Public RV Dump Stations

To help encourage proper disposal of RV waste and keep our lakes and river clean, here are nearby locations that accept RV waste.  They are listed in order, with the closest facility first.
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JCL RV Center
(586) 949-4550
Address: 49685 Gratiot Avenue

Chesterfield, MI 48051
Season / Operational:
Dump Station User Fee: $15.00

Eastside RV
(586) 771-1480
Address: 26288 Groesbeck Hwy.
Warren, MI 48089
Driving Directions: South of I-696 Exit 26
Dump Station User Fee: $10.00

Brookside Storage
(586) 752-8965
Address: 15980 32 Mile Road
Romeo, MI 48096
Driving Directions: from the Van Dyke Expressway (M-53) head East on 32 Mile Road for 1.5 Miles, Brookside Storage is located on the South Side of 32 Mile Road between Romeo Plank and Powell Road

Notes: rinse water (non-potable) at dump site, potable water available on premises
Water Available: potable and rinse water (non-potable) available
Season / Operational: Open year round; general public during normal business hours only
Dump Station should be available
Dump Station User Fee: Free for Registered Guests or $10.00 for dump station use only

Detroit Wastewater Treatment Plant
(313) 267-8000
Address: 9300 West Jefferson
Detroit, MI 48209
Driving Directions: off Copland Avenue

Notes: you will need to check in at security station located off Copland Avenue, they will escort you to the location to dump your tanks

Water Available: no water available
Dump Station User Fee: Free

Addison Oaks County Park
(248) 693-2432
Address: 1480 West Romeo Road
Leonard, MI 48367

Dump Station Tips
Here are some tips to follow when emptying your RV's holding tanks.

When emptying both the black and gray tanks, dump the black-water tank before the gray-water tank so the "soapy water" from the gray tank can clean the residue from the hose.

Don't dump the black-water tank until it is at least two-thirds full. Don't leave the black-water tank valve open when hooked up at a campsite. This will cause liquids to drain, leaving solid waste behind to harden on the bottom of the tank.

Use a heavy-duty sewer hose about 6 to 8 feet long to make handling easier.