RV Dump Stations Omaha, Nebraska

There are a lot of RV dump stations in Nebraska that can be used when you are staying in the Omaha area. State parks and rest areas are convenient to use, and many of them are free as well. 

Omaha RV Dump Stations

1. Louisville State Recreation Area

Location
Hours
  • 24 hours a day
  • seven days a week
Features
There is no water available for the RVers to use. A park pass is required to enter the recreation area and use the dump station facilities.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free
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2. Bob Hardy RV Park

Location
Hours
  • 24 hours a day
  • seven days a week
Features
This is a big rig-friendly RV park, so most large RVs should be able to fit well in a camping space. Short-term camping is also an option at this site, which means the RVer will be using the facility for less than five days.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free
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3. Walnut Creek Lake Recreation Area

Location
Hours
  • 6 am – 10 pm
Features
There is no water at this facility for RVers to use when they dump their waste. However, there are a lot of trails and other things to explore at this location.
Additional Info
Pricing: The dump station is free for registered guests to use, but everyone else will need to pay a small fee of $3.
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4. KOA West Omaha/ NE Lincoln, KOA Campground

Location
Hours
  • 24/7 all year
Features
This campground is designed to accommodate big rigs and most other sizes of RVs. There are a lot of amenities at this campground for families looking to stay in this area of Nebraska.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests to use; unregistered guests will have to pay a fee of $15 to use the dumpsite.
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