Hood River Dump Station | Sanitation Dump Station

United States

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3 months ago
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12.0 masl
Contributor:
highfish

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Dump Station and potable water (free).
Non-Potable water at the dump station, and potable water at a tap forward of the dump station.

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Well set up dump station , with a hose non- potable for clean up. there is potable water 50' in front. Clean and free.

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It’s great! Just as described and best of all free

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Super quick and easy! Was able to dump my toilet and grey water from my van. free.

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Dump + potable water. Very convenient to the highway.

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You'd never know that there was a public dump station at the Hood River treatment plant... except for sites like iOverlander and sanidumps.com. A lack of a dump station at a nearby (10-15 miles away) Oregon State Park required that we find a dump station someplace fairly near the park we stayed at so we could lighten our load before we headed home. Everything worked properly at the dump station, but the dump hole cover appeared well used. The design of the dump station was really good and a small spill or a bit of a slight hose leak would easily go down the drain because of how distinctly sloped the concrete is down to the dump hole. The only drawback is that there is a noticeable treatment plant smell while you are dumping there. Potable water is located farther forward from the dump station, in typical fashion, dump first, pull forward, and fill your fresh tank.

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Easy access off the interstate. Popular, so there may be a bit of a wait on busy weekends.

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Road is now open and water pump is functional and fast.

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it's closed for road construction! the next one is west in Cascade Locks at the Port Campground!

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Nice dump site! Has two separate pull ups for dumping and potable water which is always nice so you don’t feel rushed if someone is behind you. Clean and spacious.

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came here in early October and filled up on water and dumped for free at around 5 p.m. on a Friday

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Clean, easy to find, near activities, food and I84. This station is clean, and has a chain with hook attached so you don’t have to touch your hands or feet to the actual drain cover like other dumps. Best of all, it’s FREE for dump and portable water. I don’t see restrictions in terms of what time you can visit. I stopped here at 3:45pm on a Sunday.

I don’t see a campground here as referenced in other posts. I know this exact area is a newer development so perhaps the campground closed.

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Take a right at the dump station sign and then immediate left on the unmarked Street

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Potable water, open 24/7. Stayed on the neighbouring road (2nd Street) for a fortnight with no issues

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Small Camping ground a little outside of Hood River, it is called Tucker Park. Nice spot for a stopover and the town is also nice to have a walkaround. stayed here with our campervan (20' long) for 1night. cost us 20dollars.
we parked at the end loop of the park closer to the river and not an rv slot

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Dump Station and water (free).
One tap has Potable and one has No-Potable water.

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