We are still camping during COVID-19. Learn more.
The serviced camping season has ended
October through April, 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 October through April. 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: