cherubz2

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lots of sites right on the lake, with great views. a very clean provincial park. great place to stop on the casiar hwy, and take a day trip to stewart, bc and hyder, alaska. don't miss the drive to salmon glacier -- the views are spectacular.

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Great spot to stop when taking the Casiar hwy. some ways off the road in a beautiful valley. The sites are very well cared for, with even grass dividing the sites themselves.

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Basic Yukon campground.

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Park is right at the end of the cruise ship dock. In fact about 10 of the sites are back-ins at the rear of the actual cruise ship dock parking lot, looks a little strange, but then they have a great view.

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Right next to Fas Gas. Nice level gravel sites, and well spaced out.

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Small cg, but neat. We were there on a Wednesday and they had a ranger from Wrangell-St Elias NP on site to give a talk. One problem is that the dump station is on the way out, and if there are 2 rigs in line to dump, you have to wait.

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Park is basically 2 units. Well planned area next to the office, and open area down below. We were in the open area for the same price.

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Small park a ways from the hustle and bustle of the motel and tourist area.

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Nice wooded sites very well spaced out and well off the hwy. Also for $7 you can wash your rig for however long it takes -- especially worth it when coming in to Tok via the Top of the World Highway.

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Basic Yukon park. Neat gravel sites, and relatively close to town. Also right at the turn for dredge #4.

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Gravel lot, but neat and the sites are well spaced out. Very close to the sign forest.

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Choices are limited in Ft Nelson. Basic site in gravel lot, but expensive for what you get. The sites are behind the Blue Bell Motel.

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During the summer it is hard to get a site in Dawson Creek, due to the many caravans starting out for Alaska from there. Mostly gravel parking lot, and sites are very tight. Also noticed the park was up for sale.

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Quiet and off the highway. Somewhat rough interior roads, and all sites are slightly unlevel. Nice lake views.

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All paved roads and pads. Can't beat for the price, which also includes free continental breakfast coupons.