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Where Do I Get Fresh Water?

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We are getting ready to do some dry-camping in a couple of weeks.

I was wondering where to fill my freshwater tank without checking into an RV Park and then I figured that some of you would have good ideas.

Where do you get freshwater when on the road?

Thanks in advance.

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Rest stops with dump stations have fresh water available and those without usually have fresh water available although your hose may need an adaptor to hook up. Fuel stops such as Pilot, Flying J, Loves have water also.

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Thanks but most of the rest stops here in So. Calif. are closed due to the budget shortfalls.I looked into dump stations at the state parks and many in the area we a going (Ventura) are closed as well. I'll try the truck stops.

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Most all RV parks will allow you to dump and fill for a small fee (around $10). If you are talking about CA then double that! Pilot / Flying J does allow you to dump, and usually fill, for $5 if you have an RV card. If you are able to get out of CA you will find lots more options.

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IN California, Their is free water and dumping, on HY. 86 South of Indio to Salton City, At 2 AM/PM TRUCK STOPS AND THE RED EARTH CASINO. LOTS OF FREE CAMPING AND 85 THOUSAND ACRES OF OFF ROAD VEHICLE AREAS. NEAR SALTON CITY. ENJOY

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