RV Dump Stations: Find a Dump Station Near You (Free & Paid)

Are you looking for an RV dump station near you? We list the top RV Dumping Stations in over 6,300 cities throughout America!

Get all the details you need for each dump station, including address, phone number, fees, water availability, GPS coordinates, and more – no matter what state you’re in.

Plus, download our RV Dump Station Guide to access our complete dump station directory in areas with no WIFI!

Choose a state below, or use our RV dump station map.

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Download our RV dump station guide and get detailed information for over 11,000 dump sites in America, including addresses, fees, GPS coordinates, and more – even if you don’t have internet!

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How Do I Find RV Dump Stations Near Me?

You can often find dump stations at RV parks and campgrounds, truck stops, rest areas along highways, recreational vehicle dealerships, state parks, and even some boat marinas offer tank dumping.

Tip: See our guide on where to dump RV waste, which covers 15 different types of places that typically allow dumping.

However, locating one of these dump sites near you can be tricky. And while a quick Google search for “RV dump station near me” might list a few options, many dump stations have fees, restrictive hours, and may not allow unregistered guests to dump.

Furthermore, you might not even have internet access when you need to find a dumping station nearby.

That said, here are the best ways to find RV dump sites near you:

  1. Camper FAQs RV Dump Station Guide
  2. Online Search
  3. Mobile Apps
  4. Check Local RV Dealerships
  5. Ask RV Park & Campgrounds Staff
  6. Ask Fellow RV’ers

Let’s break these down to help you find a sewer dump in your area.

1. Camper FAQs RV Dump Station Guide

We have compiled one of the largest dump station directories on the entire web! In fact, we list the top RV dumping stations in over 6,300 cities throughout America, complete with address, phone number, fees, water availability, GPS coordinates, time zone, and more – no matter what state you’re in.

Start your search by choosing your state at the top of this page, or use our interactive map of RV dump stations to find one nearest you.

Our interactive RV dump station map tool
Our interactive RV dump station map tool

Plus, download our RV Dump Station Guide to access our complete dump station directory in areas with no WIFI!

RV dump station directory download
RV dump station directory download

Best of all, you get free updates for life!

2. Online Search

If you have internet access at your location, an online search can be a handy resource for finding RV dump stations in your vicinity.

Google search results for RV dump stations near me
Google search results for “RV dump stations near me”

To maximize your search results, use specific phrases that include relevant keywords, such as:

  • RV dump stations near me
  • Local RV waste disposal
  • RV dump near me
  • Camper dump station near me
  • Free RV dump stations near me
  • RV dumping station near me
  • RV waste dump near me

These search terms will help you find nearby facilities, typically with a Google map of the location, that cater to RV waste disposal.

And don’t forget, Bing, Yahoo, Duck Duck Go, etc., are options to try if you can’t find an RV dump near your location using Google.

3. Mobile Apps

AllStays RV Dump App
AllStays RV Dump App

Several mobile apps can help you locate RV dump stations on the go. Popular options include AllStays RV Dumps, RoadPass Pro, and RV Dump Stations, available in the Apple App store, and RV Dump Sites in the Google Play Store. These apps provide information on dump station locations, fees, and hours of operation, offering another option to plan your waste disposal stops while traveling.

Keep in mind they may charge a fee to use. For example, the AllStays RV Dumps app costs $2.99.

4. Check Local RV Dealerships

Local RV dealerships often know about nearby dump station facilities and may be able to help you find the best local option. Some dealerships, like certain Camping World locations, even have dump stations on-site.

Give them a call or visit in person, and ask for recommendations on RV dump stations in your area.

5. Ask RV Park & Campground Staff

Reach out to RV park and campground staff for advice on RV dump stations nearby. They’re familiar with the local area and can usually point you in the direction of well-maintained and easily accessible facilities.

Campground staff are also likely to have up-to-date information on any changes or closures affecting local dump stations. This is good to know info as many dump stations have been forced to close, cut hours, or charge extra fees due to bad dumping practices.

Tip: While most private campgrounds and private RV resorts only offer sewer hookups if you’re a registered guest, some have an RV dump service for unregistered guests for a small fee. For example, many KOA locations have a dump station for public use, allowing RV owners to empty their RV’s black and grey tanks and fill up with potable water. You won’t find free dump stations at this type of location if you’re an unregistered guest, but they can be a great place to quickly dump, fill up, and be back on the road for typically less than $30.

6. Ask Fellow RV’ers

Your fellow RV’ers can provide valuable insights based on their personal experiences with local waste stations. Whether you’re at a campground or participating in online RV forums, Facebook groups, etc., ask others for their recommendations on nearby dump station facilities. This can save time and ensure you find a clean, convenient, and reliable option for your RV waste disposal needs.

Tip: Once you’ve found a nearby dump site, refer to our guide on how to use an RV dump station for a complete step-by-step tutorial. And be sure to follow all RV dump station etiquette rules.


How Often Should You Dump an RV?

How often you dump your holding tanks will vary depending on how often you use the toilet, shower, etc., in your RV and the tank size. Many recreational vehicles have a sensor indicating how full your grey and black water tanks are, while in others, you must manually check the tanks.

A good rule of thumb is to dump your RV’s black water tank when it’s at least 2/3rds full. This will ensure that solid waste has had enough time to break down, plus the weight of the waste in the tank will help it flow out easier. Then dump your gray tank second to help flush out the black tank.

Is There an App to Find RV Dump Stations?

Several mobile apps help you find RV dump stations while out on the road, including AllStays RV Dumps and RV Dump Stations available in the Apple App Store and RV Dump Sites available in the Google Play Store.

Do Pilots Have RV Dump Stations?

Many Pilots and Flying J’s have RV dump stations, but not all of them. Pilot/Flying J is the largest travel center operator, with more than 750 locations across the United States and Canada. Over 200 of those locations feature dump stations and are listed in our RV dump station directory.

Does Maverik Have RV Dump Stations?

Maverik does have RV dump stations at many of its locations. There are about 380 Maverik locations across 12 states in the U.S., and at least 25 of those have RV dump stations. Search our RV dump station directory for a Maverik with a dump station near you.

Do Florida Rest Areas Have Dump Stations?

According to the Florida Department of Transportation, the rest areas in the state of Florida do not have RV dump stations.

Do California Rest Stops Have Dump Stations?

There are several California rest stops that have RV dump stations. Browse our RV dump station directory to find a rest stop in California with a dump station near you.

What Is Another Name for RV Dump Station?

Other commonly used names for RV dump stations include sani-dump, RV dump sites, RV pump-out stations, RV sewer dumps, and RV waste dump stations. These are good alternatives to try when searching for a dump site near you online.