This morning Eagle Point Boat & RV Storage will hold it’s grand opening and ribbon cutting with the Union Parish Chamber of Commerce. If you haven’t checked out this fantastic facility, this morning would be a good time. The ribbon cutting will be at 11 a.m. this morning, Thursday, Oct. 3., on the corner of Eagle Point Drive and Holder Road (right next to the new Union Parish Sheriff’s Office complex). Kenny & Leslie Cobb are the owners.
Eagle Point Boat & RV Storage is one of the great businesses that helps bring you lakedarbonnelife.com each day.
Kenny got the idea for this needed facility when he noticed while working in the area, there are a lot of expensive boats and RV’s sitting out in the elements in driveways and yards. In his travels, he has also seen a new trend in boat and RV storage facilities where owners can protect their valuable recreational investments.
“We all know that too much sun can ruin boat interiors and the roofs of motor homes and RVs and it eventually dulls and cracks their finishes and diminishes their value,” Cobb said. “Since we have so many people with boats and RV’s in the area, mainly because of the lake and State Park, we thought it would be nice to have a place for people that don’t have shops to park out the weather.”
Thus, the Eagle Point Boat and RV Storage facility was born just off Hwy. 2 (behind Brookshire’s) coming into Farmerville. The units have recently been completed and Cobb is already getting interest in them. He expects that to really pick up when the weather clears and people begin using them again. Eagle Point Boat and RV Storage has 12 X 40 covered spaces, electricity at each site, RV water and sewer dump and 24-hour video surveillance. The area is completely fenced and renters can access the property 24/7 with remote control garage openers provided with their rentals. Not only does it offer local residents a place to store valuable recreational vehicles, it’s a great place for people from Monroe, West Monroe, Ruston, El Dorado or other area towns to store their boats and know they are secure just a mile from the lake. That way they don’t have to tow them up and down the road every time they want to visit the lake.
If you want to know more about the storage units, give them a call at 318-368-8400 or 318-245-4170 or just e-mail Kenny at KennyJLS@aol.com. The Cobbs also own The Dean of Flowers and Land Acquisitions, Inc. (LAI) in Farmerville and enjoy hunting and fishing.