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A Guide to Conrad Campground, Yukon

by Murray Lundberg


Campgrounds in the Yukon Territory

    The Conrad Campground, operated by Yukon Parks, is located at Km 90 of the South Klondike Highway. It has 29 campsites, 2 of them pull-throughs. It also has a kitchen shelter. The campground is located adjacent to the undeveloped Conrad Historic Site, where the town of Conrad served silver mines during a boom that peaked in 1905-1906. The nightly fee at Conrad Campground, as at all Yukon Parks campgrounds, is $12, and includes firewood.

    Conrad Campground is open and fully serviced from May 19 until September 11 (in 2017), and is gated in the off-season.


Map of Conrad Campground, Yukon
Approaching Conrad Campground from the south.
Map of Conrad Campground, Yukon
Map of Conrad Campground at the registration area.
Conrad Campground, Yukon
The registration/pay station, and information board.
Conrad Campground, Yukon
The ring road for campsite access, during the final stages of construction, September 2015.
Conrad Campground, Yukon
One of the campsites.
Conrad Campground, Yukon
The kitchen shelter being built, in April 2016.
Conrad Campground, Yukon
Fall on the beach of Windy Arm at Conrad.
Conrad Campground, Yukon
One of the 2 buildings remaining in the Conrad townsite.