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The wash bay is pay for use but a very good deal.
The Wash Bay has 2 high pressure wands and 2 soap brushes. There is high pressure water, soap, wax, foaming brush soap and reverse osmosis/de-ionized spot free rinse.
What you wash off your boat and RV goes through a three part separator and into a septic system. The water is not reused.
There are fluorescent lights in the wash bay, please turn them off after use. The switch is located on the south west wall in a plastic enclosure.
The wash bay has a pay station where it will accept Quarters, $1, $2, & $5, bills. THIS PAY STATION WILL NOT MAKE CHANGE. The first 4 minutes cost $2.00, every additional $1.00 will add 2 minutes to the clock. If you put in a $5.00 bill you will have 10 minutes of wash time regardless of how much time you need. You will notice there is a quarter slot where you can slam in quarters but it will take 4 of them to register 2 minutes. A single quarter will not buy any time. It takes 2 quarters to buy 1 minute.
Please be courteous if someone is in line waiting to use the wash bay please dry your boat off outside the wash bay or in your own space. Boats and RV’s entering the wash bay should enter from the south side of the building (the opposite side from the front gate). Drive through the gate straight past building H on your right and drive clock wise around building H to come in the south side. We are suggesting this route to prevent blocking the gate or blocking tenants that need to get into their storage spaces at the front of the property.
A movable stair case (stock picker) has been provided so that owners of RV’s can reach the top of their RV’s. Use of the stairs is at your own risk. Please do not allow children on this device. Lake Havasu RV, Boat & Storage and Avatar Financial Fund I assume no responsibility for vehicle damage or personal injury when using this device.
A hose bib and a 10 foot hose has been installed on the outside west wall of the wash bay equipment room for the sole purpose of flushing out engines and holding tanks in RV’s. The water is hard water and should not be used for drinking or filling potable water tanks. Use caution the water comes off a 2” high pressure line. The hose is not provided for washing your boat.
An Air Station to pump up your tires and inflatable lake toys has been provided. There is no charge for air.