<p dir="ltr">Anaheim is a beautiful city with unique restaurants and other sites, relatively low crime, and plenty to do. Still, chances are, you won’t be able to park your RV on the street, so unless you have enough room in your driveway, you’ll need a to find a good RV and boat self-storage facility.</p>\r\nTogether, Anaheim and Anaheim hills have 35 self-storage facilities, 22 of which have RV and boat storage. There’s much to consider when looking for a facility, so read on.\r\n<h1>Consider 24 Hour Access</h1>\r\nWhen vacationing in an RV, everyday ideas about when to leave home and when you might return go out the proverbial window. You may want to leave at 5:00 in the morning to avoid the traffic during the morning work commute. You may return from a long trip past midnight. If this sounds like you, look for a RV storage facility with 24 hour access.\r\n\r\nEven if you’re going somewhere local, like for a brief ski trip up Mammoth Mountain, 24 hour access might be critical to your plans. Of course, if you do decide on a trip to the snow, you’ll need to <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.storagefront.com/therentersbent/preparing-your-rv-for-winter-storage">winterize your RV’s water systems</a>.\r\n<h1>Why Security Matters in Anaheim</h1>\r\nThough you might feel the most comfortable if you could park your RV in front of your house where you can check it regularly, chances are it would be safer in the right self-storage facility. Crime isn’t exactly rampant in Anaheim. In fact, it’s safer than the California average. With a crime index of 25, it’s just <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/ca/anaheim/crime/">slightly above the national average for crime</a>.\r\n\r\nRV self-storage can range from an outdoor gated parking lot to a fully enclosed and locked unit. There’s more to consider than you might think, and our article on s<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.storagefront.com/storagetips/self-storage-basics/security-considerations">torage security systems</a> can help you sort through them.\r\n\r\nIn the end, find a place you trust with great security, and chances are, your RV will face no trouble.\r\n<h1>Opting for a Flexible Lease</h1>\r\nWhen you go on an extended vacation in your RV you’ll need to pay for your camping space and more. If possible, you probably don’t want to pay for the storage space you’re not using.\r\n\r\nSome self-storage facilities offer flexible leases. Ask around about policies. Also, many self-storage allow for online payments and even renting new spaces via the web, so ask about your options.