You’ve had a ludicrous adventure and now you need to dump your tanks and fill the LP (propane) gas before returning. We’ve got you covered no matter what direction you are returning to Truckee from. First think you need to know is this website: SaniDumps: RV Dump Station Directory. Where ever you are at, this website will have all the details you need to dump the RV tanks.
We personally use the two locations listed below the most, as they are in Truckee. The easiest is the Chevron Gas Station located right off of I-80. The dump station is easy to get to and they have LP available too.
Chevron Gas Station
12353 Deerfield Dr, Truckee, CA 96161
Open mid May through mid October
$12.00 or $8.00 with fuel fill up
The dump station is on the left of the store, and the LP gas is right behind (see picture below). We recommend getting gas first, then dump the tanks and fill LP (ask an attendant inside to help with the LP).
Another Truckee option is Coachland RV Park. You’ll need to stop at the front desk and pay before pulling through to their dump station. LP (propane) is also available, ask nicely for a fill and they’ll help you out.
Coachland RV Park
10100 Pioneer Trail, Truckee, CA 96161
Open May through October; 8:30AM – 4:30PM; RV dump station is not available after first snow fall
water is available
dump station is big rig friendly
If you are headed west on I-80 from Reno, you can stop at the Cabela’s in Verdi.
Cabela’s – Reno
8650 Boomtown Garson Road, Verdi, NV 89439
Note: dump station is behind store, Open year round; 24 hours; dump station is big rig friendly
$5.00 or Free with purchase
Headed east on I-80 from the Bay towards Truckee, you can easily stop at the Chevron listed above, or you could also stop in Soda Springs, right before Donner Summit.
Cisco Grove Campground & RV Park
48415 Hampshire Rocks Rd, Emigrant Gap, CA 95715
potable water at front of campground
Open year round
dump station is big rig friendly $10.00