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4 RV Parks near Destruction Bay, Yukon
Jun 2018 - $38.00
This is the nicest RV park we stayed at in the Yukon. We stayed for 3 nights in a site that backed right onto beautiful Kluane Lake plus surrounding mountains. The sites are a good size with only 15 amp because its run on a generator but was fine, no sewer but sani dump on site. Wifi was ok from the office deck. But the beautiful views were amazing The park itself is beautiful with large trees, shrubs & flowers and a great place to relax Clean and Well maintained and the owners are friendly. Wish we could have stayed longer. - Arlene T
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Beautiful park right on Kluane Lake. Many sites back right up to the lake, and most others have a view of the lake. The owners are very helpful, and the facilities are spotless. Because of grizzly activity in the area, there is no sewer dump and you are not allowed to leave any trash at the site. But this place is well worth any inconvenience, simply gorgeous. - Rob48
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We have stayed at this campground 6 times during trips to Alaska and it remains our favorite along the Alcan highway. Pulling into the entry is just like coming home for us. It sits on Kluane Lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The owners, MaryAnn and Glen, live at the park and maintain it just like they would maintain their yard. It is filled with trees, shrubs and flowers. The sites are level and spacious. There are a few downsides--Since they are literally in the middle of nowhere, they generate their own power by generators and you are limited to 15 amps. Even in July, you will not need an air conditioner and as long as you switch your water heater to propane and use your heat-generating appliances one at a time, 15 amp limitation is not an issue. Wi-Fi is only available on the deck, and there are no sewer hook-ups (dump station at the park). - PatriotParents
Jun 2018 - $10.00
Stayed in early June and again middle of July. CG has numerous back-in and pull through sites. Several back-in sites are at the lake's edge. The tenting area is surrounded by a high voltage fence due to bear activity in the area. The outhouses are clean and don't smell. Free cut up firewood is provided but you will need a means to split the large pieces of wood. There are hand pumps for water but signs say boil before use. When left CG the next morning saw a blonde grizzly with half grown cubs about a half mile up on the side of the road. Strictly dry camping but a beautiful CG. - campingdog
Sep 2017 - $20.00
We really liked this campground, it is on the ALCAN at Destruction Bay, Kluane Lake. Very large, private campsites, dry camping and inexpensive. Just a really pretty area. When traveling the ALCAN let's face it the commercial sites leave a lot to be desired. We found the Yukon Provincial Parks great for an overnight or longer stay. It is interesting that the tenting area is enclosed in a 5' high 50,000 volt electric fence. Got Bears, you better believe it. The one drawback to most of the Provincial Parks in the Yukon and BC is no dump stations. - Ronahue
Jun 2016 - $20.00
One of our favorite spots! A must stop when in the YT. Like all Provincial campgrounds; maintained and plenty of tp in the privy. Some campsites are next to Lake Kluane.
Lot spacing is spacious with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel featuring a fire ring and picnic table. Clean restrooms and showers. - Paratus
Jul 2018 - $35.00
All gravel, good Wi-Fi, good AT&T. Helpful staff. We had to drive about another mile north from what our GPS showed. Good for overnight Phone number on RV Review is incorrect Should be 867-841-4332. - dlfishing
Jun 2017 - $19.00
If you have to stop here then be ready for a gravel parking lot with unlevel sites, 2 wheels were off the ground, and not much else. The 30 amp power worked fine but he didn't have the water running yet even though he said it would be. There is no sewer hookup, just a dump station. There are no trees so our Dish satellite worked fine, which was good since there is absolutely nothing else in the area. He does offer free Wifi. Destruction Bay is named that way because of the very high winds that blew everything down when they first built the highway. We were advised to pull in with the head of the rig pointing south to minimize the winds. They did die down some at night. We'll only stay here again for 1 night if we absolutely need to. - Hands For Him
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We stayed as part of a group and the owner went above board to make sure we had a good time. He fixed a very nice meal for us and even had a singer from Whitehorse come to entertain. Others staying in the park joined for the meal and entertainment. I don't know how often or if he does this if the large groups aren't camping. Sites were okay. We had long 65'+ reasonably level gravel pull thrus. All sites slope a little side to side. RVs were barely able to open slides due to tight parking. But sites are still easy in/out with very wide gravel interior roads. We had 30A & low pressure water. The park has a sewer dump but he discourages use since contents have to be hauled elsewhere due to permafrost. Park allowed rig washing which is nice considering the thick dirt you'll have coming from Tok. Bell had a strong cell signal and LTE data. - Danno
Aug 2012 - $25.00
This is a nice place to stop for 1-night along the Alaska Hwy. You overlook Kluane Lake and can get fuel, eat dinner and take a walk along the lake. They also have a hotel should you need a room. The only drawback is 15-20 amp service and no dump. So if you are and all electric rig this could be a problem. We had a nice dinner, got gasoline and enjoyed the lake view. - Herb B