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Old 09-17-2016, 12:55 PM   #1
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Dump stations along I5 Northern CA

I will be driving form Mount Shasta to Eugene, Oregon. I would need to refill my propane tank and dump my holding tanks along that route.

Would somebody please be so nice and tell me about possibilities for these requirements along I5?
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Propane is available at the Fred Meyer in Medford OR just off highway 62.

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The Chevron station 301 W Valley View Rd, Talent, OR 97540 is just off I-5 at a low use exit and has propane. As far as a public dump station I would recommend Valley of the Rogue State Park near Rogue River, OR. Dumping is free but a donation box is available. You need to go through the park entrance and tell them you are there to use the dump station.
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As far as a public dump station I would recommend Valley of the Rogue State Park near Rogue River, OR. Dumping is free but a donation box is available. You need to go through the park entrance and tell them you are there to use the dump station.
This is exit 45 - also labeled as a Rest Area. Right on the Rogue River, pretty nice this time of year.
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Almost every roadside rest area on I 5 between Sacramento and Redding.
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Recently drove that route as we do every year. It seems several of these rest stops are either closed or under repair. We always plan on dumping at the rest stop, then find out we cant. I'm just curious. The drive ur taking is an easy days drive. Something like 4 or 5 hours.
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II am travelling with my rather big dog, and take breaks every 2 - 3 hours.

I filled my propane tank at the (recommended here) Fred Meyer in Medford in Oregon (it is hard to get to it because of road construction work), and dumped my tanks at the Valley of the Rogue State Park. They have a setup there that allows two RV's to dump their tan ks at the same time. They also have a water sprayer and a potable water supply at he dump station.
The entire trip to my destination outside Eugene took about 7 hours.
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