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Old 07-16-2013, 07:01 AM   #1
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Storage in Florida for winter?

We are contemplating driving our motorhome from NJ to Florida and storing it there from November to April. As it turns out, life is not permitting us to use the MH as frequently as we anticipated. So, we are thinking having it in Florida will extend the amount of time we can use it. Does anyone do this? We were looking at a place right next to the Orlando airport called Park Bark & Fly. Wondering if anyone has experience there (or other storage facility in the area).
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Old 07-16-2013, 09:20 AM   #2
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What is your radius from Orlando? Do you want inside storage? I use a place in Melbourne called Big Boy Toy Storage. Inside storage, $8/ft. Outside under a roof is $6/ft. There is other options that are less expensive but decided to store inside to protect the TT from the elements and not worry as much when a hurricane pops thru..
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Look at campgrounds. Where would you be staying in Florida when you go down? Is it possible that they have storage?

I camped at the Thousand Trails park in Clermont, FL (near Orlando) and they had a storage lot on the property.
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Of course you know you want to store during peak snowbird season in Florida?
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Look at campgrounds. Where would you be staying in Florida when you go down? Is it possible that they have storage?

I camped at the Thousand Trails park in Clermont, FL (near Orlando) and they had a storage lot on the property.
We've been staying at TT Orlando also for the last 7 yrs. I don't know if that storage area is for the public or members, but an email to Beth Ann McCourt should be able to clear it up. Pm me and I will give you her email address.
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