We stayed one night on the way north. Clean and well kept. No views but quiet even though the highway is just up the hill. The host came around to collect the fee late afternoon. Early risers beware, the gate stays locked until 7:30A M so no leaving before that.
Great location, beautiful views of mountains and glaciers. Dry camping, no services. Hiking/biking trail. Paved roads and sites with tables and fire rings. The price is right but on the way out we saw several RV's boondocking free in gravel pullouts along the road.
At the end of a tiring day we drove back the gravel road to this regional park. It was Victoria Day Weekend and the camp was almost full. Many sites were either occupied or "reserved". We found one empty and backed in. I took a walk to unwind and found the water pump down by the river, with a sign that said "Boil 5 minutes before drinking." No thanks, our tank was full. The nice host came around to collect and sell firewood. Every site has trees, a table, and fire ring. Nice little camp, good enough for an overnight. On the way out next morning I noticed several RV's boondocking in the gravel pits and pull-outs along the access road.
We were going up The John Hart headed for the Alaska Highway. Whiskers Point PP was gated closed but Tudyah was open. No sign in sheets and no Ranger so we had a free night, along with several other campers. A sow bear with three cubs came into camp after dinner. What a treat!
Rate reflects senior access pass. We originally reserved Savage River, but it wasn't open - too much snow. Even Riley had one closed loop and the middle loop was snow covered. We picked a site in Bear loop as it had less snow. Basic dry camping. The dump was frozen, though they had it open before we left. We stayed two nights. The loops are well planned and the park staff very helpful. Showers at the check in store cost four bucks.
The entrance is no longer on University, it's been moved around the corner to 3530 Geraghty Av, The park was closed, but in the process of getting things hooked up when we drove in. The happy host went out of his way to make sure we had water and electricity. (It was just turned on.) There was snow everywhere and the dump station was frozen up. We were the first RV campers of 2013. Nice and quiet in a forest. You would not suspect it's in the middle of the city. There were caribou or moose droppings all through the camp. We stayed two nights.
Hard to find but worth the effort. Cute and cozy. They run a tight ship. Showers were clean and plenty of hot water. BEWARE, our site had a black painted 3' pole to protect the electrical service. Unfortunately I didn't see it as it "rubbed" the side of our RV. We were passing through on our way to Alaska. Only one night but we enjoyed our stay. EARLY RISERS, the gates are locked until 7:30 am.
A quiet, clean, and neat little town. We stayed one night on our way to Alaska. We were the only RV until after 6pm, when two others came for a total of three for the night. This park was just what the doctor ordered.
Another Yukon gravel lot. The owner runs a tight ship and will treat you right. THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN, everything else has closed. Near the signpost forest and grocery shopping. Very clean bathrooms/showers.
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.