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Yukon government campgrounds

Discover our campgrounds and recreation sites.

Yukon government campgrounds

Discover our campgrounds and recreation sites.

Improving care for dogs in rural communities

New programs support spay surgeries and responsible dog ownership

Bears are out and about

Be alert. Be aware. Be prepared.

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Latest News

 

Kluane BioBlitz 2017
June 19, 2017 Join in Yukon's biological treasure hunt and discover species at this year's Canada 150 BioBlitz in the Kluane area from June 22 to 25, 2017. Over 50 scientists will be documenting and collecting data on this unique ecosystem. The public is welcome to join through the scheduled public events. Learn more.
June 16, 2017Read more... The Department of Environment has closed loops 2 and 3 at the Kusawa Lake territorial campground due to heavy rainfall, and an increased risk of landslide in the campground. Loop 1, as well as the Takhini River campground, remain open at this time. Twenty-four hours of rain-free weather is required for the campground to reopen. Update June 19, 2017: Loops 2 and 3 have now reopened.

June 1, 2017Read more... Summer is here and so are Wild Discoveries! Join us for free events exploring Yukon's diverse wildlife and its habitat. Watch your mailbox for the events calendar, arriving soon, or view our online events calendar.
May 26, 2017Read more... Help Environment Yukon Fisheries staff with their annual fry release at Hidden Lakes on Saturday, May 27 from 3:00 p.m. Learn more about Yukon fish and the Stocked Lakes Program. Visit www.env.gov.yk.ca/events for more information.
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Hon. Pauline Frost, Minister of Environment
Environment Yukon
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Human-wildlife Conflict
Human-wildlife Conflict
Proposed Campground Regulation Change
Proposed Campground Regulation Change
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