We are still camping during COVID-19. Learn more.
The last day of the serviced camping season is October 3, 2021.
October 4 through April 30, you may use campgrounds and recreation sites, but they are not serviced. Note that some have locked gates (details below); a printable-list is available here.
Check the current status as we may close sites due to flooding, wildlife danger, road conditions or other hazards.
Prepare to be self-sufficient in harsh winter conditions.
No camping fees are charged between October 4 and April 30. You must bring your own toilet paper, firewood, and pack out your garbage. Please register all campsite use – day or night, year-round – using the permit envelopes provided in the campground.
About Government of Yukon campgrounds and recreation sites
There are over 50 road-accessible campgrounds and day-use recreation sites in the Yukon.
- You'll need a camping permit to stay at a campground.
- Campsites are operated on a 1st come, 1st served basis.
- Reservations are not available.
- You must register each overnight stay when you arrive in the campground.
- For help planning your trip, see:
- Check which sites are closed, inaccessible or have other warnings.
- Check road conditions before you go.
Will I find a campsite when I get there?
The chance of finding a campsite varies by season and day of the week. Historic trends are indicated as follows: