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A Guide to Pine Lake Campground, Yukon



Campgrounds in the Yukon Territory

    The Pine Lake Campground, operated by Yukon Parks, is located at Km 1572 of the Alaska Highway, near Haines Junction. It has 42 campsites, 6 of them pull-throughs. It also has a boat launch, a kitchen shelter, a playground for children, and an interpretive trail. This is one of the very few Yukon campgrounds that has cell phone service. The nightly fee at Pine Lake Campground, as at all Yukon Parks campgrounds, is $12, and includes firewood.

    Pine Lake Campground is on an extended schedule, open and fully serviced from May 12 until October 2 (in 2017), and is gated in the off-season.

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An aerial view of the Pine Lake Campground area. Click on it to open an interactive map in a new window.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
The campground entrance sign.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
Map of Pine Lake Campground.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
In the camping area.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
The heart of the activity area on the shore of Pine Lake.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
The children's playground is behind these outhouses.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
The small sandy beach.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
The conversation pit at the edge of the sandy beach.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
Pine Lake and the concrete boat launch.
Pine Lake Campground, Yukon
The start of the interpretive trail, which runs through the forest along the lake, to Pine Creek.