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janechucknicodemus

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Posted: 12/21/16 02:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I know some Camping World places have dump sties. But I wonder if there is a list .. just for curiosity , some times it is handy to do 2 things at the same time, shopping and .. you know.
I recently found one in Troutdale, Oregon off I-84 by Portland, kind of hard access BUT usable, and was able to do some shopping too.



Just wonderin.
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You might ask the moderator to move this to the Camping World Coast to Coast forum.

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Posted: 12/21/16 05:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The Camping World on I-75, exit #5 in Georgia (just north of the FL line) has its own RV park - and dump. NICE RV park - only $19.95 per night (at least when we stayed there waiting for service work)

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Ah man, this is one of my best kept camping secrets. When everyone else is lined up at the dump I quietly slip around to the back of my local CW and drop the load. There's never anyone there!
(And yes, I asked and they dont care)
Heck, sometimes they even have a BBQ going and the whole family gets a free lunch!!


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Posted: 12/21/16 06:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

to find a store and see what rv services they offer...

http://www.campingworld.com/stores/

Click icon of store you want, then click on "more info" then look at RV services near bottom of page. Some have RV dump and some do not. And a couple that require you to bend your RV in a pretzel to be able fit in I understand.

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BB_TX wrote:

You might ask the moderator to move this to the Camping World Coast to Coast forum.


Why? It has nothing to do with the Coast to Coast membership.

With that said, as others mentioned, you can look at the list of CW stores and look at their services. You can also use the sanidumps app/website. They are listed on there as well.


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wbwood and path1
Thanks for those two spots, I did not know about the CW's site having that part, and the APP suggested sounds good too.
Thanks folks.
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Check each locations website. It should tell you.

Luckly I have a CW about 10 minutes from my house. I use it once a year after labor day camping with some friends on their property. Roll in about mid morning on Tuesday. Throw 'em 5 bucks and I can take all the time i need to do a nice through rinse.

If your looking for other places, I know a lot of Pilot/Flying J's have dump stations as well. Sign up for one of those key chain membership club thingys and you'' save a few bucks per use.


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DE88ROX wrote:

Check each locations website. It should tell you.

Luckly I have a CW about 10 minutes from my house. I use it once a year after labor day camping with some friends on their property. Roll in about mid morning on Tuesday. Throw 'em 5 bucks and I can take all the time i need to do a nice through rinse.

If your looking for other places, I know a lot of Pilot/Flying J's have dump stations as well. Sign up for one of those key chain membership club thingys and you'' save a few bucks per use.


Your CW charges you?

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Camping World are in cities. You should be out there camping! There ia a list for dump stations throughout the country.


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