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6 Essential Storage Tips

Clean items before storing. Some items like bedding, utensils, furniture, that aren’t frequently used can invite bugs and mold into your storage unit. Left alone over time, this cause a major headaches and money for you in the long run.

Aquatic Invasive Species Rules in Lake Havasu City

Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) threaten the public’s boating recreation and Arizona’s water and electrical infrastructure. It’s very important for every boat owner to understand what to do to prevent the spread of these invasive species. According the Arizona Game and Fish, “The spread of quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species has far-reaching impacts, both financial and ecological, that can touch virtually every resident of the state.”

Boise’s Best-Loved Off-Road Trails

When we scout for new locations for LuxeLocker RV and boat storage campuses, we, of course, for locations that are most attractive to those who love the outdoor life. We didn’t have to look too hard to realize that Boise is one of the best locations for LuxeLocker.

All You Need to Know about RVing in Washington

Mountains or beaches? Mountains or beaches? In Washington, you can have both—at the same time. The Evergreen state lives up to its nickname with unique RV camping sites giving access to more activities than you can cover in—well, a summer? A year? A hike will take you past whistling marmots (AKA groundhogs), or maybe you want to watch the orcas flip and dive in sea foam at the coast.

What You Need to Know about RVing in Nevada

Nevada is the perfect state for RVing: a wide-open state will all kinds of fascinating places to see and things to do. RVers can connect with dinosaurs, ghost towns, saloons, and haunted hotels; mines and mining camps, museums and galleries; opera and symphonies, hiking and boating; hot springs, stargazing and more!

What You Need to Know about RVing in Idaho

Have you ever thought about going from one hot spring to another? In Idaho, there are more hot springs than you could visit in one trip! What about seeing the aurora borealis here? Idaho is really is a gem of a place for RVing, in fact could could say the Gem State has everything; skiing, the famous Sun Valley, birds and butterflies, guest ranches, rafting or hiking; in fact it’s probably easier to list what you can’t do in here.