RV Dump Stations Washington

Many RV dump stations in Washington can be found in RV parks and campgrounds. Washington dump stations can also be found at RV supply stores, travel plazas, and even some gas stations. The travel plazas offer a variety of other services, and many are open 24 hours every day.

Top Washington RV Dump Stations

1. North Spokane RV Campground

  • 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day 
The dump station is open all year and provides rinse water. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests; $20 for visitors 

2. Evergreen RV Supply

  • Winter Hours
  • Monday – Friday
  • 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday
  • closed
Evergreen RV Supply provides both parts and service. It is open all year. 
Additional Info
Pricing: $3

3. Suncrest RV Park

  • 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day
The dump station is open all year and provides potable water and rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests
Licensed from Sanidumps.com

Explore Dump Stations by City


Many of the Washington RV dump stations can be found in or near Seattle, the largest city in the state and in the Pacific Northwest, which is also home to such well-known attractions as the Space Needle. Professional sports teams that play for Seattle include the Mariners baseball team and the Seahawks football team, so you may travel to the area in your RV for a game. 

Seattle map


Spokane, the largest city in eastern Washington, sits along the river of the same name. RV campers visiting the area will find some convenient dump stations in Washington in the Spokane area, which also includes attractions like the Bing Crosby Theater, Knitting Factory Nightclub and the Davenport Art District. 

Spokane map


Olympia, the capital of Washington, is located at the southern end of Puget Sound and is 60 miles southwest of Seattle. Many of the RV dump stations in Washington are in the Olympia area, which also boasts outdoor marvels like Hurricane Ridge and Tumwater Falls Park as well as indoor attractions the Nisqually Red Wind Casino and the state capital building. 

Olympia map


Kennewick, which is located in southern Washington, is the biggest of the Tri-Cities; the other two are Richland and Pasco. The Kennewick area is home to campsites and travel plazas with waste dump stations as well as such attractions as the Toyota Center, a multipurpose arena that hosts sporting events, concerts, ice shows and circuses, and the Sacagawea Heritage Trail, which is a 23-mile-long trail that runs through all of the Tri-Cities. 

Kennewick map

Moses Lake

Moses Lake is located in central Washington. It is home to some of the RV dump stations in Washington as well as such attractions as the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, which exhibits modern art and Native American artifacts, and outdoor sites like the Columbia Wildlife Refuge, the Potholes Reservoir and Blue Heron Park. 

Moses Lake map

In Summary

Finding an RV dump station Washington tourists can use is easy. Many RV parks and campgrounds have them. If state parks have RV campgrounds on their premises, they will usually have dump stations. Fairgrounds, travel plazas and even some gas stations and stores may have dump stations for travelers as well.

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Lake Wenatchee State Park

Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River are pristine bodies of water that draw many visitors to north-central Washington every year. Since Lake Wenatchee State Park covers a waterfront that runs alongside 12,623 feet of the lake and river, water-based activities are popular in the area. The clear, blue lake is five miles long and has both shallow lagoons for swimming and much deeper areas for safe boating... Read more