ENVIRONMENT YUKON






Yukon government campgrounds

and recreation sites

Campgrounds are operated on a first come, first served basis. No reservations are available.

Is the campground open?

All sites are fully serviced May 20 to September 12, with 10 fully serviced May 13 through September 30. (highlighted below) Services include firewood, garbage collection and outhouse maintenance.

 

From October through May, you can camp where gates are not locked. There is no fee, but you must register and bring your own toilet paper, firewood, and pack out your garbage.

Check Yukon511.ca for road conditions prior to traveling.

 

Updated September 27, 2016 - 3:10 p.m.

Campground / Rec Site
Open?
Additional Information
Aishihik Lake Campground
closed
 
Big Creek Campground
closed
 
Conrad Campground Open Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Congdon Creek Campground
Open

Tenting prohibited.

Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd

Dezadeash Lake Campground
closed
 
Drury Creek Campground closed  
Engineer Creek Campground
closed
Gate Locked
Ethel Lake Campground
closed
 
Five Finger Rapids Rec. Site
Open
 
Five Mile Lake Campground
closed
Gate Locked
Five Mile Lake Recreation Site
closed
Gate Locked
Fox Lake Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Frances Lake Campground
closed
 
Frenchman Lake Campground
closed
 
Johnson Lake Campground
closed
 
Klondike River Campground
closed
 
Kookatsoon Lake Rec. Site
closed
 
Kusawa Lake Campground
closed
Loops 2&3 Gates Locked
Lake Creek Campground
closed
Gate Locked
Lake Laberge Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Lapie Canyon Campground closed  
Liard Canyon Recreation Site Open  
Little Salmon Campground closed  
Marsh Lake Campground Open Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Marsh Lake Recreation Site
Open
 
Million Dollar Falls Campground closed Gate Locked
Moose Creek Campground
closed
 
Morley River Recreation Site
Open
 
Nahanni Range Campground
closed
 
Nisutlin River Recreation Site
Open
 
Nunatuk Campground
closed
 
Otter Falls Recreation Site Open  
Pickhandle Lake Rec. Site
Open
 
Pine Lake Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Quiet Lake South Campground closed  
Quiet Lake North Campground
closed
 
Rancheria Falls Recreation Site Open  
Rock River Campground
closed
Gate Locked
Simpson Lake Campground
closed
 
Snafu Lake Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Snag Junction Campground
closed
Gate Locked
Spruce Beetle Trail Rec. Site
Open
 
Squanga Lake Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Tagish Bridge Recreation Site Open  
Takhini River Campground closed  
Tarfu Lake Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Tatchun Creek Campground
closed
 
Tatchun Lake Campground
closed
 
Teslin Lake Campground
closed
 
Tombstone Campground
closed

Gate Locked temporarily

Twin Lakes Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Watson Lake Campground closed  
Wolf Creek Campground
Open
Will remain open and serviced October 1st & 2nd
Yukon River Campground closed  

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Lost and found

The following items have been found at a Yukon government campground. Please contact the Parks Branch (unless otherwise indicated) to identify and/or claim your item(s).

 

Please call Meghan at 867-667-5648 to describe and claim.

If you have a LOST item, report the item using the "lost and found" sections of local newspapers and radio stations.

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Contact Yukon Parks

Phone: 867-667-5648
Park Officers: 867-456-3974
Toll-free (in Yukon, NWT & Nunavut):
1-800-661-0408 ext. 5648
Fax: 867-393-6223
Email: yukon.parks@gov.yk.ca
Facebook: www.facebook.com/getoutyukon Address: Box 2703 (V-4) Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada Y1A 2C6