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A Guide to Moose Creek Campground, Yukon

by Murray Lundberg


Campgrounds in the Yukon Territory

    The Moose Creek Campground, operated by Yukon Parks, is located at Km 559 of the North Klondike Highway. It has 36 campsites, 4 of them pull-throughs. It also has a kitchen shelter, and a network of interpretive walking trails. The nightly fee at Moose Creek Campground, as at all Yukon Parks campgrounds, is $12, and includes firewood.

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


Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
The entrance to Moose Creek Campground from the North Klondike Highway.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
A map of Moose Creek Campground.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
The registration/pay station and the start of the main campsite loop road.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
A closer look at the registration/pay station.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
Looking down the loop road from pull-through campsite #21.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
Some of the campsites are L-shaped for added privacy, though all site are spacious and wel-spaced.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
The children's playground.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
A map of the Moose Creek Campground trail network.
Moose Creek Campground, Yukon
There is a lot of variety in the trails, which total several kilometers.