Watson Lake Territorial Park Campground | Established Campground

Canada

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
697.4 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Nice campground, about 50 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings, $18-20 per site, fire wood for free, boat launch

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Another great Yukon campground! $18 online or $20 on-site, plenty of firewood as usual. Didn’t notice any noise from the airport until the morning which even then wasn’t bad, was pretty full when we arrived around 5pm but still a selection of sites. Found a walkway down to the lake but wasn’t much of a beach from what we could see, still a beautiful spot

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This place would be lovely. We were under siege with the mosquitos. We survived with bug zappers but did not hang outside. Thick forest surrounds the camp ground. Summer time is a no go for this fam.

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New rate for 2022: $20

Everything else has been already said

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Great! Large sites, mostly level. The fee is $18 if you buy your permit from a vendor our pay on line, otherwise the fee is $20 cash.

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it is now 20$ instead of 12$ firewood included. seem all Yukon parks are 20$

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Nice campground, if in a big rig need to stay in the 36-55 site loop. The other is for smaller camping setups. 20$ per nite.

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Wooded campsite close to lake but no lake access it seems (on another visit found a road to the lake), long drop toilets, CAD 20.00 with free firewood (not dry enough - used the last of ours to stimulate fire).

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Every Yukon campground has been amazing so far, this one is no exception! 12$ well spent!

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Another beautiful Yukon Territorial Campground. There are two loops with sites and the furthest loop will give you access to the lake. There is a dock and a boat launch. The pull-through sites are huge. Lots of room.

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lots of spots and almost empty on the August long weekend.
none of the sites are in the water or even have a water view. very private sites .. although most fire pits are down a slope from the main pads... not the best if you are in an RV and need to be under the awning in the rain

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Nice and quite. Around 50% full. First come first serve bases. Better than all the camp grounds in the city

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Very nice place. Can't imagine why anyone would stay in a parking lot RV park in town...

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Nice campground for 12$, picnic table and fire pit, firewood for free and restrooms.
Lot of spot available. Need to self register. No great view, just in the middle of the forest.

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Nice camp area for night. Fairly full (75%). 3 bars 3G.

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75% full on 6/17. Heavy mosquitos, few sites have lake access

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Campground at the lake. $12 per night. free firewood, pit toilets, picnic tables. lots of mosquitos.

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$12 for site. Water but must be boiled. Firewood and vaulted toilets.

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nice campground, about 50 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings, 12 $ per site, fire wood for free, boat launch

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