Investing in Storage Units Blog - RV & Boat Storage at Luxelocker
Boat storage or RV storage at a storage facility is a good alternative. In many cases, a boat storage facility might be more affordable than keeping it at a marina. An RV storage facility might be required if you can’t keep your vehicle at home. Homeowners associations and local ordinances often don’t allow you to park it in your driveway. Either way, if you are thinking of storing your boat or RV, here are some considerations.
For people eager to escape quarantine lock-downs in frigid locations, RVs are an attractive option for safe winter travel in a controlled environment.
Demand for new and used recreational vehicles is being driven by first time RV buyers across the
country. Recreational vehicle parks are reporting a dramatic increase in stays starting in May of 2020. RV dealers struggle to keep popular models in stock. What is driving this sudden surge of interest? As with so much these days, the answer is related to COVID-19. The pandemic is pushing the increases in RV demand in two ways.
Richland, Washington is a small town with a unique history. It had a population of just 300 in August, 1943, but saw that population explode as it became home to workers on the Manhattan Project. At the end of the war, 25,000 people called Richland, Washington home.