A fact of RV life is that sooner or later, an RV needs to dump. That is, its holding tanks need to be emptied to make room for more gray or black water. Increasingly, dump stations are getting harder and harder to find. And that’s where this directory comes in handy.
The eighth edition of the RVer’s Guide to Dump Stations lists where to find 2,070 public dump stations in the United States. Dump stations are found in places like:
- Truck stops and travel centers
- City and county parks
- Gas stations
- Highway rest areas
- Campgrounds, RV parks, and more
State maps help make it easy to locate a dump station while detailed information is listed alphabetically by city name. There’s also a handy chart that lists dump stations by Interstate highway.