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The potable water is also rinse water for the dump, but it has a backflow preventer, so bring your own hose and sanitizer spray. Disconnect the existing hose spray the fitting, then attach your own hose.
If you use a collapsible hose (Silver Bullet, etc) , prepare for a free shower when you turn off the water, as the hose will collapse, sending pressurized water back to the backflow preventer. Better to disconnect the water at your wet bay, THEN shut off the water.
Water is hard to find in Bend, and free water is gold. We only found this one source, so please be kind and replace the rinse hose when you/re done, and be sure to thank the manager, who's a good guy.
The dumping and water station is behind the building, free water and they already have a hose! Perfect!
Bm.aroundtheworld from Switzerland
The employee was very kind and allowed us to refill for free provided that we make a partial filling (10 gallon)Report Check-In
I was told it was free to fill up water even tho the sign said it was not. Open in January!!Report Check-In
Free water fill via hose. $5 to dump. Decently clean. Backside of ChevronReport Check-In
$3 fee for dump and potable water fill up. Just go inside and see attendant. Dump is behind store station, right in front of an old blockbuster that is still open!Report Check-In
RV Dump is on the backside of the payment booth. Driveway sneaks up fast! Stay right when entering from Revere AvenueReport Check-In
Still $5 without full up and $3 with. Clean and easy access. Potable water available. Possibly a tight squeeze for a really large RV. The last standing blockbuster is next door! LolReport Check-In