Trail construction in progress

  • For safety, please stay out of construction areas.
  • The trail should be complete by the end of the summer.
  • Site 27 will be unavailable as it will be used to store materials.

Conrad Campground

Road accessible campground
Southern Lakes
Registration required: 
Total sites: 
Pull through: 
April 29 to October 2, 2022
Gate open: 
April 29 to October 2, 2022
Site description: 
  • The Yukon’s newest campground with several sites overlooking the lake. Six new walk-in sites.
  • The Tagish name for the lake, Tséi Zhéłe' Méne', refers to the howling sound made by the wind in the rocks across the lake.
  • The now-abandoned town of Conrad City supported the Venus silver mine in the early 1900s.
  • Hike the nearby Sam McGee Trail, also called the Mountain Hero Trail. It connects to Carcross's famous mountain bike trail system.
  • In partnership with Singletrack to Success and Carcross/Tagish First Nation, the Government of Yukon is building a new family-friendly, non-motorized, multi-use trail that will connect to viewpoints and the walk-in and main campgrounds. Please stay clear of construction. Completion is expected end of summer 2022. Interpretation and trail name will be developed in collaboration with the Conrad Historic Site committee.
Campground peak times: 
May June July August September
Picnic table with mountains in background


Klondike Highway
Highway kilometre: 
Secondary road kilometre: 
GPS coordinates: 
60.06936°N 134.57172°W
Map download : 
Conrad Campground map (299.97 KB)
Site directions: 

Located on Tagish Lake’s Windy Arm, about 16 km south of Carcross. The campground shares the access road with Conrad Historic Site.

Services available

Outhouse unisex

Bear proof garbage bins

Blue bear-proof recycling bins

Picnic tables

Cook shelter

Fire ring

Bear proof cache

Hiking trails


At least one wheelchair accessible outhouse

At least one wheelchair accessible campsite

Hand pump or water tank provided

Sandy or cobble beach within short walking distance

Tent pads or sites available via walking trail

Walk-in sites