Campground Reviews is now Available through the RV LIFE App on iPhones, iPads, and Android Devices.
Click Here to learn more.
2 RV Parks near Johnson's Crossing, Yukon
Jul 2018 - $40.00
This place is a dump. High weeds everywhere. Although we paid for sewer, no sewer. No water at the dump station. The electric at our site did not work. The site next to ours unplugged and went on generator so we could have electricity. No wifi even though they advertise having wifi. Advice: Do not stay here. - bbatac
Jun 2018 - $43.00
Sites were side by side, almost too close to use slide outs. No table. Beat up willow bushes between sites. They sent us to a site that someone was already in and paid for two nights. Ended up having to back trailer up on a curvy road to get back out so we could enter a different site. Had sewer hook up but had to stack rocks on top of hose to get it to stay in the hole. Nice walk down to the boat ramp. Watch your dogs. Owner allows hers to run loose and it is a barker. She will not call it back unless yours shows it is not happy with her little yapper. She will tell you to calm down right up until your dog lunges at hers! Not a good place to even overnight unless you're stuck. - HGJ
May 2018 - $21.00
Not much of a park, just a place for overnight. Limited sites for big rigs, the first one they put us in had a reverse polarity problem. Ended up parking across from pumps and toad was in roadway a bit. Didn't hook up to water or sewer. Dusty when dry as no gravel around. Turns on road were tight, had to trim bushes to make a turn. Restaurant/Bakery is really good ate dinner and grab rolls for breakfast. - sheltieRV
May 2016 - $12.00
This was a generously spaced provincial park campground, $12/night. There were parallel pull thrus on level gravel, pit toilets and picnic tables with fire pits. The fire pits in the provincial parks are enclosed metal drums that limit the heat output. The lake is down a short hill and there's a boat launch. Some bugs since near the lake. - AGalinAZ
Jun 2015 - $12.00
Nice wooded gravel sites with no hookups. Our back-in site near the lake was not level but with a few boards I was able to level our motorhome. It was worth it because to view was great. There are several pull-through sites and they seemed more level but not much privacy. The park was easy to get to and easy to get around in. We would stay here again. - dandg
May 2015 - $12.00
Large shaded sites not far from the lake. Sites are spaced in such a way that you have to look hard to see your neighbors (except for the pull throughs). Signs say water must be boiled for at least 2 minutes before drinking, etc. It also must be hand-pumped. Firewood is free at the Yukon Government campgrounds. - Bobbi1948