RV Dump Stations Winnemucca, Nevada

Winnemucca is conveniently situated at the junction of US Highway 95 and Interstate 80. The free dump stations around Winnemucca are located at rest stops, and you can find more Nevada motorhome dump stations in some RV parks and campgrounds in and near the town.

Winnemucca RV Dump Stations

1. Pilot Flying J Travel Plazas #966

Location
Hours
  • Open 24 hours.
Features
Elko, Nevada, USA, 89801At the Pilot Flying J Travel Plaza, you can do more than just fill up your gas tank and empty your waste tanks; you can also get a good meal and pick up essential supplies, such as propane, groceries and potable water.
Additional Info
Pricing: This dump station costs $10 to use unless you have a Flying J Card or Pilot Flying RV Plus Card.
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2. Iron Horse RV Resort

Location
Hours
  • Call for access hours.
Features
Not only is there a dump facility at this RV resort, but there's also a general store with lots of supplies and the Garden Grill Bar Restaurant to get a good hot meal.
Additional Info
Pricing: This dump station is free for registered guests. Call for unregistered user fees.
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3. Rest Area - Cosgrave, Eastbound

Location
Hours
  • Open 24 hours a day.
Features
This rest area is an ADA-approved facility that offers running water and picnic tables along with the dump facility.
Additional Info
Pricing: The RV dump station here is free for all users.
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4. Wilson Reservoir Recreation Management Area

Location
Hours
  • Call for hours.
Features
In addition to a dump station, you'll also find picnic tables, rustic camping spots and vault toilets at this recreation management area.
Additional Info
Pricing: This motorhome dump station in Nevada is free for all users.
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