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Camping in either a tent or RV is a great choice for accommodations in the Whitehorse Area. Five RV parks are located along the Alaska Highway, within city limits. They are The Caribou RV Park, The Hi Country RV Park, Mackenzie's RV Park, Mountain Ridge RV Park, and Pioneer RV Park. Services and rates vary by location. For complete contact information please click on this link.
Those who choose to enjoy camping in a tent will be treated to a choice of several excellent campgrounds. The Yukon Government operates two campgrounds in the Whitehorse area. The Wolf Creek campground offers beautiful trails and is located less than 15 minutes from downtown. The Marsh Lake campground offers excellent swimming and great boating. The cost of camping overnight is $12 per tent. Please contact the Parks Branch of the Department of Environment for more information at 1-867-667-5648.
Whitehorse offers excellent tent camping within a two-minute drive of Downtown. The Robert Service Campground offers campers beautiful wooded sites, hot showers, and gourmet locally roasted coffee as well as fresh baked goods. Nicknamed "The World's Meeting Place," this campground is popular with travelers both young and old.
North of the city, The Takhini Hot Springs can accommodate both tents and RV's. Everyone enjoys a soak in the famous Hot Springs or you can go for a trail ride on horseback. The climbing wall is a big hit with the kids, and their licensed restaurant offers great meals. Visit them at www.takhinihotsprings.yk.ca.