Originally Posted by donanddona
Most camp sites or camp areas have water available when entering the camping area. Normally close to their dump site, why near the dump site I DON"T KNOW.
I would be careful using a water spigot located at or near a dump site. Most (if not all) have labels saying "non-potable" and is to be used only for flushing the area if there is a spill, flushing out your sewer hose prior to putting it away, and hooking up to your Turboflush (NEVER for drinking).
For those who may not know what that means non-potable means the water is either bad (poisonous), or contaminated (do not drink ever), or not tested for human consumption but assumed bad.
Most campgrounds that have dump stations have their fresh water spigot some distance from their dump area and labeled "fresh water" or "drinking water."
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