Down Town RV | Established Campground



8 months ago
691.9 masl
Maria Rodwell


Yes - At Sites
Yes - Slow
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Tent Friendly:
Pet Friendly:
Sanitation Dump Station:

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Gravel lot. Very cramped space. Could hear next-door trailer's heater very clearly. Full hookups. Cost $47 per night which is steep but it is the Yukon. Close to the signpost forest. Toilets and showers nice and clean. Also has laundry facilities. Internet 2x1h code free, you can buy more.


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Also possible with a motorcycle and tent, costs 48 CAD. Showers and toilets very clean and included. Large supermarket 2min walk distance, sign post forest 10min walk distance. Internet 2x1h code free, who wants more can buy. No fire bowl, no table, but we didn't have an alternative because we wanted to shower and toilets. Washer and dryer, 2.50 each.

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The guy working here is awful. I was going to inquire about camping but sign says closed and the lot is bare and ugly. I saw the guy working and began to inquire about things. Deciding not to camp, I asked if they had showers if I were just passing through, he said $15. I asked USD? His response “or you can give me $20 Canadian”.
Def do not recommend this place.

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10/15/21 2 large gravel parking lots with 80 spaces close together. No picnic tables, no fire pits. Large irritating lights. $38 per night with electricity, water and sewer. Place to spend the night before moving on.

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So this place is actually just two level gravel parking lots across the street from small lake (kind of disappointed that it's not Watson Lake but that's ok 🤭). Not a whole lot of ambiance and only about 10 of us here tonight. Check in was easy, with the indeed-grumpy-but-in-an-endearing-way manager/owner? arriving within 5 minutes of calling. Hot unlimited 🚿. 🐕friendly. $36usd/night for standard ⚡ and access to drinkable water. He mentioned he's closing up shop at the end of the month for the season. No wifi but strong cell signal on Google fi.

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We stayed one night here. There was only 5 other trailers in the campground so we took ones we liked . they had full hook ups and a shower house with laundry room.. Just a short walk to the sign forest the visitor center and the little swampy lake. A good spot if the sites are empty but if it was full you would have a hard time as they cramed I as may sites as possible.

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Stayed for $39 American with electrical water only no sewer. He had us dump at other sites for free. Laundry and showers really clean. Good water pressure and temperature. Charges same price for tent camping which is wrong .Owner is a grumpy Scottish man but if you joke a little bit he relaxes. He might recommend his restaurant across the street . Don’t bother. Food was ok but staff unpleasant no directions to get your own menu and have and give your order at counter. And child help was licking his fingers and handling food!
Stay only if you need to fill up on on water and electrical otherwise there are good spots behind sign forest park.

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The cost is now $ 49.00 a night, with triple A card the cost is $ 46..00 a night.
The showers was hot and clean.
The wifi is useless, none of us got it working (don't waste you money buying more than the useless free internet you get,).
You can get free internet at the visiting center.
Sites are small, but an ok place to stop for a night to clean up.

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Gravel lot. Very cramped space could hear next trailers heater very clearly. Has full hookups. Cost $47 per night which is steep but it is the Yukon. Close to the sign post forest. Toilets and showers nice and clean. Also has laundry facilities. Wifi Limited.

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