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Have a question? Chances are you'll find the answer below!

  • What does it cost to move in?
    To move in, we require a security deposit equal to one month’s rent and a prorated rent payment based on your date of move in.
  • Do you offer discounts if I pay in advance?
    Since our lease agreements are month-to-month, we don’t currently offer any discounts for paying in advance.
  • Do you offer Month-to-Month leases?
    All our leases are month-to-month. You can end your lease at any time by submitting a written 10-Day Notice.
  • How long do you hold my online reservation?
    Online reservations will be held for 14 days. If a lease is signed before the end of the 14 days, this paid amount will count towards the customer’s security deposit.
  • Is my reservation deposit refundable?
    If a lease is not signed, the online reservation deposit is fully refundable.
  • What type of documentation is required to rent a space?
    We require a government-issued photo ID (example: driver's license, state ID, or passport), vehicle information (License plate and VIN), Proof of Registration, and Proof of Insurance. Unregistered or inoperable vehicles may not be stored on site.
  • How do I make my monthly payment?
    Customers can set up autopayment using a credit card or ACH transfer. We also accept checks during regular office hours. Autopayments are charged on the first of the month. Payment by check is due on the first of the month.
  • Do you prorate the rent upon move out?
    Yes, prorated rent is calculated on day of move out.
  • What are your storage policies?
    See below for a summary of our storage policies. To obtain a copy of our Lease Agreement as well as our Rules and Regulations, please email us at or click the button below. Our Lease Agreement contains detailed guidance on the usage of our facilities, ensuring both the integrity of the space and the security of stored items. The agreement clearly sets out terms regarding maintenance of rented spaces and usage protocols from charges for unauthorized usage of dumpsters and trickle charge adapters, to obligations for protecting floors from chemical spills, and stipulations on the type of substances allowed within the premises. There are strict rules against unauthorized entries, lending access codes, and overnight stays to ensure the safety and efficient management of the facility. The agreement also highlights tenants' responsibilities towards maintaining insurance coverage for their stored personal property.
  • Do you have pull-through spaces?
    Yes, we have a limited number of pull-through spaces. Please call for availability. A wait list is available if our pull through spaces are filled.
  • What maintenance steps should I take for my RV or boat while it's in storage?
    Proper maintenance during storage ensures your RV or boat remains in good condition and is ready for you when you need it. Here are some essential maintenance steps to consider: Clean thoroughly: Before storing your vehicle, clean both the interior and exterior thoroughly. Remove any dirt, debris, or food particles that could attract pests. Ensure all surfaces are dry to prevent mold or mildew growth. Check for leaks: Inspect the roof, windows, and seams for any signs of leaks. Repair or seal any areas that may allow water penetration to prevent water damage during storage. Maintain the battery: If your RV or boat has a battery, follow the manufacturer's recommendations for proper battery maintenance during storage. This may include periodic charging or using a battery maintainer to prevent battery drain. Fuel and engine maintenance: For boats, stabilize the fuel and run the engine to distribute the treated fuel throughout the system. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for fuel stabilizer usage. For RVs, consider filling up the fuel tank to reduce the risk of condensation. Fluid checks and changes: Check and change the oil, coolant, and other fluids as recommended by the manufacturer. Fresh fluids help protect the engine and various systems during storage. Tire care: Inflate the tires to the recommended pressure to maintain their shape and prevent flat spots. Consider using tire covers to protect them from sunlight and prevent dry rot. Ensure that you have wheel chucks in place to prevent rolling. HVAC system maintenance: If your RV or boat has a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, clean or replace the filters and ensure the system is in proper working condition. This helps maintain air quality and prevents potential issues. Pest prevention: Take measures to prevent pests from entering your RV or boat. Seal any openings or gaps, use pest deterrents such as traps or repellents, and remove any food sources from the vehicle. Regular inspections: Periodically inspect your RV or boat during storage. Check for signs of damage, leaks, or pest activity. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.
  • How can I access my parking space once I’ve signed a lease?
    All customers are given a personal gate code for secure access.
  • When is your facility open?
    Customers can access their parking spaces seven days a week between the hours of 7:00 AM and 9:00 PM, every day of the year. Our office is open Monday through Saturday between the hours of 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Please note: Our office is closed on major holidays and notice will be posted on the office door.
  • Do you have staff that check the RVs?
    Our staff walk the facility on a daily basis. They are not allowed to touch or enter any RVs or boats, even at the request of the customer. Customers will be notified via e-mail or telephone call if something in their space needs attention.
  • Is the RV dump station available for public use?
    Our dump station is only available to current customers. The station is located behind our closed and locked gates and an active key code is required to access the premises.
  • Do you sell propane?
    Yes. We sell propane for cooking tank refills only. We are not able to offer propane for vehicle fuel use and propane sale is not available to the public.
  • Can I store multiple items in my space?
    Customers may store multiple vehicles in their space, providing no vehicles are impeding into another space. Valid registration and insurance are required for all vehicles and boats.
  • Can I stay in my camper overnight?
    Our facility is accessible only between the hours of 7 AM and 9 PM daily. Staying in any vehicle, RV or Boat overnight is prohibited.
  • Are there any restrictions on the size or type of RV or boat that can be stored?
    We offer a range of space sizes to accommodate many sizes of boats and RVs. Customers must rent a space that is large enough to stay within their rented space and not impede into other spaces or drive aisles. Specific available sizes can be found by clicking on the “Reserve Now” button at the top of the website.
