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Winter/Summer Indoor/Outdoor Storage.

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Boats, Campers, Vehicles, Fishhouses.

Seasonal rates $150.00/$200.00 indoor, Very Secure. $100.00/$150.00 Outdoor

South Metro Call 952-212-1953

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are those monthly rates?

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Indoor heated? Where in South metro?

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Seasonal rates(Fall-Spring) Not heated. New Prague Area

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There still are a few spots left, both inside and outsiode.

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A couple indoor spots left and numerous outdoor

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A couple spots still available

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Will have summer storage available for your fishhouse, snowmobiles etc, starting soon until October. $100.00 for the summer 952-212-1953 S.Metro

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