RV Dump Stations Jackson, Mississippi

You will find several Mississippi RV dump stations in Jackson, which is the capital and the largest city in the state. This city offers access to the Pearl River, which is home to the Governor’s Mansions, lots of fishing options and the opportunity to camp near a casino.

Jackson RV Dump Stations

1. Swinging Bridge RV Park

Location
Hours
  • 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday - Saturday
  • closed on Sundays
Features
This dump station is open year-round, and it has potable and rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for registered guests but charges a fee for unregistered users.
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2. Pilot Flying J Travel Plazas #678

Location
Hours
  • Open 24/7
Features
This dump station is open year-round and is big-rig friendly.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is $10 with a Flying J Card and $5 with a Pilot Flying J RV Plus Card.
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3. Goshen Springs Campground

Location
Hours
  • Call for hours
Features
This dump station is open year-round, and it has potable and rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for registered guests but charges a fee for unregistered users.
Website

4. Springridge Mobile Estates & RV Park

Location
Hours
  • 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Saturday
  • closed on Sundays
Features
This dump station is open year-round, and it has potable and non-potable rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for registered guests or $5 for dump station use only.
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5. Wendy Oaks RV Resort

Location
Hours
  • Call for hours
Features
This dump station is open year-round, and it has potable and rinse water.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for registered guests but charges a fee for unregistered users.
Website
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Roosevelt State Park

Roosevelt State Park, between the cities of Meridian and Jackson, Mississippi, offers many outdoor recreational activities and beautiful scenery. Stop at the scenic overlook that boasts a panoramic view of the Bienville National Forest, which is particularly breathtaking in fall.  The weather in the park can get down into the 30’s during the winter lows, and up into the 90’s during the summer highs. Because it’s Mississippi, humidity is definitely a factor during the warmer months! Read more