Space

No Stairs

Pet Free

$109/ mo

20’ × 10


Portland, Oregon

5.5 mi

near 10101 SE Main St

Security Camera


 1st month

$111/ mo

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Helpful reviews from renters in Portland, Oregon

38 x 10 Driveway in Portland, Oregon

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"This was the best storage rental I could have ever asked for! Jenna and Isaac are absolutely wonderful and incredibly accommodating! We stored our camper and truck in their space for over a year and when we needed access to them, Jenna and Isaac were always available! I highly recommend renting from them if you need to store your camper or vehicle in the Portland area! You won’t be disappointed!"

Melissa W.

Portland, OR

Mar 10, 2023

60 x 12 Driveway in Portland, Oregon

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"Candyce was very accommodating, friendly, and responsive. The driveway has plenty of room—a great place to store an RV."

Ryan M.

Portland, OR

Jul 8, 2021

38 x 10 Driveway in Portland, Oregon

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"Jenna and Issac were welcoming and made themselves available when we needed to move our RV in or out. Excellent experience!"

Susan M.

Portland, OR

Aug 23, 2023

25 x 10 Driveway in Portland, Oregon

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"Great hosts here. Convenient place to park a vehicle. Could be a bit trickier to keep a larger boat or trailer though since street can be busy"

John V.

Portland, OR

Jul 26, 2022

20 x 10 Parking Lot in Portland, Oregon

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"I needed a spot to park my food cart, I never used neighbors before, so I was very hesitant to park it with all the break ins around town. But this lot was PERFECT! I was able to tuck on trailer in the back, and they have apartments behind the lot, which was a little extra security. I was able to access the cart whenever, and Huy was very accommodating. Would definitely recommend this location."

Marinda B.

Portland, OR

Sep 25, 2021

40 x 15 Driveway in Vancouver, Washington

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" Super lovely family. If I ever need a rv site again, it will definitely been with them . "

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Lynda L.

Vancouver, WA

May 28, 2023

27 x 12 Unpaved Lot in Tigard, Oregon

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"We parked our camper at Nick’s for over a year. He was a great host - helped us learn how to back it in the spot and was always quick to respond when we messaged him. I would recommend highly. "

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Elisabeth C.

Tigard, OR

Nov 20, 2022

35 x 20 Unpaved Lot in Newberg, Oregon

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"This is a great place to store an RV or trailer."

Jason C.

Newberg, OR

Apr 26, 2023

27 x 10 Unpaved Lot in Tigard, Oregon

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"Nick is a lovely person. He helped me a lot to fix things on my RV. He actually becomes a really good friend. The spot was perfect, in a safe neighborhood. I couldn't find a better place ! "

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Pierre N.

Tigard, OR

Jun 18, 2023

15 x 40 Unpaved Lot in Beaverton, Oregon

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"This location and property owner relieved all my reservations about Neighbors. This location has a very accessible, fully fenced, level pad shared with two big well mannered dogs that felt secure. Mr. Raymond was respectful and accommodating. Appointments were make and generous, even allowing me to do some minor routine maintinance work on my 5th wheel. I highly recommend! My first choice!"

Bryan J.

Beaverton, OR

Nov 22, 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

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

Considering the unpredictable weather of Portland, Oregon, it's essential to store your RV, travel trailer, or camper properly during off-use seasons. Renting outdoor storage in the city provides an affordable, easy, and secure option for RV owners, safeguarding their investments from the elements and ensuring they’re ready for the next adventure.

Three primary storage options include indoor storage, outdoor storage, and covered storage. These can be provided by homeowners, businesses, and other property owners, giving RV owners various choices to suit their needs.

  • Outdoor RV storage: These can be spaces like driveways, parking lots or large yards, depending on the property. They are typically more affordable and offer easy access at any time. Despite exposure to weather, using a high-quality RV cover can provide adequate protection against Portland's rain and sun.
  • Covered RV Storage: This includes carports, canopy spaces, or other open-air structures that can serve as adequate shelter for travel trailers or motorhomes. These spaces offer a balance between cost and protection, as they shield the RV from direct exposure to the sun and rain, a key consideration given Portland's diverse climate.
  • Indoor RV Storage: This option includes larger structures like garages or warehouses where your motorhome can be completely enclosed. While they might come at a higher cost, they offer the best protection against weather conditions. They are ideal for luxury RVs or vintage campers that need extra care. They also provide optimum security, particularly during Oregon's long, wet winters.

These options can be found throughout Portland, offering flexibility and convenience for RV owners. It’s always important to consider the size, type, and needs of your RV or camper when selecting the right storage option. A fifth wheel might require a different type of storage compared to a pop-up camper, as height and length can affect where and how it can be stored.

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Choosing outdoor RV storage

Choosing the right storage for your RV, travel trailer, or motorhome involves considering several key factors. Whether you're parking a pop-up camper or a sizable fifth wheel, these considerations will ensure your vehicle is secured and well-maintained.

