Founder, John and Chris Clarke and their two daughters have grown up camping and boating in beautiful British Columbia, Canada for over forty years and plan to be full timers upon retirement. They have travelled in Canada and the US and look forward to RVing in other countries.
John has worked as a Project Manager managing multi-million dollar IT projects and now runs a successful IT consulting business in Kelowna, BC. Chris has worked in the nursing profession for over twenty-four years and has been an entrepreneur all her life. They have managed to combine their passion for camping with John's technology expertise and Chris' nursing and entrepreneurial experience to develop and manage a recreational vehicle (RV) dump site website, Sanidumps.com, that provides free information to RVers around the world. The site boasts over 2 million page views per year and is growing rapidly. They enjoy sharing their experience and knowledge while at the same time meeting fellow RVers.
Both John and Chris been frustrated with trying to find RV dump sites. In the past, they had used several camping catalogues to try to find the nearest place and it had been hit and miss. At times they had to drive hundreds of kilometres before they could dump their tanks and if they decided to take a detour or change their plans, a large amount of time was lost looking for RV dump stations.
Ideally, you want to find a dump station site near your current or planned location and interestingly enough, that is very possible in North America if you know how to find one. Wouldn't it be nice if you could just find RV dump sites on your GPS just like you find a Wal Mart or Tim Hortons? Now this is possible.
Visitors to the web site are asking for more education on managing waste water tanks that will cut repair costs, improve hygiene and be environmentally friendly, all of which contribute to the RVing enjoyment, anywhere, anytime.
Sanidumps.com has been a fun and rewarding endeavor as we get to work with good friends, travel, and help fellow RVers enjoy RVing.
If you find this Free website useful, please consider a small donation ($10) to help support it.
Your contribution is more than a donation.
Your contribution helps pay for: web hosting server (small servers do not run the website anymore), https secure certificate, domain names, development support, web cache server, etc. The website is Free but the cost to run it are not.
The type of recreational vehicle dump stations you will find on Sanidumps.com include: private, public, RV park, non-park, municipal, truck stop, rest stop, campground, camping, resort, commercial, pay, donation, waste disposal, and free.
It is important to dispose of human waste properly when RVing. The RV dump station, dump point, or sanidump station you choose to empty your gray and black water holding tanks is up to you; we're hoping that you will choose an approved dump station site, that's green, and environmentally friendly, using an environmentally sound method.
Do you need to know where to dump your holding tanks when your RV is on the road? Now you can know where the RV dump Stations are while traveling with a e-book. More information about the RV Dump Station location e-book.
Although efforts are made to make sure the accuracy of the information presented, Sanidumps.com shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused, or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by the information contained here.
Sanidumps.com is not affiliated in any way with any place/location listed on this site. Fees are subject to change; availability and prices can and do change.
We thank all the RVers that have contributed information :-)
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