- Cultural heritage site co-owned and co-managed by the Selkirk First Nation and Government of Yukon.
- Designated a Yukon Territorial Heritage Site in 2010.
- Interpreters provide guided tours of the 1852 settlement.
- Popular with canoeists.
- You don't need a camping permit, but we encourage visitors to sign the register at the Interpreters’ Stone House.
Confluence of the Yukon and Pelly rivers.
Bear proof garbage bins
Blue bear-proof recycling bins
Hand pump or water tank provided
Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history
Tent pads or sites available via walking trail