My family stayed at Dawson Peaks twice this summer, first in June, then in July. We stayed in site #25 and there is a nice view. Lots of trees. Owners were very friendly. Very nice park and we would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is NO view of the lake and mountains from the RV sites. Cabins have the prime sites. Internet signal was marginal at site 8 near the office. Nice dock and beach for those who use them. Very limited menu - soup and sandwiches. We were encouraged to take our trash along. I think the owners are getting tired? The mixed berry/apple/rhubarb pie was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground located adjacent to the beautiful Teslin River. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. Sites were level and surrounded by trees, bushes and wildflowers. As they admitted to us at check-in, they did not know a lot about campers when they developed the park, as the water/electrical hookups are on the wrong side for most campers, but we easily made the adjustment. The bathrooms/showers are individual rooms and were kept very clean. If firewood was provided for the fire pits I would give it a 10. The only wood available was in about 3-foot lengths and un-split. The lunch and dinner menu for the on-site restaurant is limited (mostly sandwiches), but the home-made pies were exceptional. We will definitely stay there on the way home. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I agree with the previous rater but found the owner to be very friendly and helpful. The restaurant has good food at reasonable prices. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great little park with very nice buildings and newer cabins. All sites are in the shade. We had site #5 close to the office and the Wi-Fi was very good. The campground overlooks a lake, but you need to walk down a nice path to get to it. Several cabins overlook the lake. Each site has a nice fire pit and picnic table. The owner gave a fairly stern request about the amount of garbage we could have. I understand his point but it could have been presented a little nicer. The only downside here was no TV for those who like to watch. We would stay here again. Our rate reflected Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a wonderful campground. The owner-hosts were also the chefs for the restaurant that was combined with the campground and cabins and motel rooms. Homemade rhubarb pie was a specialty, and the other food was excellent too. This resort is the home of the couple who run it, and you can tell that they love what they do! STAY HERE! It is one of the nicest places on the entire Alaskan Highway! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground among the trees and close to a lake. It's right off the road, but very quiet. Owners are friendly. Pull-through sites were long enough for our 38' motor home and tow vehicle. Wi-Fi service is excellent. A good over-night stop, but could be nice for longer stays if you are into fishing and/or canoeing. We like to take a walk in the evening and had to walk on the highway shoulder. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, family friendly and just beautiful. The food was great and the owners are just wonderful. The SMALL problems we had with this place was the fact that we would have to pay for a shower (the other we stayed at you didn't have to) and that they we really not that clean. I wouldn't say "dirty" but not that clean. Also, the mosquitos were just AWFUL! Which has nothing to do with the park itself. I would say that we really enjoyed our time here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here one night on our return leg to/from Alaska. Very friendly folks and clean campground. We did not use the restaurant but from the reports of fellow campers who did, the food was good. The CG also has cabins for rent and has a pretty lake front setting although no CG spaces are on the lakefont. We would likely use this CG again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Very nice campground, located on lake with lots of trees. Excellent restaurant. We were in site 8, which was long and mostly level. WiFi was weak, but usable. We would certainly return to this campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice looking more natural park on a pretty lake. Wi-Fi doesn't reach the sites but is available near the restaurant, there is a large table with benches set-up to make it easier to use. The young woman who checked us in and waited on us for lunch was very good--capable and friendly. We had pull-thru site #9. It was long, gravel/dirt, not entirely level with some trees on both sides. All of the sites had some trees, some of the back-ins looked pretty roomy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a simple, clean campground with mostly back-in sites; only a few parallel sites. The sites closer to the road are more level than those closer to the lake. Free firewood was available for campfires; picnic table and fire pit at most sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Yukon government campground, so has no facilities except pit toilets. There is a hand water pump with a notice that the water should be boiled before use. There is no dump station, which is true for all Yukon government campgrounds. So, you should plan on arriving with all of the water you need and leaving with all of the water you bring. It does have picnic tables and fire rings at each site and firewood is provided free. It is right along the Alaska Highway, so there is traffic noise. There is also a rest area just outside of the campground, so you can hear trucks idling at the rest area. The Alaska Highway is not very busy at night, so noise was not a big problem for sleeping. There are only a few sites that are right on Teslin Lake and these are difficult to level. Most of the sites are a ways back from the lake, some with views of the lake. Some of these sites are long and level. Our Verizon cell phone had a weak signal. We did not try for satellite since it is heavily treed. This is not a destination park, but is OK for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived very early in the season. The CG was not officially open yet and camping was free. Firewood was also free. Can't argue with that. Sites are spacious and well spaced. