RV Dump Stations Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

As Pennsylvania's largest city, Philadelphia is home to well-known attractions such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Free RV dump stations Pennsylvania may be hard to find in the area, but there are still plenty of spots where you can clean out your tanks for a relatively small fee. 

Philadelphia RV Dump Stations

1. Flory’s Cottages & Camping

Location
Hours
  • 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Features
Guests who travel during both peak and non-peak seasons can visit this site at any time; it is open year-round. This campground is located within Amish country and has recreational family activities like buggy rides, theaters, and an Amish village. 
Additional Info
Pricing: $30 or less
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2. Blue Rocks Family Campground

Location
Hours
  • 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Features
Guests can enjoy this big-rig friendly site during seasonal hours. The campsite has its own general store as well as a snack shop.
Additional Info
Pricing: $30 or less
Website

3. Mills Bridge Village and Camp Resort

Location
Hours
  • Call ahead for current hours
Features
This location has both potable and non-potable rinse water available. Travelers with big rigs can navigate through this site easily. The campground features canoe and kayak rentals as well as trailer storage during the spring and fall seasons.
Additional Info
Pricing: $30
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4. Deihl’s Camping Resort

Location
Hours
  • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Features
This location has great amenities such as hot showers, laundry facilities, playgrounds, and fire pits.
Additional Info
Pricing: $30 or less
Website

5. Indian Head Campground

Location
Hours
  • May through October from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Features
This location is open seasonally from May through October. By the time you arrive next season, the site will most likely have new bike and river trails to explore.
Additional Info
Pricing: $30 or less
Website
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