Three Key Routes

Convenient Southeast Valley RV Storage

RV ownership is on the rise. And while it’s grown more than 60% over the past two decades, it saw a notable increase during the pandemic, when production hit an all-time industry high. It means, increasingly, leisure travelers are choosing the wide-open road over other modes of transportation. With more people on the road and more of them in RVs, convenience becomes a greater factor when choosing an RV storage facility — particularly in the Southeast Valley of Phoenix, home to at least 1.3 million people. 

As the calendar inches closer to spring break and then rapidly rolls into summer, road trips are on the horizon for many RV owners. And at I-10 RV Storage, located near a convenient Chandler interchange in the Southeast Valley, it’s just easier for RV owners to pack up and get rolling. 

Our state-of-the-art facility, which opened in the summer of 2021, is located just southeast of the critical I-10/202 interchange. That connection, also near Arizona 347, is a hub of convenience for those traveling to a variety of destinations. 


Serving as one of the Phoenix area’s main freeway arteries, the I-10 in the Southeast Valley allows RV owners to head towards Tucson to explore the sights and sounds of a town known as the Old Pueblo and home to Saguaro National Park. Head in the opposite direction and RVers find a pretty direct route to the Pacific coast — always a welcome sight for desert dwellers. And, for anyone headed north, the I-10 connects to the I-17, which leads to the stunning red rocks and creekside campsites of Sedona, the snow-capped mountains, and alpine campsites of Flagstaff and beyond. 


One of the Phoenix area’s newer freeways, the 202 — specifically the stretch near I-10 RV Storage — is a convenient link to destinations beyond the busy metro area. Not only does it connect to the I-10, which can take travelers to the state line, past Joshua Tree National Park, and all the way to California’s gorgeous beaches — allowing campers to wake up to the waves. But it can lead RV owners further inland, too. Head East on the 202 and connect to U.S. 60 to explore Southeast Valley lakes, hiking, dispersed and reserved camping near the Superstition Mountains, and more! 


It might be a “scenic route,” or a more backroad-type of drive, but Arizona 347 (which connects I-10 to I-8), is conveniently located near the I-10 RV Storage facility. What does that mean? It means RV owners can avoid the congestion of the I-10 through the Phoenix area’s West Valley and directly connect to the freeway that leads them to Yuma, the international border with Mexico or San Diego. By avoiding rush hour hold-ups, this route allows RVers to get their adventure started from the moment they put their vehicle in drive. 


Road trippers understand that convenience is universally a top priority. And at I-10 RV Storage, convenience — especially for Southeast Valley RV owners — is one of our greatest assets. No matter where you’re going, we’re an ideal starting point. Contact us to learn more about our state-of-the-art facilities and our competitive rates!

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