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Kusawa Lake Campground is a provincial government campground 5 miles (8 km) past Takhini River Campground on Kusawa Road off of the Alaska Highway.

Kusawa Lake Campground, Yukon Territory

  • Directions – Kusawa Lake Campground is located 23 km (13.8 miles) off of the Alaska Highway on Kusawa Lake Road. Kusawa Lake Road exits the Alaska Highway at mile 1489 about 70 km (42 miles) north of Whitehorse Yukon.
    • Drive about 65 km north of Whitehorse on the Alaska Highway until you reach signs pointing to Kusawa Lake campground on the left side of the road headed north. Follow Kusawa Lake Road (gravel) past the Takhini River campground to the Kusawa Lake campground.
  • Description – One of the larger Yukon Territorial campgrounds with lots of great campsites and activities for the whole family.
  • Number of sites – 56
  • Dry Sites – 56
  • Number of Pull-Thru Sites – 8
  • Max Length – 70+ feet
  • Number and type of electric hookups - No Hook-Ups
  • Water –Central Water Supply. No Hook-Ups
  • Sewer Hookups – N/A
  • Dump Station – N/A
  • Dates of Operation – Open Year Round
  • Services – Tables, Toilets, Fire Ring, Playground, wheelchair accessable sites
  • Additional Amenities – Boat Launch, Dock, Shelter, Hiking, Biking, Skiing, and Snowshoeing Trails.
  • Payment Methods Accepted – Cash (Self Registration Envelopes $12.00 Per Night)




More information on Kusawa Lake Campground

This is a large, deep lake in southern Yukon fed by the Takhini River and is accessed by a gravel road to the campground located 23 km (13.8 miles) off of the Alaska Highway. Excellent fishing for lake trout, northern pike, arctic grayling, dolly varden and inconnu (sheefish).