Time out on Wisconsin’s lakes and rivers is a great way to spend a summer day. Whether reeling in walleye from a fishing boat, relaxing on a pontoon boat, sailing past a beautiful sunset, or thrill-riding on water skis — water, sun and fun go together.
Like RVs, finding a location for storing your boat can be a problem. Many homeowner’s associations (HOAs) have rules prohibiting boats stored on driveways. Storing your boat in the garage means giving up precious garage space. The solution is to store your boat at Brookfield Self Storage.
Why choose Brookfield Self Storage boat storage?
Storing your boat at Brookfield Self Storage not only frees up space in your garage, it also provides other benefits:
– Drive-up access. Most of our units have drive-up access. All you have to do is back into the unit, unhitch your boat and it is ready to store. Access does not get much easier than that.
–Your boat will be secure. At Brookfield Self Storage we take pride in providing a safe and secure environment. Our entire facility is fenced in barbed wire. Access to the facility is controlled by a gated, keycode entry. And every tenant has a unique PIN code to enter. We provide 24/7 video surveillance and someone is in the office from Monday through Saturday. Finally, all tenants provide their own lock, so no one but them has access to their unit.
–Your boat will be out of the elements. Having a covered unit at Brookfield Self Storage means you will be storing your boat inside. During Wisconsin winters indoor storage is ideal because it keeps hail, ice, wind and snow from damaging your boat.
Our boat storage units
Your boat will fit in several of our covered units and we also have outdoor spaces. Please contact the friendly office team so we can help you determine the size of the unit you need and its availability.
– 10×25: Most boats will be able to fit into a 10×25 unit. Our friendly office staff can help you determine if this is the right unit for you.
– 10×30: Our largest indoor unit is the size of a 1.5 car garage. It can fit boats of many lengths.
1) “On the hard” storage.
“On the hard” storage is just the term for storing your boat out of the water. Whether you store the boat indoors or outdoors, it is considered “on the hard.”
2) Measuring boat size.
When you measure your boat’s size, you will want to measure its length. Make sure to factor in the trailer and tongue when measuring. These will also need to fit within the unit or outdoor space. If you have trouble measuring your boat our office staff can give you tips.