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June 1
1883 - Heirs of Henry Mayo Newhall incorporate The Newhall Land and Farming Co. [story]
NLF stock certificate

All Locked Up’s newly constructed Super-Quality RV and Boat Storage facility has now opened for full-featured, high security, high-cleanliness RV and boat storage.

The new facility offers amenities unrivaled by their competitors, making All Locked Up the storage company to flock to. Conveniently located right off the Interstate 5 and Lake Hughes road in Castaic, the facility offers super-close access to Castaic and Pyramid Lakes as well as other recreational destinations.

Established in Castaic for decades, All Locked Up acquired the 2.5 acre site immediately adjacent to the Castaic McDonalds, improving the site to absolute state-of-the-art storage standards. Ownership has worked tirelessly to ensure the 100% concrete paved site is also wonderfully landscaped, attractive, clean, lighted, monitored, and secured with 8’ walls throughout.

The concrete paved parking spaces are large and wide, affording easy pull-in and pull-out. Abundant LED lighting provides safety and security around the entire grounds. 24-hour video surveillance monitors all access and site activity, keeping treasured boats and RV’s safe. Parking spaces range from 28 feet to 50 feet, accommodating boats and RV’s truly of all sizes.

A most-appreciated feature, All Locked Up provides RV owners an on-site holding tank dump. This tank dump is complimentary, making it easier than ever for RV owners to empty and prepare their RV before securely storing it away.

Indoor “drive-up” storage units are also available at All Locked Up. Units range from 5’x5’ to 12’x32’ and are open 7 days a week. Grounds are kept clean and secure at this well-established facility, and there are always friendly and helpful staff available to help. All Locked Up also offers a full range of locks, boxes, and packing supplies to make the leasing of a storage unit a breeze.

Spaces are limited in the new RV / Boat storage facility and are expected to fill quickly. RV / Boat storage space is extremely tight in the SCV, so customers are urged to sign up while these super-quality spaces are still available.

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  1. All Locked Up: RV, Boat, and Mini Storage

  2. Gary Horton Gary Horton says:

    We’re happy to finally get this special storage facility open. Right next to the Interstate 5 by the MacDonalds in Castaic. Concrete parking. Fully lit and full security. Free RV / Boat holding tank dump. 8′ walls. Wide spaces for easy parking and access. All sizes. Full time management. Fully County approved, licensed, insured. No dust, no fuss. We have 105 spaces left as we just opened!

  3. Darlene Dawn Ocasek

  4. Jose Alexander Colon

  5. Heather Yarnell MacIsaac

    • Yeah.. total tweakers over there in Castaic.. that is the same area that we got broken into twice! Plus the place that we are at now is charging very little for 80 ft ( combined) space.. but thanks.. just s really bad area there.. lots of break ins.

  6. Billy Clark Billy Clark says:

    We love Kevin and Donna at All Locked Up Storage. I’m excited to see this new extension and can’t wait to see it thrive.

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