We arrived with another 5'ver very early in the season. Nothing except power was turned on. No matter. This is the North. Travel prepared for anything. We got more than a discount on fuel. We bought more than a few hundred worth of fuel and got a free night's stay thrown in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We paid $22.50 for full hookups and 30 amp. We had a pull through that handled our 39 foot motorhome. The sites are close together in some areas. There is gravel on the roads and parking pads, but bare dirt in between the sites. Luckily it did not rain while we were here. There are some strips of grass in the park too. There are lots of lodgepole pine trees throughout the park. Your satellite dishes will probably not work. There are three public Internet terminals in the store/office area. This is as good as it gets in Watson Lake and we will return on our way back from Alaska. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice RV Park on the eastern edge of Watson Lake. All the spots are shaded with large trees. There is a nice store and gas station attached to the park. They will even give you a discount on fuel if you stay with them. There is a large RV wash available. We stayed for one night but would have been comfortable staying more if we needed to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice, very treed campground close to Watson Lake. Sites were gravel and fairly level. Interior roads were fair. They have pull thru sites but unfortunately, the site they gave us required a tight "S" turn which necessitated us having to back in-a small nuisance since we told them at check-in that our rig was large. Also very close for us to park the truck without hanging out in the road. But there was nice space between sites. The bathrooms were cleaned OK, but to shower was $2 for 5 minutes in a small cubicle in a trailer. They did have a very well stocked store and most prices were reasonable for area. Wi-Fi excellent. We would probably stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Just opened this week. They where still cleaning up leaves etc.. Friendly staff. Fair gravel roads with fairly level sites with much shade. They have a truck/RV wash, but it wasn't working yet. The wi-fi was great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For being way up in the wilderness of the Yukon, this campground is a respite for the weary who are going west from Ft. Nelson or east from Whitehorse. The organization of the sites in between the spruce trees is a bit confusing, but the map helps a lot. Most sites have full hookups, and are quite level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Such a welcome relief to arrive at a real campground with wide staggered sites. The campground sites give privacy with trees all around, making this camp feel like you're once again camping and with all the facilities you'd expect in the Yukon. Wi-Fi worked perfectly with an excellent signal at our site. On connecting you get a choice of two wi-fi points so you can choose the best strength. Look behind the garage for this campground. Staff are friendly. Check out the Northern Light show in town. It's a "must see." We would certainly camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is nicely treed and quite pleasant, but the infrastructure is extremely outdated. No cable TV, only CBC over the air, weak 15 amp service and water pressure so low we used our own pump. Weak wifi available only near the office, but the clerk said they would attempt to broadcast it throughout the park this season (good luck with that!) We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has an interesting layout, but seems to work. Low, to very low water pressure, we filled our tank and used our pump. There is one TV station and Wi-Fi in the office, which works well. Only complaint is their help needs some costumer service training. The young lady said maybe 5 words to us, she was more interested in the young man who was there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of two parks in town, 2 miles east of downtown, the first one you'll come to if heading west on the highway. A variety of sites laid out in a helter skelter manner. Plenty of shade, grass between most sites, picnic tables, some fire pits, free WiFi in the store. The water pressure was a bit low but acceptable and there was only 1 TV channel. The other park in town supposedly has better pressure and more channels but is basically a big gravel lot, no campground ambiance. Campground Services sells fuel and provides repair services. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Real nice place, lots of trees, a very nice play area for kids, staff is friendly and helpful. No TV, Wi-Fi wasn't available while I was there but they said they were getting their modem hooked up soon (due to high costs, they cancel their wi-fi service during the winter (understandable, and didn't have it quite yet when I got there). I like this place a lot, but when I discovered the RV needed repair and I was going to have to spend a few more nights in town, I moved to a park with TV for the kid's sake. I recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.