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Discovery Yukon Lodgings FAQs

What time is check in? 

 Check in is 3pm. We try to accommodate earlier check-ins in request.

What time is check out? 

Check out time is 11 am. Please contact a staff member if you wish to arrange a later check out time. 

Can I expect 50 amp service, sewer, water, cable TV & wifi at my site?

In short no, you are no longer at home! Our property is off grid, which means we have to create our own power, use a well for our water, and have our septic tanks pumped out annually. We offer a choice of 20 0r 30 amp sites, all having power, water and sewer hook up at each site. We are unlike most parks In that we don’t have a dump station.

In travelling here you may have already noticed that satellite radio doesn’t function along certain parts of the highway, so no cable TV is offered. We have a couple of sites that offer reception if you have your own dish, please enquire about this when you book. We provide satellite internet in the main lodge only. This service struggles – have a look at the direction in which the satellite dish’s antenna is pointing – virtually at the ground because we are on the edge of the satellites foot print. No other provider covers this area, we have the best we can get. The service is extremely slow but usually suffices for basic emailing. The Beaver Creek Visitors Centre offers faster free wifi,, as the Federal Government have installed it!

Is there a restaurant?

For our cabin guests and anyone else that does can’t travel with their own cooking supplies we offer a selection of home prepared meals in our bistro. We grow vegetable and salad crops in our own garden which to be freshly picked every afternoon for our dinner guests. For RV guests we can offer a selection of home made ready cooked meals, all you need to do is defrost and heat them through. Once the season is in full progress we usually have enough salad leaves to share and can provide you with our house made salad dressing. We have tender rib eye steaks available for you to barbeque also. The front desk staff will be happy to show you the menu.

Are there any walking trails from the property? 

There are some short walks marked on the local area map. Please ask a staff member for details.

Is the property pet friendly? 

Well behaved leashed pets are welcome. 

Where can I walk my pet? 

We have a 3,000 ft. air strip that is ideal for walking your pet. Please pick up after your pet. 

Can I repair my vehicle or RV while parked here? 

 No vehicle repair is allowed on site. Please contact a staff member if you require mechanical assistance. 

Can I wash my vehicle & RV? 

Washing around your entry ways using a bucket is permitted. No washing or spraying with hoses for RV’s, trailers, tow vehicles, boats etc. is allowed. 

Is there any fishing nearby? 

Check with a staff member as they will be able to suggest some areas in which you may try your luck fishing. We sell fishing licenses and fishing guide books. We have a small supply of rods, reels and hooks for sale in the gift shop. 

How far is it to the US Border? 

It is 84Kms/ 52 miles to Port Alcan 

How do you pronounce Kluane? 

Kloo-way-nee 

What types of accommodations does Discovery Yukon Lodgings offer? 

Cabins, Queen Suites, Yukon Wall Tents, Tent Camping Site, RV Sites with full hook ups 

How do I make reservations? 

To book a stay with Discovery Yukon Lodgings, please fill out and return the form found at the link below.  Our available accommodation includes cabins, queen suites, Yukon wall tents, full service RV and grassy tent sites.

Click to complete our Booking Form

Reservations can be made by phoning (867) 862 7408, or by emailing Amanda@discoveryyukon.com

What amenities does Discovery Yukon Lodgings offer on property? 

  • Wi-Fi
  • Payphone
  • Clean bathrooms (rated 9.5/10 by Good Sam Inspectors)
  • Private Metered Showers
  • Laundry
  • Gift Store
  • DVD Rentals
  • Books
  • Indoor and Outdoor Games

 What activities do you offer on property? 

  • Northern Botanical Gardens
  • Military Vehicle Collection
  • Communal Fire pit

What are the best times of year for wildlife viewing? 

May, June and July are the best times, but it is usual to see animals every day, every month if you know where to look! 

What types of wildlife can I expect to see? 

Coyote, wolf, moose, bear, porcupine, lynx, trumpeter swan, bald and gold eagle 

What towns / cities are closest to Discovery Yukon Lodgings?

Beaver Creek - 53 km/33 miles 

Destruction Bay - 138 km/86 miles

Tok Alaska - 232 km/145 miles

Haines Junction - 245 km/153 miles