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Old 12-11-2010, 08:38 PM   #1
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Going rate for Temporary Storage fees in Central Fla.

We may be finding ourselves in need of a temporary storage lot in central Florida sometime during this coming winter. We may need to interupt our winter trip and leave the coach in Florida to drive back to New England on short notice.(Family health issues)
We have confirmed rates at a couple of RV parks but not sure if they are using us right.
What is the going rates for secure and safe outdoor storage for a 38' class A? Indoor would not be out of the question but my guess is the rates made be a little high. Secure is the key word.....

References welcomed.
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We are in Dunnellon near Ocala and when we stored our 36' at Outback Storage it was $40/month with no registration fee.It is fenced in with coded gates.
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Down here in Sunrise it runs closer to $100-150/mo according to my father-in-law. It'll definitely be cheaper further North.
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If you are storing for an extended period (6 months or more) it can be $40-$60/month. Short term (1 to 5 months) it can run $100-$200/month. If you are only going to be gone a few weeks, probably best to leave it in a park and pay the lot fees.
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Most storage lots charge by the month. I would vote for a storage lot over a park, because you trip up north may take longer than you anticipate. It might get expensive leaving it at a park for a month or more.

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rv storage in the port charlotte,fl area charge on average monthly $2.50 ft. plus tax. under roof is $275-300
the place where i keep my mh is fenced, code gated,securety cameras plus they provide free pump out,shaded wash facilities and propane
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rv storage in the port charlotte,fl area charge on average monthly $2.50 ft. plus tax. under roof is $275-300
the place where i keep my mh is fenced, code gated,securety cameras plus they provide free pump out,shaded wash facilities and propane
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Thank you bldrbob and dalcope,
Just the kind of information I'm looking for. We are in hopes to not need storage at all. But mother-in-law is on the WATCH list and we may need to fly North on very short notice. A back up plan is difinately needed at this time.
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In Fort Pierce, Florida I pay $2.00/ft per month + sales tax.

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We may be finding ourselves in need of a temporary storage lot in central Florida sometime during this coming winter. We may need to interupt our winter trip and leave the coach in Florida to drive back to New England on short notice.(Family health issues)
We have confirmed rates at a couple of RV parks but not sure if they are using us right.
What is the going rates for secure and safe outdoor storage for a 38' class A? Indoor would not be out of the question but my guess is the rates made be a little high. Secure is the key word.....

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Ocala, Fl. dry storage, no electric, big open grass lot with flood lights in a mobile home park off State road 441. I have our 35' coach and my boat there at $25.00 per month each. We live 5 miles from the storage my # 800.437.2907 if we can help.
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In Orlando the prices can vary widely. There is a KOA south of the airport with storage around $60 a month. The Public Storage type of places are all over $120. There is an off-airport parking lot Park Bark and Fly that offers monthly RV parking and charges about $1.30 a foot (works out to $50 and change with taxes for my Sunova 35J). My folks used to keep their MH out in the Winter Garden area at a place that offered indoor storage and I think they paid about $150-%175 a month.
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Here in Ky the rates are $25-50 per month
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I'm not a nit-picker but why would they charge sales tax on storage?
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