How Ryan Rodney Turned His Love of Lake Holidays into a Thriving Business

Ryan Rodney, a 35-year-old entrepreneur, has built the ultimate “man-cave.” His company, Riverbound Custom Storage and RV Park provides hundreds of units for those seeking a place to store their treasured items, all while also offering space for those seeking a getaway in their RVs. How did he come to have such a niche idea in his community? By turning his childhood love of visiting the lake into a viable, and extremely profitable business idea.

Rodney started his work at a young age. He worked for a golf manufacturer company for several years until the owner decided to retire. Rodney knew then it was his time to step out on his own. “I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do, but I knew I wanted to be in a place to make my own decisions and build something for the future.” After spending some time thinking about his life direction, he scribbled an idea on the back of a napkin. “I realized that our area didn’t have enough storage for our boats and toys, so I decided to open up a one-of-a-kind boat storage facility.” That was in 2017. By 2018, he broke ground on the first stage of his 160-acre development off of Highway 95 near Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

After two and a half years of construction, he opened doors for his storage facility on July 4, 2020. This business, however, was like no other storage facility. to be special. After years of planning and building, he had built a true man cave. With boat storage, enclosed storage, a driving range, pool, convenience store and more – this facility is the perfect getaway.

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