RV Dump Stations Southaven, Mississippi

Southaven is located near the Tennessee-Mississippi state line, which makes it minutes away from attractions in Memphis (as well as lots of great campgrounds with dumping facilities). This city is the gateway to the Hwy 61 Blues Trail and Mississippi Delta.

Southaven RV Dump Stations

1. Tom Sawyers Mississippi River RV Park

Location
Hours
  • Call for hours
Features
This dump station is open year-round, and it has potable water and non-potable rinse water available.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for registered guests or a $5 fee for dump station use only.
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2. KOA - Memphis KOA Campground

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

Location
  • Interstate 55
  • Hernando, MS
  • N/A
Hours
  • Open 24/7
Features
This dump station is open year-round and located at the Mississippi Welcome Center. It is only available to the southbound I-55 lanes.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for everyone.

4. Pilot Flying J Travel Plazas #607

Location
Hours
  • Open 24/7
Features
This dump station is open year-round, and it has non-potable rinse water available. It also has overnight RV parking. 
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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5. Rest Area - Hernando, Northbound

Location
  • I-55 NB, MM 276
  • Hernando, MS 38632
  • N/A
Hours
  • Open 24/7
Features
This dump station is open year-round and located at the Mississippi Welcome Center. It is only available to the northbound I-55 lanes.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station is free for everyone.
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