Rohr's Wilderness Tours

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5230 Razorback Rd. Conover, WI 54519 715-547-3639 Official Website

GPS: 46.1027, -89.2514

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Overview of Rohr's Wilderness Tours

Monthly Rate Yes

Number of Sites 47

Reservations yes

Elevation 1,640 ft / 499 m

Tent Camping Yes

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Last reported 8/2/2020
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“Abrasive hosts, no dumpsters, unleashed dogs, inaccessible sites”

Reviewed 8/2/2020

Nightly rate: $35
Days stayed: 5
Overall Rating

My wife and I have been full-timing for a little while and have logged over 5,000 miles so far this summer. We came to Wisconsin to escape the heat of the south and spent about a week at RWT. I'll rate it as the most inconvenient park we have been to yet.
When we arrived we went to the office and met the owner who was a very cold, no-nonsense lady. She showed us the few spots that they had and we noticed that they were all front-hookup only. Big problem for us. She showed us a site described as "pull through", but in order to do that you'd have to take your RV down what was essentially a small goat trail with 90 degree turns. We have a 30+ foot travel trailer and when I told her I wasn't really comfortable maneuvering like that, she looked at me with a look of disbelief and disgust. She sneered and said "are you serious?". Yes, I was. We walked around and found a site that we could sorta make work; but it had a very long run to the sewer and we had problems all week because there just wasnt enough slope to empty our tanks. That was fun.
Probably the worst part is that there are no dumpsters. She explained that we were expected to burn all of our trash and then recycle what we couldnt burn. We've been to a lot of RV parks on our trip and this was a new one to us. It's very inconvenient to build a fire every time you need to dispose of trash, especially on your final morning when you have a million other things to do before hitting the road.
I also found their mask policy to be far too heavy-handed. I am 100% in favor of masks and I wear one every time I'm in public. But she explained we even had to wear them when walking by ourselves in the woods or we could be thrown out...thats taking it too far. Wear a mask when walking by myself in the woods? Thats overbearing to say the least.
One thing they dont seem to care about however is having your dog on a leash. On 3 different occasions we were accosted by random un-leashed dogs. They really need to enact a leash policy there.
In closing, this has been the worst park we've visited on our 5,000+ mile RV trip. The hosts are abrasive and overbearing, you have to burn your trash, the RV sites are borderline inaccessible, there are random unleashed dogs running around daily, and you may be expected to take your camper down an ATV trail. Good luck.

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3 reviews
“Extreme False Advertising”

Reviewed 8/2/2020

Nightly rate: $35
Days stayed: 5
Site Number: 14
Overall Rating

In short, don't waste your time going to this low class "campground". This is by far one of the most inconvenient and rude places you'll encounter on your way through Wisconsin and clearly just a tax right off for the owners. Upon arrival, the owners explain to you (in a very snotty tone) that all sites are front hook ups (which is never explained anywhere on the website) and that the "pull through" sites require hooking your rig up backwards and then driving down a 6' wide goat trail and cutting through other campsites in order to leave the park. So even if you're lucky enough to get set-up with no issues, good luck with getting your rig out at 90 degree angles down these hiking paths to exit the park, especially if the park is full. Setting up your hoses is the next fun part, since the sites have zero gravitational pull for your water to flow. Hope you're camping with MacGyver like I was because that's the only way you'll be dumping tanks at this place. Secondly, they explain to you that there are NO DUMPSTERS on-site and that you are required to sort all trash and whatever isn't aluminum cans or food waste (which needs to be walked over to them personally), must be burned at your own campsite. Like, what? Is that even legal? One tent site we saw had a pair of jeans and underwear left half burnt in the ring. Gross. It was really a hassle for us considering the RV sites are clear across the property from the house trash cans they make you sort your trash into right by the office (that never has anyone in it). Third, if you alter your reservation, you can't get your money back, they just give you a credit to come back as if anyone would actually WANT to do that. Clearly a scam so that they don't have to issue any refunds to campers. I also forgot to mention that you're required to wear a mask if you're off your site (I have no problem with masks - I prefer them), even though you're in the woods by yourself....well, until you run into the various campers who never put their dog on a leash. As someone who has (2) large dogs who are never off their leash, this made me mad because we were constantly being attacked by the loose dogs when the campground has a "strict" dog policy. Psh. One lady even refused to get her dog off our site and got upset when we ran her dog off to avoid conflict with our two. Overall, the owners are rude, the policies are a joke, no refunds are possible and you can't throw away trash. In short, KEEP LOOKING!

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Amenities

Hookups
  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • dry camping
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
Recreation
  • boat rental
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
Facilities
  • dump station
  • restrooms: onsite
  • showers
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