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the things that you have to remember about Yukon Territorial parks is that they are self-regulated. This goes for fee payment but also for security, there is no one patrolling the park. We parked our 5th wheel here and went into Teslin for 3 hours to visit the museums. We came back to having someone pry open our bedroom window and snap off the rod that extends the window out (this is one of the "escape" windows in our 5th wheel). We were luck in that is all the damage that was done, but we learned our lesson, won't leave our 5th wheel alone in an unsupervised park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On Teslin lake. About 4 water sites. 6 parallel type sites, just pull along side of road. Some sites are a little small. We where OK in a parallel site along lake with a great view. We are about 54 feet long when hooked up. Fair gravel roads and sites fairly level. Free firewood. Enter the campground thru rear area. You could park here to check out campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was an OK spot for an overnight on our way south from our Alaskan trip - the rest rooms the next morning were so nasty. We had a somewhat level gravel pull-thru site. The spaces are close but about what is to be expected on the Alaskan highway. We would probably choose to stay at another park near here. The cafe is famous for their cinnamon rolls - got some awesome bran muffins. They do give a discount on the gas $.04/gal if you stay there. Wifi is not at the site - must go to the restaurant to get it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park, for being the only one available in a very small town. The location right on the river makes for a beautiful setting. All the attractions, which are only a few, are no further than a couple of miles down the road. There's a nice restaurant along with gas pumps which makes it very convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty site by the lake. A must stop on the Alaskan Highway. Be sure to check out the free campgrounds museum, the George Johnson Museum (across the street), and the First Nation cultural center just down the road. I'd definitely stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Checking in was quite a chore, as the place you check in is also where you pay for your meal, pay for items you got in the store and pay for fuel. Basically a parking lot - gravel - Good Sam. Shared a power pole and apparently our neighbor had all 3 of their ACs on. We lost power and had to use generator to cool down the RV and do laundry. Went to eat in restaurant and had to sit in the "lounge" since we were ordering wine and beer. Food not good and pricey. Mosquitoes! Okay for an overnight stay as there are not that many choices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was OK for one night. The pull-through was fairly level but not long enough. My site was assigned to someone else after it was assigned to me and was quite confusing for the next traveler . It is a bit noisy in the PM with traffic going over the metal bridge on the river. The food at the restaurant was OK. There was a discount on fuel for staying at the park. Depending on time and location, I might skip this one next trip and continue to Whitehorse. It was a crowded park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There are a number of long pull-throughs (we're 70' long) with dependable electrical service. The campground is located on a beautiful lake, and the Teslin River is a mile away. Most sites looked to be fairly level, with some trees/shrubs between some of the sites. You can get WiFi if you go inside the restaurant or if you sit at one of the tables outside of the restaurant. The laundry room was neat and clean, washer $2.50, dryer $.25 for a few minutes. They do give a fuel discount to overnighters, and there are some cabins for rent. They don't waste a lot of money on excess staff, so those working do many things, and do it well. Sometimes it takes a little time - but we should all slow down a little! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very easy on/off highway. The sites were not very level, perhaps others were better. The park fills up very fast so try to get there early in the day. The restrooms were clean. The Wi-Fi hotspot worked OK, but no reception at the site. There is a dump station and is easy to pull into, but a hard uphill pull to get out. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not to many parks along this stretch of the ALCAN. Teslin is good stop for overnight. The Wi-Fi works well at the office and restaurant area. No cable TV. We had a long pull thru with 30 amps and water. They give a 4 cent discount per liter, if you stay in park and purchase fuel. The restaurant food was okay. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wi-Fi not working. No cable. Has propane and fuel at reasonable prices for the Alaska Highway. Low water pressure. No sewer hookups in campground. Would we stay again? NO. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We ended up at a 20 amp site due to a caravan taking the 30 amp sites. The first pull through assigned was too small for us so we had to get another: still 20 amp. The young lady at the front was managing the fuel station; restaurant; rv park and was working her tail off. We ended up staying 1 night instead of two. Nice setting; an ok place to stay overnight on a long journey. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a large pull through. The site was where we could watch the fuel pumps and we worred a little that it would be noisy at night. That was not the fact. All became quiet at night and we received plenty of rest. The people were frendly and we found this park to be one of the better on the Alaskan Highway. Pet friendly too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate shown Good Sam discount and includes tax. Site was a fairly level gravel pull-through with 30 amp power and water. There are no full hookups as advertised. All utilities worked fine. Nice view of the bay. Only TV was a poor signal from a CBC local channel. Wi-Fi was available only in the vicinity of the motel. The signal worked intermittently. The restaurant makes a good Teslin burger. Clean laundry with 6 washers and 4 dryers. Wash is $2.50 and dry is $.25 for 8 min. Received a 4 cents a litre discount card (3% off). Propane fill next to dump station (enough said). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd stop at this campground. Our first was 6 years ago. We once again found it to be a very good Alaska Highway campground with a restaurant, wildlife gallery, and fuel pumps right on site. It is also one of the few RV parks along the AK highway where you are allowed to wash your rig at your site without any extra charge. