RV Dump Stations Vermont

Vermont is a beautiful and rugged state to explore. Fortunately, if you're doing it by RV, you have the peace of mind knowing that there are plenty of dump stations in Vermont. 25 of these waste dump stations are listed below and give you pretty good coverage over the entire Green Mountain State.

Top Vermont RV Dump Stations

1. Lake Carmi State Park

  • Mon-Sun: 10:00 a.m. - Sunset
This state park has RV spots and cabins near beautiful Lake Carmi, which is Vermont's fourth largest lake.
Additional Info
Pricing: This dump station is free for registered guests and costs $15.00 for unregistered users. RVs over 30 feet pay $30.00.

2. Rest N' Nest Campground

  • Call for access hours
This dump station is located in a campground that is right in the heart of the Upper Connecticut River Valley. Spacious campgrounds are available should you decide to stay a day or more.
Additional Info
Pricing: This dump is available for registered guests only. Call for a dump-use fee.

3. Pine Hollow Campground

  • Call for hours
In addition to a dump facility, Pine Hollow Campground offers numerous RV sites with 30/50-amp hookups. Hot showers are also available as well as supplies, such as firewood and ice.
Additional Info
Pricing: The dump station here is free for registered guests. Call for unregistered-user fee.
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Explore Dump Stations by City


The White River flows through Hartford as do Interstates 91 and 89. You can find these dump stations in Vermont primarily in campgrounds.

Hartford map


Brattleboro is also located right on the border with New Hampshire and borders the Connecticut River. Vermont RV dump stations in the area are all located in campgrounds or RV parks.

Brattleboro map


There's a good selection of Vermont RV dump stations in and around the Newport Area, most of which are located within state parks and charge a fee if you don't register as a camper. While in the area, you can visit Canada, Lake Salem, and Lindsay Beach.

Newport map


There's plenty of city life in Burlington, and in the area surrounding, you'll find lots of outdoor destinations, such as the Milton Town Forest and Lake Champlain beaches. Vermont RV dumps in the area are primarily found in private and public campgrounds. 

Burlington map

In Summary

If you're looking for free RV dump stations in Vermont, then you will have to head to the city waste treatment facilities. The exception is if you are a registered guest at a campground or RV park that has a dump station onsite. The benefit of utilizing a campground or RV Park dump station are the presence of amenities and services and a place to spend a night or more.

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Visit Nearby State Parks

Elmore State Park

In Lake Elmore, Vermont, Elmore State Park has the moniker of "The Beauty Spot of Vermont." The 219-acre Lake Elmore and the 2,608-foot-tall Elmore Mountain are only two of the many nearby attractions that make Elmore State Park a must-see destination. The park has over 700 acres of land, including camping facilities. The historic towns of Morrisville, Wolcott, and Stowe are within a short drive, so you can round out your trip with a variety of activities and shopping. Read more