Whether you call it the Motor City, Detroit Rock City or Motown, Detroit features great nightlife, casinos, sports and some great public parks in the area. RV dump stations in Michigan’s Detroit Metro area are numerous and exist mainly in the suburban towns.
Grand Rapids offers history, culture and many other attractions that make this city a popular destination as it was the boyhood home of President Gerald Ford. There are many waste dump stations in this part of Michigan that are simple to find.
Traverse City is home to some great shorelines and the Sleeping Bear Dunes, and you can find some great golf courses in this area that double as ski slopes in the winter. Or if you are visiting the area for its many wineries and breweries, here are some dump stations in Michigan in the Northern Lower Peninsula region you can use.
This area features the Soo water locks, winter sports and great “Yooper” outdoor adventures (a Yooper is someone from the U.P., or Upper Peninsula). Michigan RV dump stations in the Sault Sainte Marie region are easy and convenient to locate.
Marquette is known for its Native American heritage and wonderful outdoor landscapes. If you are going to be visiting the area to enjoy the great dining and local breweries, here are some RV dump stations in Michigan that can be found in the northernmost part of the state.
You’re not going to find Pilot/Flying Js, Loves or a TA-Petros in the Upper Peninsula or the northern part of the Lower Peninsula. Once you get up north, most motorhome dump stations in Michigan are going to be in state parks and privately owned campgrounds. It’s recommended that you do your research ahead of time to locate possible Michigan dump facilities if you go that far north rather than try and wing it. You will also find that most campgrounds close down for the winter in November and don’t open again until mid-April.