RV Dump Stations Traverse City, Michigan

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.

Traverse City RV Dump Stations

1. Blue Lakes Charters

Location
Hours
  • Open all year. Call for office hours.
Features
This bus rental company requires you to call ahead of time to use its dump station facilities. Rinse water is available. 
Additional Info
Pricing: $25 
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2. William Mitchell State Park

Location
Features
New vehicles must purchase a recreational passport to enter all Michigan state parks. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests or those who have been guests at other state parks the same day. $10 for the public.
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3. Kalkaska RV Park & Campground 

Location
Hours
  • Monday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Full operation is April through October. 
Features
Located off Michigan Highway 72, 1½ miles east of US Highway 131. Potable and non-potable rinse water also are available.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests and $12 for non-campers.
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4. Marathon Truck Stop - Charlies Country Corner

Location
Hours
  • 24/7
Features
Located off of I-75, exit 251. Go west and take first right on Nelson Miles. Turn right into the first driveway. Turn left at the third driveway. The dumpsite is on the left. Free compressed air is available, and there are potable water dispensers. 
Additional Info
Pricing: $5 

5. East Jordan Tourist Park Campground & Beach 

Location
Hours
  • Open all year. Call for hours of operation. 
Features
This campground is located off Interstate 75. Its main intersections are Highway 32 and US Highway 131. Potable and non-potable rinse water are also available.
Additional Info
Pricing: $5
Website
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North Higgins Lake State Park

Located on the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, North Higgins Lake State Park is close to Roscommon and Grayling. The park's main focal point is Higgins Lake, which "National Geographic" called one of the country's most beautiful lakes. Once used as a fish nursery, the 9,900-acre lake now offers fishing for pike, yellow perch, smelt, and trout. At the Higgins Lake Nursery and CCC Museum, you can learn about the Civilian Conservation Corps and their efforts in the region... Read more