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Potable Water Availability East Coast

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Welcome to the forum. What is your issue about using the water at campsites?  I suppose you could buy the 21/2 gal or 5 gal bottles at the grocery or convince store and fill your fresh water tank. 

Bill

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On 1/23/2018 at 7:26 PM, F474780 said:

When traveling on the east coast.... where can you fill your RV tank other than campsites.

Welcome to the FMCA Forum. The Flying J truck stops have fresh water at many of there locations. The water supply is generally at the same point as the LP tank refill.

Pilot / Flying J are under the same umbrella now, but the Pilot Truck stops do not offer fresh water as rule.

Traveling with full water tank on an RV adds extra weight and is not done by many RV owners. One can stop at campgrounds for a night and add water as needed. 

Loves truck stops also have a number of locations that offer potable water. 

Rich.

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Welcome to the Forum. If you are thinking of being prepared for Boon Docking you can check with RV Parks along your route about dumping and filling water tanks. They may charge a nominal fee but you would need to call ahead and ask. 

Herman

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With our first coach, we dry camped probably 80% of the time. Dumped and refilled the fresh water tank for an acceptable price and then headed on to our next remote site. As Rich said, the Flying J is a good choice for a dump and fresh water after you buy fuel or propane. If you are looking for something for nothing  can't help you there.

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