RV Dump Stations Rapid City, South Dakota

Rapid City has a lot to offer. It’s one of the biggest cities in South Dakota and is a gateway to the great Mount Rushmore. You can find many RV dump stations in South Dakota’s southwestern region.

Rapid City RV Dump Stations

1. Days of 76 Campground/ Lead-Deadwood Sanitary

Location
Hours
  • Open seasonally from April through October 
Features
This campsite is part of the Days of 76 rodeo and museum property. The dump station is near the entrance of the campground. The property is owned by the city.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free service

2. TA Express Hot Springs 

Location
Hours
  • 24/7
Features
TA-Petro Stopping Centers are a national chain. They have gas and diesel fuel lanes. Other features include a travel store, pet area, laundry room, and other amenities worth stopping for.
Additional Info
Pricing: $10 or less

3. Cabela’s 

Location
Hours
  • Monday- Saturday 9 a.m.- 9 p.m.
  • Sunday 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. 
Features
Cabela’s is an outdoors national chain retail store. They are located off of I-90, exit 61. You can find parts, clothing, and gear for all of your adventure needs. Speak to the customer service desk to use their dump station.
Additional Info
Pricing: Free with purchase, $5 without a purchase

4. Camping World of Rapid City

Location
Hours
  • Monday- Saturday 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • closed Sunday 
Features
Camping World has parts, service, and other departments that can suit your needs. Contact the service department to use their dump station during their hours of operation. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Call for details

5. Days End Campground

Location
Hours
  • Open seasonally from April through October
Features
This campground is located off of I-90, exit 30 on the east side of the interstate. Water is available. 
Additional Info
Pricing: Free for registered guests or a fee for the public 
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