maryfilen
Our first venture in our retro other than short stays in rv parks. Looking to stay in national forests. Going in September and don't have reservations for national parks.  Driving there from Tucson. Suggestions? Where can one full water tanks?
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dwight.hughes
maryfilen wrote:
Our first venture in our retro other than short stays in rv parks. Looking to stay in national forests. Going in September and don't have reservations for national parks.  Driving there from Tucson. Suggestions? Where can one full water tanks?


Most campgrounds, except for the most primitive, will have a water fill stations.  However some of these campground spigots do not have a threaded fitting, so you definitely should carry something like the Camco Water Bandit (we bought one on Amazon for less then $8) and it adapts your water hose to a rubber end that squeezes over unthreaded water outlets.

Pilot Flying J Travel Centers are all over and they have water refilling and sometimes a dump station (for a fee).  Download their app and you save three cents a gallon on fuel (and they already have pretty low prices).

You may also find these two websites helpful.  They list dump stations across the US, but also list potable water filling locations:

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maryfilen
Thank you so much!
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TravelerGirl
Thanks for the website links!

Traveler Girl
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