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Million Dollar Falls Campground

Road accessible campground
Registration required: 
Total sites: 
Pull through: 
Site description: 
  • An extensive boardwalk leads to a lookout where you can watch the 60 m high waterfall on the Takhanne River.
  • The falls are the endpoint of the Chinook salmon upstream spawning run. This occurs in July.
  • The name comes from a U.S. army maintenance camp constructed during the building of the Haines Road and Haines-to-Fairbanks pipeline in the 1940s. The camp had a barracks, officers' quarters and a 21-toilet bathing room. It was rumoured to cost a “million dollars” to build, but was never used.
Campground peak times: 
May June July August September
Overlooking the falls


Haines Road
Highway kilometre: 
GPS coordinates: 
60.11005°N 136.92523°W
Map download : 
Million Dollar Falls Campground map (321.86 KB)

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

Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history

Tent pads or sites available via walking trail