Wonderful territorial park ground, easy in and out. Good gravel roads,well maintained campground. Firewood plentiful for a small fee, with solid fire rings. Weekly campfire lectures with hot tea served. Only in Canada! Short hike to Kathleen Lake. Be sure to get a fishing license because the trout are plentiful. The lake also has a nice floating dock and concrete ramp. Lots of hiking trails, but beware of bears on any extended hikes. Although they are small by comparison to those we saw in Southeast Alaska, these are still grizzly bears. Some black bears in the area as well, but the campground was fairly safe due to cleanliness. We stayed a week and used the fresh water supply that was readily available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical government campground. It was spacious back-in sites with privacy. Our 40' motorhome fit fine. The vault toilets were clean. No water when we were there. No dump. Wood was $8!! The site was $15.70 Canadian. We don't know how they arrived at that amount. None of the sites are on the gorgeous huge lake. The day use is a good walk or drive. This is about 15 miles from Haines Junction on the Haines Highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.