Camping in Whitehorse
Spacious pull-thru sites
Power 15/30 amps
some with Cable TV
quiet forest sites with no hookups
4 deluxe Private Showers
Excellent drinking water
Walking trails for people & pets
Enjoy and relax in our quiet nature setting, 15 minutes south of Whitehorse and only half a mile south of the Klondike Highway which brings you right into Skagway!
Nice tenting sites are secluded in the woods, all equipped with firepits and picnic tables. In case of bad weather, there is the famous historic Joe's cabin where you can cook surrounded by historic artifacts of the Gold Rush.
If you don't feel like cooking, treat yourself to a meal at the Wolf's Den Restaurant. . You'll find it a short stroll from your site. Bruce offers you International and Western meals at a great price.
Camping in the Yukon
The Caribou RV Park is located on the world-renowned Alaska Highway on km 1403, only 1km from the famous South Klondike Cutoff to drive to Skagway Alaska or ride the White pass train in Carcoss/Fraser, the campground is located in the pristine wilderness while still giving you the comfort to be in Whitehorse City Center in 15 minutes with all the shops and amenities.
Only 5 minutes from Marsh Lake where the Yukon river starts and only 5 minutes from Miles Canyon.
Visit swan haven, Mount Sima and Takhini Hotsprings within minutes and enjoy wildlife viewing.
Campground open over winter
Self-checkin or online checkin after store closes for the season on October 14th
Mandatory mask-wearing in the laundry and to access the bathroom and any other common indoor area.
Residents of Yukon and persons having done their self-isolation can access common areas like showers and laundry respecting physical distancing and wearing masks. (access code in the confirmation email)
Power available sites year-round (no water and no sanidump form October to May)
(sites 16,17,18,20,23,24 power year round)
Showers and laundry open year-round for authorized persons (COVID restrictions)
Options for the mandatory self-isolation available (please email or call us)
Physical distancing and health protection measures in place and strictly applied.
Through travellers to and from Alaska/Lower 48 have a 24h limit in the Yukon can have a overnight site at the park but get no access to the shared areas like the restrooms and showers. Wearing a mask is mandatory.