Our lakeshore campground is located on the longest lake in Yukon. We offer boondock camping with clean facilities, free firewood, drinking water and garbage cans. Tourist information/reservations can be made on site. Canoes and kayaks available for guest use. Come enjoy our quiet little campground in Yukon!
Discovery Yukon Lodgings ( just 50km Southeast of Beaver Creek) boasts beautiful accommodations and finest RV facilities and tent camping in the Yukon
Each of our 3 cozy hand-crafted log cabins has its own private bathroom, deck, barbeque and uninterrupted mountain views. They are furnished with two extra long twin beds, luxurious bedding, microwave, fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. Or enjoy a uniquely Northern experience in one of our Yukon Wall Tents.
Come and stay in our wilderness campground a 25-minute drive from downtown Whitehorse. Relax in our forested sites after a soak at the near by Takhini Hot Springs. New campground building open year-round.
New rooms with high quality mattresses. Bring your own linen. Wi-Fi, big-screen TV, solarium, BBQ and deck. Stay in our wilderness setting at Takhini Hot Springs, next to two cafes and Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
Free wireless Internet. Cable TV. In-room coffee. Large rooms with choice of double or queen beds. Open year-round. Look for the red roof!
Coin laundry and showers. Four acres of grassed sites. 40-amp hook-up. Great fishing nearby.
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.
Pioneer RV Park.... One of the most diversified RV Parks in the Yukon Territory. Open Daily from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM from May 15 to September 30. (weather permitting) Seven minutes from downtown Whitehorse on the Alaska Highway. Km. 1414.7, Historic Mile 911. Good Sam Park, honors AAA and ADAC members. 150 sites, 84 full hookups (50 pull throughs). 15 and 30 Amps. Accommodate big R.V.s. Ask for our secluded, quiet sites in the trees. Partial and wooded campsites, Wi-Fi, Cable TV, Showers, Restrooms, Laundromat, Car and R.V. Wash - High Pressure, R.V.
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".