The city of Frederick was founded in 1745 by German settlers and is located in the vicinity of the Civil War battlegrounds of Monocacy, Antietam, and Gettysburg. Today, there is historic architecture, church spires, theatrical performances, eclectic shops, a Civil War Museum, and weekly summer concerts that attract lots of visitors. Many of these visitors travel here in an RV and need an easily accessible dump station.
The city of Baltimore is a thriving art and culture district where tourists can enjoy the B & O Railroad Museum, the Jewish Museum of Maryland, or the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. There are several RV sites in or near Baltimore, and many have the convenience of dump stations.
Ocean City hosts between 320,000 and 345,000 vacationers during the summer months and up to 8 million annually. Many stay at the local RV campsites while they are visiting, many of which are sites that also offer dump station facilities to get rid of your RV waste.
Salisbury is a major city along the eastern shoreline and therefore holds all kinds of attractions, including the National Folk Festival and the Salisbury Zoo, which gives shelter to well over 100 animals. Not shockingly, there are many RV campgrounds in or near Salisbury and many user-friendly dump stations.
Finding a Maryland dump station is fairly simple. There are many RV campgrounds and resorts that let you use their dump station for free as a registered guest. In fact, some will allow non-RV guests to use the dump for a small fee. If you’re looking for a free dump station or want to keep your cost down on the road, then you should look for a travel center. They’ll often let you use their dump station for free if you purchase up to 40 gallons of fuel during your stop. Also, many RV storage facilities have dump stations available as well.