Boondocking, Dry Camping, Dispersed Camping – What’s the Difference? – Boondockers Welcome.
Where is it legal to camp in Wisconsin?
Wild camping, typically described as primitive or dispersed camping away from designated campgrounds without facilities, is available within Nicolet National Forest and Chequamegon National Forest, including at Porcupine Lake Wilderness, Rainbow Lake Wilderness, and Blackjack Springs Wilderness.
What is off grid camping called?
Also known as dispersed camping, dry camping, boondocking, off the grid camping are other names for camping without hookups including electric, water or sewage. It’s a way to be close to the action, away from it all (and everyone) or to save on camping fees.