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Old 02-07-2013, 04:14 PM   #1
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We are looking for a place near the Denver airport (or within an hour or 2) to leave our motorhome and truck for a month in mid-May in order to return home for our son's graduation from LSU.
It sounds like the best area would be east of Denver, lower elevations and campgrounds will be open earlier?
Since we are fulltiming we would need to leave it plugged into electricity so that's why we are thinking of a campground unless we can find a storage place with electric.
The weather east of Denver in mid-May should be above freezing at night?
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Forest, that region in May is normally very comfortable temperature wise day and night. Only on a freak year would have cold enough temps at night to freeze anything. Fort Collins which may be further out of the way, has a few storage locations. That area seems to be the RV capitol of Colorado. There are a few places between there and Denver. Are you looking to leave the toad at the same storage and hitching a ride to the airport?
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Hi Forest,

In May temperatures are Mid 70's and Low's in the 40's. Now, these are the normal temps and you never know what to expect in the Rocky Mountains. Below I have listed 3 storage facilities in or around the Denver area.

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RV Storage Denver, Boat Storage, Camper Storage Colorado


Secure RV Storage - Denver


The largest, most accessible RV storage facility in the Denver area. We are conveniently located so it is easy to drop-off or pick-up your RV from home or work. Besides storing all types of recreational vehicles and motor homes, we offer short-term and long-term options for boats, fifth-wheel and pop-up campers. We provide on-site security personnel, CCTV, wide angled parking spaces, friendly, service-oriented staff and many amenities not offered by other RV storage facilities in the Denver area.





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Another here:
Freedom RV :: RV Storage Denver, Boat Storage Denver, Camper Storage Denver

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Denver Storage Units - Boat, Car, RV, Trailer | Centennial Storage[/TD]
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:42 PM   #4
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Yes I'll leave my truck there also.
The problem I'm finding is since this is the beginning of the rv season there is no availability, most storage places are booked year-round. Plus I need electricity to keep the fridge and freezer running.
I was hoping to find some local knowledge. I may end up just booking a campground site nearby.
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