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Larger than Life is how the Yukon tourism department describes camping in Yukon. And RV parks in Yukon will get you up close to the expanse of all there is to see and do. But camping in Yukon can also be a very personal experience such as watching the Aurora Borealis. This celestial light show of streamers of green, magenta, and blue illuminates Yukon nights from August to April.
Although RV camping in Yukon is a year-round activity, most people are more familiar with Yukon's winter wonderland. Discover the beauty while carving turns over White Pass or skiing some of the best cross-country ski trails in Canada. Time your visit
Although RV camping in Yukon is a year-round activity, most people are more familiar with Yukon's winter wonderland. Discover the beauty while carving turns over White Pass or skiing some of the best cross-country ski trails in Canada. Time your visit to the famous Yukon Quest sled dog race—a 1,000 mile race between Fairbanks, Alaska and Whitehorse—held in February. Find a dog sledding tour operator and learn a new skill. Combine the thrill of snowy adventures with incredible scenery and a team of new furry friends. With new high-tech aluminum snowshoes, take advantage of the more than 46 miles of well-groomed snowshoeing trails at Mount McIntyre. All Yukon communities have extensive networks of groomed and snowmobile-packed trails—a perfect accompaniment to camping in Yukon.
In warmer seasons, RV parks in Yukon offer endless adventure. Don't forget to pack your fishing equipment while RV camping in Yukon. You'll find dozens of beautiful Yukon lakes and rivers in which to fish, most of them accessible by local roads. Fish for Northern pike, Arctic grayling, salmon, and rainbows—all while RV camping in Yukon. There are other things that can be done on Yukon's fabulous rivers. A rafting journey down the Firth River is a scenic passage to the arctic tundra plains. Popular day trips include rafting the Upper Tatshenshini and the Tutshi rivers. Kayak the Southern Lakes, the network of deep lakes etched into the Coast Mountains or on Kusawa, Teslin, and Frances lakes.
Unstrap your bicycle while camping in Yukon and enjoy challenging mountain rides or find casual, family-friendly rides in and around Whitehorse. Popular routes include Schwatka Lake and the Millenium trail, which winds its way around the Yukon River. Or join teams of riders on a road bike relay from Haines Junction to Haines, Alaska.
In the warmer months, golf carts replace snowmobiles. Golfing takes on new dimension when you tee off under the Yukon's midnight sun. Choose from rated courses or rustic courses on the edge of the wilderness. Who needs sleep while RV camping in Yukon when you can enjoy golfing at night?
RV parks in Yukon can be found near the region's cities. Sightsee Whitehorse, Dawson City, Carcross. Learn about history, Yukon cultures, nature and wildlife, or geology and natural phenomena. Step aboard a sightseeing bus or join a heritage walk with guides in period costume. Many other Yukon towns offer guided and self-guided historic walking tours.
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