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were the second unit to check in, and we had the best site in the park with a great view of the lake. Other sites were narrow with side-by-side hookups. Restrooms were only fairly clean. Women's had a code. Door on the men's didn't even close. The campground has only water, sewer and a dump station. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a stop over for one night but the park was very pleasant and had nice wide, flat sites. The only drawback was to use their Wi-Fi you need to go into the main building, would not work in the park. They gave a gas discount of $0.04 per litre which was nice. Will stay here again on our trip back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are on a 3 month trip to Alaska. Trying to pace ourselves, we try to find campgrounds about every 300 - 350 miles. We have found some that we definitely will not go back to but this is NOT one. Yukon Motel Lakeshore Resort is quiet, nice, clean, and people are friendly. Clean, spacious bathrooms and showers, nice laundry, machines in good shape. When we arrived, we were the first ones for the evening, so they let us choose our site next to Lake Teslin. Will definitely stop here on our way back through. They also give a discount on fuel if you stay with them. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed in a 31ft RV with a truck. Site was basically a parking lot with hookups next to a motel. A good stop over type place. Got a 4 cent / liter discount on gas. Nice museum on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While there is little ambiance to the individual sites, the campground sits on a lake with great views. It is also within easy walking distance of most visitor sites in town. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Chose a site for it's view of the lake, which had 20A service and water. (There are a few 30A sites for extra cost.) Dump station, showers & laundry are available. Park is adjacent to metal grated suspension bridge, so hear vehicle noise all night. Earplugs are recommended. 4 cent per liter discount on fuel for campers. Restaurant had a good variety with fairly reasonable prices. Adjacent Wildlife Gallery is very well done. Also recommend the Tlingit Heritage Center. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two nights. The view from our rig is breathtaking. We're sitting nearly lakeside with a clear view across a large frozen lake. We stayed here very early in the season so the water was not available at the sites yet. The Wi-Fi access is very good. The food in the resort restaurant is good with ample portions and the place is very quiet. We'd be happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Sam discount. Nice park, great store but busy in the service area, restaurant and gas station. 4 cent fuel discount for camping and fuel was cheaper than Whitehorse to begin with. Some traffic noise during the day but quiet at night. We stayed 2 nights and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for 30 amp electric and water pull through site with Good Sam discount. Just your basic open, gravel, parking area, Yukon Territory RV park with a mix of 30 and 20 amp pull through and back-in sites. Restrooms and showers were convenient and the laundry had a number of washers and dryers. The wifi was excellent, though they tell you no downloading, and it is turned off at 11PM. Another plus is that you get a 4 percent discount on fuel if you are registered at the park, which made it less than we paid in Watson Lake. If you truly need 30 amps, be prepared to do some leveling, though we didn't notice the same problems in the 20 amp sites. We noted several people backing out of the dump station, which maybe the wisest choice if you are concerned with the incline as you pull out from it, though it presented no problem to us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very conveniently located campground with nice views and lake access. A cafe and fuel is available on site. The Wi-Fi speed was excellent. The campground has obvious drainage problems so choose your spot carefully. If you are a 40' or larger motorhome walk the access to the dump station before committing your coach and toad. I damaged my front end that could have only been avoided by approaching from the opposite direction. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We overnighted here and it's fine for that, especially since its the only park in the area. There are electric and water hookups only. Its a gravel drive and site type park and in June the lake was flodding out all the lake front tent camping sites. The showers and toilet areas were acceptably clean. The restuarant attached to the motel had good and reasonably priced food. Lots of locals ate there. Its the only cafe/diner in the small community. Their WiFi worked well for us. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The views from the campground give this park a higher rating than the park itself. The sites are long and easy to get into but we had to find just the right spot in our site to get our 33 foot 5th wheel leveled. There are no sewers but they do have a dump. The Wi-Fi worked well from our site but with heavy clouds it did go down for a while. There is no cable or TV. Now in mid June most of the waterfront sites are flooded by the lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First nice little park we hit on our caravan. Wi-fi at sites were good, not great, but good. Nice views from campground, spend a night, see the wildlife musuem, and eat at Mukluk Annie's. Take the time to go on the houseboat there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best campground on the Alaska Highway. For $25 you get a beautiful lake view. Easy on and off for large rigs. Nice and quiet. Gas discount with your camping fee. Facilities are OK. There is a great museum & store here too. Will stay here again anytime. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well graveled lots. Nice lake, and has propane, fuel, and food. Laundry room was very clean and modern. Wifi ok, but not sure about outgoing. He has a sign about not doing downloads and my e mail will receive but not send, and I can surf and send from my web site..so not sure why as e mail has been sending and receiving at other locations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Firstly I can't quite remember the rate so please don't quote me. We pulled in for one night and ended up staying for several. The site is immaculate and the owners and staff couldn't be more helpful. The facilities are spotless and the whole site is very neat and tidy. We'd recommend it to anyone. It is also very quiet considering its location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.