Yukon RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Yukon

A trip to the Yukon Territory is one you will never forget. This gorgeous area offers unlimited recreation, with clear bodies of water, crisp, clean air and so many activities to enjoy, you won't know what to do first.


10 must-see stops while travelling the Alaska Highway

While the Alaska Highway is a joy to travel start to finish, there are several stops that make the journey extra special.

Dawson City

Discover gold in Dawson City, Yukon

Not all that glitters is gold, unless it’s in Dawson City. Here are the best things to do and experience in this small Klondike town.

Truck camper parked beside sign.

Going north? Here’s what you need to know before taking an RV adventure to the Great White North

A Swiss couple is planning an adventure to the Great White North by renting an RV

by Virginia Rasch
The Kluane Museum of Natural History is situated in Burwash Landing, Yukon

Kluane Lake’s communities

Destruction Bay and Burwash Landing support government services and tourism in the sparsely populated Yukon.

A woman dressed in a long red skirt and white blouse and hat stands in front of the MacBride Museum of Yukon History, ready to welcome visitors.

Top four historical towns to schedule into your Yukon Territory road trip

This looped road trip will take you through four historical towns of the Yukon Territory. 

An antique car is shown at the Fort Nelson Historical Museum
Dawson Creek

Top 10 reasons to drive the Alaska Highway this summer during its 75th anniversary

10 exciting things to see and do when embarking on your summer adventure on the Alaska Highway

A severed toe sits in a shot glass
Dawson City

Do you dare detour to Dawson?

Dawson City, Yukon, is a ways off the Alaska Highway but worth the trip

Barb and Dave Rees at the Victoriaville mall at the Thunder Bay Country Market
RV News

Eating local across Canada

Eat your way across Canada from farmers market to farmers market

by Barb Rees
Fall colours beginning to show along the Alaska Hwy between Kluane Lake and Whitehorse, YT on the return trip to the lower 48.

A North American tour

Riley and Karen Caton are on a journey of a lifetime, travelling to all the American states and Canadian provinces.

by Karen Kornelsen
2014 Alaska Caravan map
Dawson Creek

2014 Alaska Caravan

The great thing about a caravan is having guides who know the area and can showcase the best there is to see in each community: entertainment, attractions, campgrounds and restaurants.

by Duane Pilson
An old Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator has been converted into the Dawson Creek Art Gallery.
Dawson City

Dawson Creek’s thriving arts scene leads to the unexpected

Art is in the eye of the beholder; just ask any visitor to Dawson Creek. The renowned Dawson Creek Art Gallery offers up some amazing Canadian art of the traditional variety, but a few steps outside the box turn up some more unusual artistic fare.

Little boy holding a jaw bone that he helped dig.

Adventures abound in Whitehorse

Nature lovers and history buffs can explore the region by bike, foot, or aboard a stationary steamship in beautiful Whitehorse, Yukon.

stained glass houses hanging from tree branches

Yukon’s beauty inspires the artists of Whitehorse

Galleries and festivals are overflowing with the abundance of art in this northern city.

An RV driving windy highway.
RV News

Living the northern dream

Sue and Steve Thomas have been RVing in Yukon and Alaska for the past 20 years. So enamoured of the north were these two that they decided to make it their permanent home. 


Everything under the sun

The heart of Whitehorse extends far beyond the city limits, and can appeal to the taste of any RVer.

Dawson Creek

Snowbirds go north

Last summer, longtime snowbirds Cal Wilson and Lynn Dent-Wilson travelled through northern B.C. to Yukon and Alaska to visit old stomping grounds and soak up some history.

by Lisa Crane

RV-friendly businesses near Yukon