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4 RV Parks near Teslin, Yukon
Jun 2015 - $10.00
This place was actually 'Closed', but when I inquired, the owner said I could dry camp for $10. I asked about Wifi and he said if I needed to use it for half an hour he would run the generator for me, which he did. Actually a very pleasant campground with grass & trees. Don't know why it's closed but appreciated being able to camp there overnight as I didn't need hookups. - mockturtle
Jun 2012 - $1.00
Continental Divide was CLOSED for the 2012 Season.
Admin Note: Under new management for the 2013 season. - roeco
May 2011 - $25.00
Big rig friendly. Some shade. Nice space between sites. There was a free RV wash (cold water, but it helped get the muck of the Cassiar Hwy off the rig.) Shower & toilet room was in bad shape. There was a restaurant, but there wasn't enough staff to open for dinner. We would stay here again. - JCMDT
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
Aug 2019 - $28.00
Large area out front but congested with trucks, gas pumps and patrons dining at the restaurant. Find a spot to park and register in the restaurant. Dirt/gravel roads and sites. Sites have a bit of a downward slant to them. Patchy grass patio with picnic table. Bay in front of RV Park. Restaurant and big rig friendly gas pumps are part of the complex. 4 cents a litter discount on the gas if staying at the RV park. Didn't eat but the baked goods looked yummy. Staff was very pleasant. 30 amp with 116/116 voltage. Water pressure was good. No sewer. Nice laundry. Restrooms were o.k. Showers and sinks need work. No charge for showers. No cable. Satellite worked. Some highway noise. Verizon (Canada Bell) with three bars. WiFi very good but only available at restaurant/front porch, and gets you just an hour of usage. - VegasVagabonds
Aug 2019 - $55.00
Set nicely on the lake, beautiful views. However, the gas station runs all night, a bit noisy.
Sites were pull through with easy access to services. Very close to your neighbour. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Aug 2019 - $35.00
We've stayed here before. Some pull through, some back-in. We had a pull through 30 amp w/water. Sells propane and gas is 4 cents off w/paid CG. Level sites. Good food in restaurant. Got a little screwy with a caravan checking in, but all turned out well. Truck stop is WELL across the road and not an issue at all for us. Never heard anything. - Nevada Nick
Jun 2017 - $15.00
The office and restaurant are closed and there are no services of any kind. The rates ($20 CAD) are posted on a sign and you put your money in an envelope and drop it in a box at the office. The sites and hookups were all in decent shape and were fairly level. Even though the road was fairly close there were enough trees between the campground and road to provide a good buffer. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jul 2015 - $20.00
The park is located about 6 miles southeast of Teslin on the Alaska Highway. 18 sites are W/E for $20, 7 sites are dry camping (not sure about the price). The adjacent resort is closed and there are no washrooms or services of any kind. No host or office, the rates are posted on a big sign and you just put your money in an envelope and drop it in a box. However, someone takes care of the park because it was well maintained and sites and hookups were all in good shape. Power was stable and water was clean. The sites are in a forested area which provides shade and some privacy. I don't remember any pull through sites. Some trailers up to 30' were parked, so it's not only for small RVs. But it's not big rig friendly either. All sites are about 200 meters off the Highway so traffic noise is noticeable until it dies down around 8 pm. Lake is a short walk down. A good place for an overnight stop, not more. We will stay again when driving up towards Alaska. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2012 - $27.00
My family stayed at Dawson Peaks twice this summer, first in June, then in July. We stayed in site #25 and there is a nice view. Lots of trees. Owners were very friendly. Very nice park and we would return. - Mountainseeker