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A Guide to Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon



Campgrounds in the Yukon Territory

    The Quiet Lake Campground (South), operated by Yukon Parks, is located at Km 76 of the gravel Canol Road. It has 12 campsites, 1 of them pull-throughs. The campground has a boat launch and a kitchen shelter. The nightly fee at Quiet Lake Campground (South), as at all Yukon Parks campgrounds, is $12, and includes firewood.

    Quiet Lake Campground (South) is open and fully serviced from May 18 until September 9 (in 2018). It is not gated in the off-season, though, and can be used. Snow is not plowed, and all campers must register (no fee), bring their own toilet paper and firewood, and pack out their garbage. The Canol Road to access the campground is not maintained in the winter.


Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
Approaching Quiet Lake Campground (South) on the Canol Road.

Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
The campground entrance sign.

Map of Big Creek Campground, Yukon
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Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
Campsite #8.

Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
The only pull-through campsite.

Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
The start of the campground loop road.

Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
Some of the campsites have quite a slope.
Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
Garbage and firewood.

Quiet Lake Campground (South), Yukon
The campground used to be larger, but access to what used to be sites #11-17 has been blocked.