  • Are there any penalties or fees for canceling or changing storage arrangements?
    We do not charge fees for canceling or switching spaces. We do require a 10-day notice in both instances.
  • Can I sublease my space when I’m not using it?
    For security reasons, we do not allow customers to sublease their space.
  • How safe and secure is Oakley Executive RV & Boat Storage facility?
    Every space is enclosed within a 14’ high perimeter fence. The facility is under 24-hour video surveillance with an active alarm system and motion flood lights.
  • How do I properly prepare my RV or boat for long-term storage?
    Properly preparing your RV or boat for long-term storage is essential to maintaining its condition and ensuring it's ready for use when you need it. Here are some steps to follow: Clean and dry your vehicle: Thoroughly clean both the interior and exterior of your RV or boat. Remove any dirt, debris, or food particles that could attract pests. Ensure all surfaces are dry to prevent mold or mildew growth. Empty and defrost: Remove all perishable items and food from your RV or boat to avoid odors and prevent attracting pests. Empty and defrost the refrigerator and freezer compartments, leaving the doors slightly ajar to allow airflow. Drain water systems: Completely drain the fresh water, gray water, and black water tanks. Flush the systems and use an RV or boat antifreeze to prevent any remaining water from freezing and causing damage. Protect the engine and fuel system: For boats, add a fuel stabilizer to the tank and run the engine to distribute the treated fuel throughout the system. For RVs, fill up the fuel tank to reduce the risk of condensation and add a fuel stabilizer as well. Remove the battery or disconnect it: If possible, remove the battery from your RV or boat and store it in a cool, dry place. If removal is not an option, disconnect the battery to prevent drainage and potential damage from electrical issues. Tend to tires: Inflate the tires to the recommended pressure and consider using tire covers to protect them from sunlight and prevent dry rot. If possible, store the RV or boat on jack stands to alleviate pressure on the tires. Ensure that you have wheel chucks in place to prevent rolling. Maintain ventilation: Open vents and windows slightly to promote airflow and prevent stagnant air. Consider using vent covers to protect against rain and debris. Check and secure all openings: Close and secure all windows, hatches, and doors to prevent access points for pests or potential water leaks. Keep records and documentation: Document the condition of your RV or boat before storage. Take photos, make a checklist of existing issues or maintenance needs, and keep it with your records for future reference.
  • What amenities should I look for in an RV or boat storage facility?
    Choosing an RV or boat storage facility with the right amenities can significantly improve your storage experience. Here are some amenities to consider: Covered storage: Look for a facility that offers covered storage options. Covered spaces provide protection from the elements which can minimize exposure to sunlight, rain, and other weather conditions. Security features: Double check that the facility has strong security measures in place. This can include gated access, surveillance cameras, and unique customer keycodes which help to protect your vehicle from theft and gives you peace of mind. Dump stations: If you have an RV, having on-site dump stations for sewage disposal can save you time and effort when preparing for trips or after long-term storage. Online account management: Look for facilities that offer online account management tools, allowing you to conveniently manage your storage rental and payments. Other complimentary amenities: Look for storage facilities that go above and beyond by offering other small items such as ice, an air compressor, and a power washer. Anything that can make your pick-up and drop-off hassle-free is worth considering.
  • How do I choose the right storage size for my RV or boat?
    To ensure a correct fit and make the most of your available space, it's important to pick the appropriate storage size for your RV or boat. Here are some steps to help you determine the correct size: Measure the dimensions: Measure the length, width, and height of your RV or boat, including any additional accessories or attachments that may extend beyond the standard dimensions. Make note of the largest measurements. Consider clearance requirements: Factor in any additional clearance requirements for your vehicle, such as space for opening doors, slides, or awnings. Ensure the storage space provides sufficient clearance for easy access and maneuverability. Consider future needs: If you anticipate modifications or additions to your RV or boat in the future, account for those changes when selecting the storage size. It's better to have some extra space for flexibility rather than struggling with a tight fit later on. Consult with us or visit our facility: Discuss your RV or boat’s dimensions with us and we can guide you on the most appropriate sizes we have available.
  • How do I maintain battery health during long-term storage?
    For your RV or boat battery to remain healthy and functional during long-term storage, proper battery care is key. Here are a few steps to think about when maintaining battery health: Fully charge the battery: Before storing your vehicle, make sure the battery is fully charged. This helps prevent the battery from discharging during storage, which can lead to sulfation and decreased capacity. Disconnect the battery or use a battery disconnect switch: If possible, disconnect the battery from the vehicle's electrical system. This eliminates any unnecessary drainage that may slowly discharge the battery over time. Alternatively, you can use a battery disconnect switch to easily disconnect and reconnect the battery as needed. Clean the battery terminals: Double check that the battery terminals are clean and free from corrosion. You can also use a mixture of baking soda and water to clean any buildup on the terminals. Once cleaned, rinse and dry before reconnecting. Use a battery maintainer or trickle charger: Consider using a battery maintainer or trickle charger specifically designed for long-term storage. These devices provide a low, constant charge to the battery, keeping it at an optimal level without overcharging. Periodically check battery voltage: During storage, periodically check the battery voltage using a multimeter or voltmeter. If the voltage drops significantly, recharge the battery or use a maintainer to bring it back to the proper level. Follow manufacturer's guidelines: Consult the battery manufacturer's guidelines for specific recommendations on maintenance and storage. Different types of batteries may have unique requirements.
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