St. Louis RV Storage is open for business Monday through Friday 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Saturdays from 9:00am to 12:00 noon or by appointment with 24 hours notice.
St. Louis RV Storage continues the unique tradition of Concierge Staging Services for our customers to minimize the risk of damage to your RV from other customers' sometimes less than perfect parking practices.
You can set an appointment pickup your RV anytime with 24 hours advance notice. When you arrive your vehicle will be waiting for you our staging area ready to start the next RV adventure. You can drop off your RV anytime in the staging area and the St. Louis RV Storage staff will collect the unit from the staging area to place it in its designated parking area at the earliest opportunity.
This service is provided for all of our customers no matter what level of storage you require.
Sometimes bad things happen - what matters is how you plan for and react to them. In December of 2015 Eureka Mo saw the worst flooding in its history. Lighthouse Storage was flooded and all of Eureka was caught by surprise. The property went from "no water" to almost "10 feet of water" on its lower level in less than 9 hours. With very little time to react, Lighthouse staff and volunteers jumped into action to get our customers toys to higher ground.
Although the facility was severely damaged, we learned a great deal from that event. Lighthouse Storage has improved, rebuilt and reopened as St. Louis RV Storage. We have fortified our buildings to protect against future flood damage and have developed improved evacuation plans with multiple exit gates.
While we don't anticipate another flood like that in our lifetimes, we're ready should it or something similar occur. During times of prolonged sever weather, you can watch the river levels daily and even set alerts at NOAA's Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Services website (http://water.weather.gov/ahps). Once there check ERKM7 / Meramec river near Eureka MO. Remember, the Meramec flood stage is 19' in Eureka but St. Louis RV Storage historically has not seen any water until levels rise above 36'. Click the buttons below to see current levels and the flood impact at certain levels.