Jun 19 2012
RV garage plans, sometimes referred to as motor home or motor coach garage, are designed to provide shelter and storage for an RV, camper or motor home when it isn’t on the road. An RV garage has a few distinguishing characteristics when compared to a standard garage plan. RV garages feature at least one bay with an extra tall overhead door, a ceiling that is taller than average, an elevated roofline and an extra deep bay accommodating the height and length of the motor home. RV garages can consist of one single, stand-alone bay or the RV bay might be attached to another usable space such as a two-car garage, ideal for the everyday family vehicles, or a workshop making them even more practical and useful. Many RV garage floor plans include special features such as a half bath, loft, drive-thru bay or workbench. From a single RV bay to a 2-car or 3-car garage with attached RV stall, garage plans with RV storage are available in a wide range of sizes and styles making it easy to find the right one to fit your lot and complement your home.
Sometimes RV garage plans are not used for RV storage at all. While they are generally designed for storing a recreational vehicle, the RV bay is also well suited for auto mechanics who’d like to install an auto lift for car maintenance. Also, RV garage plans make a great alternative for a boat storage garage especially when it come to storing and protecting larger boats.
Practical and functional, RV garage designs often fit neatly in the side yard or backyard and are sure to keep your home away from home safe when you aren’t traveling. Take some time to browse our collection of RV garage plans to find the right one to suit your needs.
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