RV Dump Stations Bethany Beach, Delaware

Bethany Beach sits on the Atlantic Ocean south of Indian River Bay, and besides its expansive Atlantic Ocean frontage, Bethany Beach is known for its impressive wooden boardwalk that stretches a half mile and is 12-feet wide; it's an exceptional place to enjoy the Atlantic whether you feel like taking a dip or just watching the waves from your spot on the beach, and you can enjoy a number of seafood restaurants right along the boardwalk. After you've used Bethany Beach’s RV dump stations in Delaware, Highway 1 takes you north and south out of Bethany Beach, and Highway 26 takes you west, eventually intersecting with Highway 113.

Bethany Beach RV Dump Stations

1. Delaware Seashore State Park

Location
Hours
  • Daily
  • 8 a.m.-sunset
Features
This state park is right on the water and is easily accessible by Coastal Highway 1. Bethany Beach is a short 6.5-mile coastal drive away where you'll find plenty of services.
Additional Info
Pricing: Registered guests use the dump station for free. Unregistered users pay $7.
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2. Treasure Beach RV Park and Campground

Location
Hours
  • Mon.-Fri.
  • 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Features
This RV park and campground is right on Little Assawoman Bay and right off of Lighthouse Road, which is also Highway 54. Bethany Beach is just over 8 miles to the north on Highway 1 and 11 miles heading north on the 54, which turns into the 26. Services abound in the area.
Additional Info
Pricing: This dump station is free for registered users. Call for the unregistered use fee.
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3. Military Park- Bethany Beach Training Site

Location
Hours
  • Open year-round
Features
This military-only dump station is only a couple of blocks from the Atlantic Ocean and close to Highway 1. Bethany Beach is also close and is the perfect spot for RV and camping supplies.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for military use with a valid military ID
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Delaware Seashore State Park

Delaware Seashore State Park is one of the most popular destinations on the shore, and in the state itself! Millions of visitors take to the shore each year for nature experiences such as hiking and bicycling, plenty of water activities and much more. The park covers 2,825 acres surrounded by water, which offers beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and Rehoboth and Indian River Bays... Read more