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Czar Haus Cabin and RV Sites

· Helvetia, Randolph, West Virginia
13 acres hosted by Robert K.
1 lodging site · 1 RV/tent site · 3 RV sites
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Czar Haus is located in the Central West Virginia Mountains. We have over 2000 feet of frontage on a Native Trout (Brook) Stream which is also stocked with Rainbow Trout by the WV DNR. ATV/UTV roads and trails abound. We are also 3 miles from the Helvetia Hutte Restaurant and less than 10 miles from Pickens. Access is by two lane highway but many gravel roads converge in Czar for access to hundreds of miles of off-road trails and dirt roads.
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Helvetia, Randolph, West Virginia, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of S’atsoyaha (Yuchi), Shawandasse Tula (Shawanwaki/Shawnee), and Calicuas First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Robert K.Joined in May 2022
13 ratings · 8 reviews
Heather S.recommends
September 25, 2023
Boondocking Riverside Campsite
Peaceful Spot
We camped at an RV site. It's important to know that if you're tenting the only toilet is in the schoolhouse at the end of the driveway. It's a peaceful spot by the river and very convenient if visiting the cute little Swiss hamlet of Helvetia just down the road.
Ben S.recommends
August 26, 2023
Jura Riverside RV Site
Beautiful area, nice host, and all amenities available.
Anja B.recommends
July 16, 2023
Appenzell Riverside RV Site
Loved the Appenzell River Side! It had hookup and Starlink wifi which was very reliable. Very scenic and a covered picnic table in the back. There are horses and dogs on the site, so if you are an animal lover, than you have come to the right place. The river was closeby and great to cool off in. Make sure to bring your own toilet as there is none close to the camp site. We brought our own bikes and explored nearby Helvetia, a tiny historic village (with a museum, an old cemetery and country store and restaurant) that settlers from Switzerland founded in the 1900s. Robert, the host, was very nice and responsive.
Jessica B.recommends
June 3, 2023
River's Edge RV Site
Living Large On A Farm
If you want to get away from it all, this is the place to do it! Full hook-ups & superb wi-fi (not suitable for streaming - great for email, wifi calling & surfing). Your site will back up to a river where you can fish & even kayak during certain times of the year. When we were there in May, the water level was too low to kayak. The only fish my husband caught were bait fish. We enjoyed having a fire pit and covered picnic table at our site to come home to after chasing waterfalls in the surrounding area. Expect some difficulty backing big rigs (40' plus) into your assigned spot. The turns are tight and there are obstacles. My husband did it just fine but he did have to turn the RV around and back down the driveway. You should know, nothing is close-by to this location. We drove at a minimum one hour each way to do just about anything including laundry & grocery shopping. Some of our hikes were over 2 hours away. Most roads are windy, narrow, gravel and slow going. Your GPS will take you on the craziest non-passable routes. Lack of cell service is sure to leave you frustrated at least once. A few final things you should know before booking... this is a working farm. There are families living on property, kids, cars, free roaming dogs, fenced horses, and all the "stuff" that goes along with farm style living; yes, ticks. We found two in the RV during our 2 week stay that probably came in on the dog. And the fences are electric. Our pup learned that the hard way.
Alexander S.recommends
November 10, 2022
River's Edge RV Site
Great place to relax
The place is a bit hard to find because of the changes made by County to the road name, but if you get a tad lost just stop by the coal mine guard station he knows the way. Cell service is non existent, but a quick 20 minute ride to the top of the mountain will let you get texts through. Their wifi is good for streaming and WhatsApp calls if needed. I recommend the Swiss restaurant up the road. The cheese soup and house sausage will not disappoint. It rained while we were there so I can't comment much on the hiking, but it is a beautiful place. The pads are nice and hook ups reliable. The dog on site is nice but watch out he is a jumper (muddy paws got me). Anyway this is a great place to leave the grind behind.
Kristen N.recommends
October 23, 2022
River's Edge RV Site
RV camping
It was very hard to find. But We didn’t realize Robert had sent us directions directly to our email instead of through Hipcamp. Locals helped us get there though. Also, very long curvy roads, slow going in a big Rv. It was wonderful once we made it. We loved the deer. They were right outside morning and night. There was dry firewood near the firepit and a nice picnic table under a roof, all next to the river. Very level RV spot. No cell service with Verizon.
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