How Do You Store Your Truck Camper When Not in Use?

Storing your truck camper when not in use is an important part of maintaining your camper and keeping it in good working order. Depending on the type of camper you own, there are several options available for storing it safely and securely.

One option is to store the camper on an RV pad or concrete slab at home. This provides a secure and level surface for the camper, and gives you easy access to it when you need it.

Make sure that the pad or slab is level, so that your camper doesn’t tilt while parked. Additionally, if you’re going to be leaving your camper outdoors for extended periods of time, invest in a quality cover to protect it from the elements.

Another option is to rent a storage unit or space specifically designed for large recreational vehicles like campers. These units provide a safe and secure place to store your vehicle while not in use. They are typically climate-controlled and secure with gated access, so you don’t have to worry about anyone tampering with your camper while it’s sitting idle.

Finally, if you don’t have any extra space at home or want to rent a storage unit, consider taking advantage of a professional storage facility that specializes in storing campers and other large recreational vehicles. These facilities typically offer amenities like 24-hour security monitoring, climate-controlled storage units, and even delivery services.


No matter which option you choose for storing your truck camper when not in use, make sure that it is securely stored in a dry location with adequate protection from the elements. Taking care of your truck camper now will ensure that it will be ready when you want to hit the road!

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James Gardner