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Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon

by Murray Lundberg


Campgrounds and Rest Areas in the Yukon Territory

    This Historic Site and Rest Area is located at Km 139.6 of the South Klondike Highway. There are outhouses, interpretive panels, and the buildings of the Robinson Roadhouse complex, which date to a 1906 mining rush in the Wheaton Valley.

    See much more information, and photos of the interpretive panels, at our main Robinson Roadhouse page.


Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
The main Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site sign.
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
The large parking is suitable for rigs of any size.
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
The last interpretive panel, just before the White Pass & Yukon Route railway tracks.
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
The roadhouse has been stabilized, but the other buildings have not.
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
Robinson Roadhouse Historic Site Rest Area, Yukon
An aerial view of the Robinson Roadhouse site.