Alaska, Stewart-Cassiar and Klondike Highways
(B.C. and Yukon)

Alaska Highway
Stewart-Cassiar Highway
Klondike Highway

British Columbia

Alaska Highway

  1. Kiskatinaw - 28 veh/tent campsites, hiking/trail
  2. Charlie Lake - 58 veh/tent campsites (reservations accepted by calling 1-800-689-9025), picnicking/day use, sani-station, some wheelchair access, fishing, boat launch, hiking/trail
  3. Beatton - 37 veh/tent campsites (reservations accepted by calling 1-800-689-9025), picnicking/day use, some wheelchair access, swimming, fishing, boat launch, hiking/trail
  4. Buckinghorse River - 33 veh/tent campsites, fishing
  5. Prophet River - 45 veh/tent campsites, fishing
  6. Tetsa River - 25 veh/tent campsites, picnicking/day use, some wheelchair access, fishing, hiking/trail
  7. Stone Mountain - 28 veh/tent campsites, wilderness walk-in camping, picnicking/day use, fishing, boat launch, hiking/trail
  8. Muncho Lake - 30 veh/tent campsites, picnicking/day use, fishing, boat launch, hiking/trail
  9. Liard River Hotsprings - 53 veh/tent campsites (reservations accepted by calling 1-800-689-9025), picnicking/day use, some wheelchair access, swimming, hiking/trail

Stewart-Cassiar Highway

  1. Meziadin Lake - 46 veh/tent campsites, picnicking/day use, some wheelchair access, swimming, fishing, boat launch
  2. Kinaskan Lake - 50 veh/tent campsites, some wheelchair access, swimming, fishing, boat launch, hiking/trail
  3. Boya Lake - 45 veh/tent campsites, picnicking/day use, some wheelchair access, swimming, fishing, boat launch, hiking/trail
For more information, contact BC Parks, Second Floor, 800 Johnson Street, Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4. Tel (604) 387-5002.

Yukon

The Yukon government's clean, scenic campgrounds offer a variety of roadside wilderness facilities and nearly all are located on a stream, river or lake. Accessible RV stalls, tenting areas, picnic tables, cold water, camp-fire pits, firewood and outhouses are the rule. Most overnight locations have fishing access and at least one picnic shelter, and some offer playgrounds, beaches, boat launches and walking trails.

Several campgrounds now provide users with a self-registration system. Visitors are asked to deposit their campground fee in the vault provided at the unmanned pay stations.

Campground permits are sold at all Yukon government visitor reception centres (Watson Lake, Whitehorse, Haines Jct., Beaver Creek, Carcross, Dawson City) and by some campground personnel.

RVers are reminded that sewage and grey water dumping is permitted only at dumping stations.

For more information, contact Tourism Yukon, P.O. Box 2703, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6. Tel (867) 667-5340 or visit Yukon Environment.

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