Yukon RV Parking
Enjoy our well treed camp sites, with picnic tables, firepits and firewood. We also provide great breakfast specials for RV groups upon request.
The $35.00, $30.00 or $25.00 includes showers
for two people and sani-dump.
We accept VISA, Mastercard or Interac for payment and is due upon arrival.
Guest comment about
our shower facility:
"On our recent trip across the country, We travelled from west to east and stayed mainly in provincial and federal parks and some private and I can honestly say that your comfort station (as they are called almost everywhere) is by far the nicest and best in the country. They are private and very well thought out to give the maximum comfort to your guests."
– Joyce Rozema, Tiger Lily, Alberta
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The RV Park has picnic tables
and BBQ pits.
The shower facility boasts private bathrooms with showers, sinks & toilets all in one.
From the time the first gold seekers crossed the Chilkoot Trail, Carcross was known as Caribou Crossing because of the large herds of Caribou that crossed the narrows between Bennett and Tagish Lake twice a year on their annual migration. The Carcross area is part of Skookum Jim's land of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation. Made famous for his predominant role in the discovery of Gold in the Klondike. Carcross is an interesting place to visit with gift shops and a beach. Be sure to stop by the Visitor Centre located in the White Pass Railroad Station.