RV Dump Stations Green River, Wyoming

Green River is a small town located off Interstate 80 and right on the Green River. Although secluded, the area has plenty of dump stations, a few of which are free.

Green River RV Dump Stations

1. KOA - Lyman KOA Campground

Location
Hours
  • Call for hours
Features
This KOA in Lyman is a full-service campground with plenty of RV parking if you choose to stay around for a bit.
Additional Info
Pricing: The dump station here is free for registered guests. Call for the unregistered-user fee.
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2. City of Green River Dump Station

Location
Hours
  • Monday - Friday
  • 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Features
This dump station is run by the city. It's conveniently located just east of plenty of food and shopping options.
Additional Info
Pricing: This dump facility is free for all users.
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3. Pilot Flying J #764

Location
Hours
  • Open 24 hours a day
Features
Pilot Flying J #764 is the perfect one-stop location. In addition to dumping your tanks, you can get a cup of coffee, fill up your gas tanks, and do a little shopping in the convenience store. 
Additional Info
Pricing: This Wyoming dump station costs $10 for non-cardholders and $5 for those with a Flying J Card or Pilot Flying J RV Plus Card.
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4. Fontenelle Creek Campground

Location
Hours
  • Open 24 hours a day
Features
Fontenelle Creek is a rugged but gorgeous BLM area. Because it's BLM land, you can camp for free for up to 14 days. Fifty-five individual campsites are available.
Additional Info
Pricing: The dump station here is free for registered guests. Unregistered guests pay $3.
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5. Buckboard Crossing Recreation Area

Location
Hours
  • Monday - Sunday
  • 24 hours a day
Features
This is a nice place to relax before or after taking care of your waste tanks. The Buckboard Marina is just up the road.
Additional Info
Pricing: The dump station here is free for all users.
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