Discovery Yukon has some of the finest RV facilities and tent camping sites in the Yukon. Choices range from tent sites on the soft lush grass around our pond, to those at the outer edges of the property for campers who like their privacy. All tent sites are provided with picnic tables. And campers can enjoy the amenities of the Main Lodge, including normally hard to find free Wi-Fi internet on the property, as well as hot showers, laundry and more.
The campground has 30 and 50 amp pull through electric sites. There are also secluded back- in sites in the forest with 15 and 30 amps. Fresh water and sani dump is at a central location. We are pleased to offer wifi for all our campers.Our clients all receive a 20% discount at the Hot Springs. Campground reservations can be made directly on our website or by calling the office.
On the shores of the Yukon River. Showers, laundry, riverfront tenting, bicycle rentals, auto and supply storage, riverside cabins for rent, Wi-Fi, hamburgers and ice cream. Great food, great hospitality!
"Modern big rig park, no unhooking!!
“If you can drive it, we can park it”
No rig is too big, pet and children friendly.
15, 30, and 50 Amp pull-through sites, wide enough for multiple slides.
With Cable/Satellite T.V.
Water and a super easy sani dump.
Close to all amenities. Centrally located. Good Sam Park. Free Wi-Fi. Car wash area available. 10% discount for Good Sam. AAA approved. Gift Shop. Big Rigs up to 105 ft.
On the shores of beautiful Kluane Lake. Lakeside sites, hook-ups, pull-throughs, tent sites, sani-dump, unmetered hot showers, cabin rental and Wi-Fi.
Free Wi-Fi. Cable TV. In-room coffee. Large rooms with choice of double or queen beds. Open year-round. Look for the red roof!
The campground is operated by the Keno Community Club. It is located at the edge of town on Lightning Creek. Across the Creek is Sourdough Hill, you can walk across the bridge at the campground and walk up Sourdough Hill. There are hiking trails in the area, get a map at Keno Mining Museum. The Museum also has a brochure for a Walking Tour of the town. Keno is the second smallest town North of 60. You can park at the campground and easily walk two blocks to the Museum. The Museum comprises three buildings and the Walking Tour which will also show you our historic buildings.