This is an older RV park. We were the only rig here but it is early in the season and they were just opening. I had to help hook up the wi-fi. Nothing fancy but a level place to park, 30 amp hookups and a dump station for 15 Dollars. Drive through sites are not shaded but the smaller back ins are. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This used to be the RV Park connected to the Westmark Inn. When the corporation closed the Inn, the manager bought it. Westmark had let the property grow shabby in the year it knew it was closing the operation. The new owner is bringing it back up to standard. Right now the park is muddy when the rains come, but a load of gravel with fix that. Each site has an aspen tree, table, and a little grill. The showers were the best we have had in weeks - no meter, free, plenty of hot water and strong water pressure. There is even free coffee, tea or hot chocolate in the office in the morning. The WiFi was weak and unstable even though we were close to the office. Maybe a new router is coming. It is right across the street from the Visitor Center and next to a good restaurant. All-in-all a great place to spend one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Yukon Government campground is conveniently located along the Alaska Highway. Since it is right next to the highway, there is considerable road noise during the day, but the highway quiets down t night. Some of the sites are pull-through and would accommodate a larger RV. Even though it is along the Kosdern River, the river, visible from only three sites, is not a major feature. The sites are well separated and the vegetation provides privacy. According to guide books, there is a hand pump for water, which we were unable to locate. Regardless, is would not be suitable for filling a holding tank, and there is no dump station, so plan on arriving with all of your fresh water needs and hauling out your waste. There are vault toilets. As with all Yukon Government campgrounds there is free firewood, which they request you conserve. Our Verizon phone had no signal and we could not get satellite because of the tree cover. This is not a destination campground, but is great for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this wooded campground. Our site was huge, more than enough room for our 34 foot 5th wheel. It was one of 2 that are right on the creek. There are 2 or 3 pull-through sites that would have worked for us, too. We stay in this campground on every trip through the Yukon. We didn't use the pit toilets, but others we were with reported that they were clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really liked this park. Some of the sites were a bit tight, and there were only 2 stream side sites, but it was mainly empty most of the time, filling only in the evenings as most campers, as we were, were there only over night. We stayed there both ways going and coming to Alaska. There was plenty of fire wood and things were in good repair except for one pit toilet which had a broken seat pin. No camp host. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a typical public campground with spacious sites. There are some pull-throughs and some on the stream. There are picnic tables, fire pits, free firewood, a kitchen shelter and a hand water pump. It is near 1791km of the Alaska Highway. It is an easy off for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is another nice Yukon Government Campground along the Alaska Highway and the last one before Alaska if you are headed north. It is near a lake but not actually on the lake, but some sites do have oblique views. About half of the sites are very unlevel and would be very hard to level an RV. It is just off of the Alaska Highway so does have some road noise, but not bad at night. As with all Yukon Government campground there is no dump. There are pit toilets. There is free firewood. There is a notice to boil water before use, but we could not find any water source in the campground. It is best to bring all of the water you need and plan on hauling the water out. Our Verizon phone had no signal and we could not get our Hughes Internet satellite through the trees. This is a good overnight stop, but not a destination park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great place to pull off the road, does have water if need be. This was the last campground we stayed at before entering Alaska. Does have cooking shelters for tents if raining. Mile post 1153.4 from Dawson Creek. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The RV portion of this park is a good place for a stopover. It has no sewer or cable but it does have electric & water. The pickings are kind of slim in this neck of the woods & we were grateful for this park. If you are on your way or coming back from Alaska this park gives you the opportunity to rest up before beginning your arduous journey. It is close to the border (minutes from Canadian Customs & 20 miles from US Customs). I do recommend the RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was a bit muddy when we were there. Power was good, and water also was very good. Great place to spend the night and see a dinner show between Tok and Haines Junction. However, the hotel has changed tour company ownership and will close at the end of the season, so the RV park's future is up in the air. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not much between Whitehorse and Tok, Alaska. This park was easy to park and spent one night before crossing the border into Alaska. Didn't use Wi-Fi, but was told it worked in the office only. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Westmark RV Park, Beaver Creek, Yukon. All gravel - likely mud when wet. Fairly level. Water hard. Electric stable. Grills - tables. Aspens. Dump station only. First look at showers/restrooms "looked" clean; actual use finds urine smell in shower (like using old unclean mop), haphazard repairs, ceiling buckling. Sign out front says CAA/AAA "approved." No AAA discount when asked - even though it's in Woodalls. Advertised WiFi - none broadcast with the claimed SSID (and we use a "booster" that works well even 500'+ from the access-point - we were only 75' this time), don't think it even made it out of the office. As far as "big-rig" access - didn't see any sites that would accommodate a 40-footer with a toad; we had no problem since the place had only 12-15 sites in-use. Clerk on-duty was not rude, but seemed bothered we wanted to check in and/or use WiFi. Store up the road seemed like hangout for the unsavory. This is first campground in Canada where we felt uncomfortable and unwelcome, but ALCAN from Haines beat us to death and we just didn't want to drive any more. Will NOT stay here again. We'll try White River on the way back - it's not too far south of Westmark. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rated better than average. Just a gravel lot but well organized and friendly staff. A foot of snow stranded many over the weekend (Victoria Day holiday) but on Monday the snow and lot was clear though slightly muddy. Water froze during the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We first stayed here 8 years ago and it was very acceptable. This time, the bathrooms were dirty, the roads and RV sites were all dirt and very muddy. There was a pile of gravel at the back that would have been good on the roads. At check-in, the clerk in the gas station-convenience store-RV park office was totally uninterested in us or our business. They did have solid electric and Wi-Fi in the store. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is OK for one night, but would not stay longer. Their Wi-Fi was not turned on yet and with no cell phone connection its a little bit of a turn off. There are places to eat both at the lodge and within walking distance. If you need groceries you are out of luck. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were wide and all gravel that was hard packed. the hookups were toward the rear so you may need some extensions. The Wi-Fi was not at the site but could be received in the lodge. The rest rooms were very clean with a lot of hot water and did not have to pay extra for showers. There is a great show at the lodge in the evening. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This, like many other campground along the AK highway are stopovers, not camping grounds. It was roomy, the provided services worked and the road noise was low during the night even though the front sites are just off the highway We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is gravel and dirt behind a mini market where you choose your own site. There are some trees but they don’t provide much shade. The site was easy to get in and out of with our 33 foot 5th wheel but the sites weren’t very level, . The power was barely adequate to run a microwave. There were no sewer hookups but they had 2 dump stations which were easy to use. There was no cable and no Wi-Fi. The Westmark Inn next door has a dinner theater for $42 per person. The park was fairly full by the dinner hour. We would stay there again if we wanted to stop at that time of day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another overnight stay for us. This park is acceptable and has gravel drives and sites. Sites were level but not long enough for some of the really long 5th wheel rigs. The showers and toilets were clean considering it was pretty wet and muddy when we were there. The two staffers we dealt with super nice. They have free coffee and donuts in the office in the mornings. They have an internet connected computer for all to use and you can hard wire connect your laptop if you like. We'd return if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This isn't the greatest campground in the world, but it is very nice. The sites are spacious, and usually it is not crowded so you can pick a site that has no one around you. There are plenty of sites to select from. Store staff were friendly, and internet was available if you bring your PC to the store, or just use the one that they have available. Stayed here on the way up and back from Alaska. Pick up a loaf of homemade bread from Buckshot Betty's next door. Fine dining at the Westmark Motel next door, that it is associated with. We camped here in a Motorhome.