  • Size Matters: It's not just about fitting your RV in a space, but also how you'll move around it. Ensure the storage spot you choose can not only accommodate the size of your vehicle but also has sufficient room for you to navigate safely around it. If you plan on storing additional items like camping gear or bicycles, you'll need some extra space.
  • Access and Convenience: Consider not only the hours during which you can access your vehicle, but also how easy it is to reach your vehicle within the space. The more convenient it is to retrieve and return your RV, the more you'll be able to utilize it. Look for a storage location that does not require complex maneuvers to park or retrieve your vehicle.
  • Location and Safety: Proximity to your residence and the safety of the neighborhood are two important factors. You want your RV close enough to make preparation for trips easy, but also in a location where it will be safe. Even though it's in storage, your vehicle still needs protection from potential harm. Opt for a residential storage space that offers these two key elements.
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Climate considerations

Portland, Oregon experiences varied weather conditions throughout the year, which makes it crucial for RV owners to consider climate when opting for outdoor storage. The city is known for its warm, dry summers with average highs around 80 degrees Fahrenheit. During these months, a quality UV-protective cover can shield your travel trailer, camper or motorhome from sun damage and the elements.

In contrast, winters in Portland can be quite chilly, with average lows dropping to around 36 degrees Fahrenheit. To protect your RV during colder months, a weather-resistant cover with ample insulation is recommended. These covers can prevent potential frost damage and shield your vehicle from the dampness caused by Portland's frequent rainfall. Remember, proper climate consideration is key to keeping your RV in optimum condition.

Renting outdoor RV storage in Portland

Nestled in the Pacific Northwest, Portland, Oregon is a city known for its lush greenery, thriving arts scene, and nearby natural wonders. The city is a mecca for RV owners, with iconic landmarks such as Mount Hood, Columbia River Gorge, and the Pacific coastline within a day's trip, making it an ideal base for storing your motorhome, trailer, or camper.

Storing your RV in Portland can be a stress-free experience with residents from neighborhoods like Nob Hill, Hawthorne, and Pearl District offering outdoor spaces as storage options. These communities, known for their vibrant culture and welcoming atmosphere, extend their hospitality to RV owners looking for a safe and secure place to store their vehicles.

"Great location," perfectly describes the strategic advantage of having your RV parked in Portland, ready for spontaneous road trips. The city's active RV community ensures you'll find "very flexible" hosts, allowing you the freedom to access your vehicle as per your convenience.

Testimonials from Portland highlight the supportive nature of hosts, who often go above and beyond to help with RV care, making the process of storing your vehicle smooth and easy. They "highly recommend" the service, reflecting their satisfaction and trust.

"Excellent host," speaks volumes about the professionalism of the storage hosts in Portland, who are known for their commitment to keeping your vehicles well-ordered and providing valuable tips on "proper storage techniques."

The appreciation for the "great space" and accessibility reflects the quality of service in Portland. The open and roomy storage spaces in residential areas not only accommodate different types of RVs but also provide easy access anytime, enhancing the overall experience.

FAQs About RV storage in Portland, Oregon

The price of RV storage in Portland is affected by factors like location, facility amenities, security features, and the type of storage unit (indoor or outdoor).

To determine the appropriate RV storage size, consider the overall dimensions of your vehicle, including its length, width, and height. Choose a storage unit that is slightly larger than your RV to ensure safe and secure storage.

For long-term RV storage in Portland, you should clean and inspect your vehicle, remove perishable items and personal belongings, disconnect the battery, and cover your RV to protect it from the elements and any potential damage while in storage. Make sure to also perform regular maintenance and checkups on your vehicle if stored for an extended period.

Portland RV storage locations

Se 17th Ave, Portland
Sw Broadway, Portland
Ne Oregon St, Portland

Additional Oregon RV storage locations

Se Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas

Alternative Outdoor RV Storage Options near Portland

While outdoor RV storage on Neighbor.com often features the more cost-effective, safest, and nearest outdoor RV storage, traditional storage options are also a potential option for outdoor RV storage in Portland, OR.

Check out the facilities below for information:

Central Self Storage (0.8 miles)

685 SE Division Pl

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Downtown Self Storage - Johnson Street (1.3 miles)

1304 NW Johnson St

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South Waterfront Heated Storage (1.7 miles)

680 S Bancroft St

Portland, OR

Public Storage (4 miles)

8437 SW Barbur Blvd

Portland, OR

Northwest Self Storage (5.3 miles)

9065 SW Canyon Rd

Portland, OR

Extra Space Storage (5.4 miles)

8085 SE 82nd Ave

Portland, OR

Extra Space Storage (6.3 miles)

12323 SE Division St

Portland, OR

Public Storage (6.5 miles)

11995 SW Corby Dr

Portland, OR

Public Storage (6.5 miles)

801 N State St

Lake Oswego, OR

Additional Self Storage (10.6 miles)

4901 NE Minnehaha St

Vancouver, WA

Public Storage (13.9 miles)

3075 SE Tualatin Valley Hwy

Hillsboro, OR

Hometown Self Storage (18.6 miles)

1811 SE Grace Ave

Battle Ground, WA