For everyone’s safety and enjoyment, follow these rules.
- Campsites are first-come, first-served. You cannot register or hold sites for people who are not present.
- Register all campsite use, day or night, year-round. Review rates, permits and how to register.
- Camp, park and drive only in designated areas.
- You cannot camp overnight at day-use areas and recreation sites.
- You can only stay 14 nights in one campground in any 30-day period.
- You cannot leave your campsite unoccupied for more than 24 hours.
- Quiet hours are from 11 pm to 7 am. Limit use of generators and other noise at all times.
- You may sleep:
- 8 people per regular site;
- 5 people per tenting-only site; and
- 12 people per group site.
- You can host more people on a site during the day.
- Never feed or disturb wild animals.
- You must store wildlife attractants inside a hard-sided vehicle, trailer, bear-proof canister or locker at night and when you’re away during the day, even for short periods.
- Do not bring food or other attractants into a tent. Attractants include coolers, pots, utensils, dish cloths, food, beverages, toiletries, pet food, garbage, gas cans, bug spray, recyclables and anything that may attract wildlife.
- Park staff may remove and secure unattended wildlife attractants if they are not stored correctly. An enforcement action may follow.
- Put garbage and recycling in bear-proof bins or pack it out with you.
- Review the fishing rules for the body of water where you'll fish. There may be special regulations.
- Practise bear safety, leave no trace and wildlife viewing ethics.
Motorized vehicles and aircraft
- Stay on roads and established trails.
- To operate an ATV, you must follow the Yukon's ATV rules. These include having your registration, insurance, licence and a helmet.
- To use an aircraft or drone, you must get a park permit and follow Transport Canada rules.
- Use firewood responsibly. Take only what you need.
- Use existing fire pits, keep campfires small and thoroughly extinguish unattended fires, including at night.
- You cannot remove firewood from a campground.
- Keep your pets leashed.
- Pick up your pet’s waste and dispose of it in the bins provided.
- Use caution at all times on and around water.
- Early season melt can cause water levels to rise quickly in small creeks and streams.
- Ice on lakes and around creeks and rivers can be extremely dangerous during early season camping.
- Treat or boil all water for 1 minute before you consume it, including water provided via hand pumps and tanks.
- There are no dump stations for RV liquid waste at our campgrounds. Dump your waste at these locations.
- Dump grey water into outhouse holes or broadcast. Dispose of filtered food in waste bins provided. Dumping in fire pits creates a wildlife attractant.
- During the unserviced season, bring your own toilet paper and firewood, and pack out all garbage.
- Leave firearms packed away.
- You cannot discharge a firearm in or near a campground or recreation site.
Emergencies and suspicious activities
- For emergencies, call 911, or the RCMP at 867-667-5555.
- Report suspicious activities or disturbances to park officers at 867-456-3974 or the RCMP at 867-667-5555.
- Report wildfires to 1-888-789-FIRE (3473).
- Report wildlife, fishing and environmental violations to the TIPP line, 1-800-661-0525.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 867-667-5648 or toll free in the Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 5648.