RV Dump Stations Baton Rouge, Louisiana

As the capital of Louisiana and its second-largest city, Baton Rouge boasts a variety of attractions, such as the Old Governor’s Mansion, the Capitol Park Museum, and the Louisiana Art and Science Museum. Many of the top Louisiana RV dump stations can be found just outside the city. 

Baton Rouge RV Dump Stations

1. Sugar Hill RV Park

Location
Hours
  • 24/7
Features
Convent is around 43 miles southeast of Baton Rouge. The dump station is open all year.
Additional Info
Pricing: Call for pricing 
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2. Baton Rouge KOA

Location
Hours
  • 8 am to 10 pm 
Features
Denham Springs is about 18 miles east of Baton Rouge. The dump station is open all year and has both rinse water and potable water.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests
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3. Mid River Truck Stop

Location
Hours
  • 24/7
Features
New Roads is about 32 miles northwest of Baton Rouge. The dump station is open all year. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Call for pricing
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4. Farr Park Equestrian Center & RV Campground

Location
Hours
  • Monday - Friday: 8 am to 9 pm
  • Weekends: 8 am to 4 pm
Features
The dump station is open all year and has both potable water and rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests; $10.00 for visitors
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5. Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores - #240

Location
Hours
  • 24/7
Features
Port Allen is around 3 miles west of Baton Rouge. Love’s is a large franchise with over 200 locations throughout the U.S., including around eight in Louisiana. It offers a variety of services that include fuel, ATMs, overnight parking, and showers. The dump station is big-rig friendly and provides rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: $5.00
Website
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Tickfaw State Park

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