Located in Sacramento County

RV Storage

Boat Storage

Motor Home Storage

Camper Storage

24/7 Electronic Gate Access.

24/7 Surveillance Cameras

Storage Lighting

Dump Station

Family Owned & Operated

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J & J Smith RV Storage Tips

Tips We offer convenient and affordable RV and Boat Storage in North Highlands, of Sacramento County. It is important that your investments are properly stored so that when you are ready to use your RV it is in good condition and ready to go when you are.



• Remove all perishable items from cabinets and refrigerator • Clean the inside of the refrigerator and leave door open to ventilate • Turn off refrigerator, and verify all power sources are off by checking 12 volt, 110 volt and LP gas • If you have a main switch, we recommend turning it to the off position to avoid drain on your battery • Clean roof top air conditioner filters and put cover on RV • Clean the interior of the RV and always pull the shades and/or window blinds to protect the inside from damaging UV rays from the sun • Turn off the propane cylinders and cover the regulator to prevent weather from damaging regulator and draining of propane • If you plan to store your RV for long term, cover vents to the furnace and range hood to ensure further protection. • Close all windows and roof vents to prevent water damage from rain and or moisture, and will keep out dust and dirt • Inspect roof , body, interior, soft molding and caulking for any weather damage, cracking, or leaks • Replace all damaged/cracked plastic vents to avoid damage to interior. • Check tire pressure and cover the tires if they will be exposed to the sun for any length of time • Check water in batteries to promote longer battery life • If you have a motor home, check all operating fluid levels under the hood and top off the gasoline tank. Add a fuel stabilizer if storing for long term • Make sure to empty and thoroughly rinse out all holding tanks. During the winter, all water tanks, lines and pumps should be drained and filled with non-toxic RV antifreeze to keep from freezing the system. Note: Never use automobile antifreeze of any kind in your water system

Always a good idea to refer to your owner’s manual for additional system storage tips