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Seminole, Texas RV Parking

Whether you’re just passing through for a vacation, staying long term, or looking to store your boat or RV for the season, nothing beats the service and convenience offered by Seminole Storage and RV Park. Our team is always looking for ways to make your experience great and provide a community feel for our tenants.

Seminole Storage and RV Park is conveniently located near several U.S. highways and offers a variety of amenities for tenants looking for comfortable stay including: grass lots, park and pavillion areas, and onsite laundry. We also offer long-term, enclosed storage for those wanting a place to keep their boat or RV during the off season. Our team is ready and willing to ensure your residential and storage needs are met. Call today!

We have all the features you want.

Secure Facility

Security is just as important to us as it is to our tenants. We understand how important is is for our customers to feel confident that our park and storage area is safe and secure. That’s why we employ perimeter fencing and a 24-hour video recording system. 

Convenience and Affordability

We know that you need certain features and amenities to get the most out of your storage experience. Our facility is one of the most affordable in town and our team works to ensure it also one of the most convenient. We offer an online bill pay program that allows you to pay from home or anywhere with an internet connection. For more information, give us a call and reserve your spot today!

Near Gaines County Airport

Our facility’s location makes it perfect for residents of Seminole but we also serve the many surrounding communities of Denver City, Seagraves, Lemesa, and even Hobbs, New Mexico. The Gaines County Airport is less than five miles to the south of our property, making us accessible from anywhere in the area. Plus, Seminole is located at the intersection of many major roads, including US Highways 180 and 385 and State Highway 214. Look for us at the north end of the city, near the City Park Softball Fields.


Go north on Highway 62 toward Brownfield. When you arrive at John Deere, do a U-turn headed back south. Turn RIGHT at the first street--we are at the end of the road.

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