RV Dump Stations Kennewick, Washington

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 RV Dump Stations

1. Love’s Store #681

Location
Hours
  • 24/7 
Features
Prosser is around 35 miles west of Kennewick. Love’s is a large franchise with many locations in the United States. The stores offer a variety of services including some minor repairs, bulk propane and showers. The dump station is open all year. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Call for pricing
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2. Wine Country RV Park

Location
Hours
  • Monday – Saturday
  • 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Sunday
  • 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Features
The dump station is open all year and provides rinse water and potable water. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests 
Website

3. Horn Rapids RV Resort

Location
Hours
  • Call for hours 
Features
Richland is about 10 miles northwest of Kennewick. The dump station is open all year and provides potable water and rinse water. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests; $10 for visitors
Website

4. Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA 

Location
Hours
  • 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day 
Features
Pasco is about 2.5 miles north of Kennewick, and it is on the other side of the Columbia River. The dump station is open all year and provides potable water and rinse water. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests; $10 for visitors 
Website

5. Tri-Cities RV Park

Location
Hours
  • 24/7 
Features
The dump station is open all year.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests; $7 for visitors 
Website
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