Hi Country RV Park, Whitehorse, Yukon

Whitehorse, the capital city of the Yukon, is a bustling small town. This RV park is one of several in the area, and is a popular one at that. Reservations are suggested. This scenic, wooded campground has gravel roads and site pads. Hookups are available at all 100+ sites. Sites are level, have picnic tables and fire pits, and trees. Sites are fairly close together, typical of an RV park. Laundry, an RV wash (small fee), computer room, playground and a lovely gift shop featuring Yukon/Alaskan gifts, RV supplies, and beer are all on site.  A small hiking trail leads from camp through the woods. There is a very cute coffee shop that we never made it over to during operating hours, but features lattes and traditional drip coffee. The campground is rustic, quiet, and convenient to both the Alaskan Highway and the
downtown area of Whitehorse. We found ourselves here on Canada Day (July 1st) and enjoyed the festivities of downtown Whitehorse including a hometown parade and a festival in the park. I definitely recommend a couple of nights stay here so that you can stock up in Whitehorse at the Walmart, or our favorite find, Save On Foods, which is a lovely, gourmet market. RV repairs are also available in Whitehorse. Downtown Whitehorse is definitely charming, and just a short drive away from the RV park. There you will find shops, the S.S. Klondike (a Canadian NHS), restaurants (we recommend Klondike Rib & Salmon....we ate there TWICE! See my Good Eats page for eating suggestions!), and even the Yukon Brewing company which has tastings and tours. The only negatives about Hi Country RV Park for us was the not so free "free" wi-fi and the lack of a shuttle into town. Without a tow, we relied upon the sole taxi driver in town.

Best Sites: 16, 22, 48, 69, 70, 89, 90
Poor Sites: 4, 24, 26, 62-65, 122-126
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes
*RV Wash available