Nestled in the trees, on the bank of the Yukon River. A two-minute drive or 15-minute walk to downtown. Hot showers, ice cream, lattes and baked goods. Vehicle and baggage storage. An oasis in the city. "Where locals and globals gather".
Enjoy our newly renovated pool complex. Natural odourless mineral hotsprings pool, licensed cafe, beautiful forested RV park and campground and cabin rentals. 15/30/50 amp pull-through and back-in sites.
42 pull-throughs, 21 back-ins, and 5+ tent sites. RV sites have water and 30 or 50 AMP power. 2 dump stations, laundry, showers, gift shop, dinner theatre and discounts on fuel. Tent- $15, RV- start at $24.
While located almost in middle of the Town of Faro the John Connolly Municipal Campground offers visitors a wilderness experience that you will never forget. Once you drive into the park you will totally forget that you are in the middle of Town. The very well preserved and maintained treed park with very private sites will make you feel that you are somewhere in the middle of the wilderness.
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.