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A Guide to Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon

by Murray Lundberg


Campgrounds & Rest Areas in the Yukon Territory

    The Wolf Creek Campground, operated by Yukon Parks, is located at Km 1408.1 of the Alaska Highway, 15 km south of downtown Whitehorse. It has 46 campsites, 12 of them pull-throughs. It also has a large day-use area, a kitchen shelter, a children's playground, a hiking trail, and a salmon enhancement project. The nightly fee at Wolf Creek Campground, as at all Yukon Parks campgrounds, is $12, and includes firewood.

    Wolf Creek 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.


Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
An aerial view of the Wolf Creek Campground area. Click on it to open an interactive map in a new window.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
Approaching Wolf Creek Campground from the south. The green Km 1408 post can be seen on the right.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
The Wolf Creek Campground entrance.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
The registration booth is used during the busiest part of the season.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
A large day-use picnic site.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
More of the day-use area.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
The registration/pay station.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
The kitchen shelter, lockers, and garbage/recycling bins.
Wolf Creek Campground, Yukon
The campground road crosses over Wolf Creek.
Wolf Creek Salmon Passage-way, Yukon
The Wolf Creek Salmon Passage-way sign.
Wolf Creek Salmon Passage-way, Yukon
The viewing deck at the salmon passage-way.
Wolf Creek Salmon Passage-way, Yukon
One of the 3 interpretive panels at the salmon passage-way.