John Connolly Municipal Campground and RV Park
Within the Town of Faro, the John Connolly Municipal Campground offers a unique tourist facility. The Municipal Campground is situated near the centre of the town and provides washrooms, showers and laundry facilities.
The camp sites have full hook-ups, fire pits and free fire wood. An RV dump station is also available.
Fees (As of April 18, 2018, subject to change)
- $22.00 per unit per night ($12.00 for tents)
For more information about the John Connolly Municipal Campground and about travelling the Campbell Region and the North and South Canol Road:
Campbell Region Interpretive Centre
Phone: 867-994-2288 (seasonal)
Email: email@example.com (seasonal)
Open: May till September
For information off season, please contact:
Faro Town Office
Yukon Government Campgrounds
The Campbell Region offers excellent opportunities for people who love camping. Along the Campbell Highway and South Canol Road you will find several Yukon Government Campgrounds at scenic locations near lakes, canyons and rivers. The spacious individual campsites are well-suited for even larger motor homes and fifth wheels. The campsites offer picnic tables, campfire pits, firewood and at least one picnic shelter. The sites also come equipped with outhouses and hand-pumped cold water.
Campground permits can be purchased in advance at Visitor Reception Centres, Highway Lodges, Gas Stations, Retail Stores, in Liquor Stores in communities outside Whitehorse and at all Environment Yukon Offices. You can also pay the overnight fee at registration. Yukon residents have the option to purchase a Annual Campground Permit. All campgrounds are Self-Registration. Please register upon arrival.
- $12 per unit per night
- $50 Annual Permit (Yukon Residents only)
- Annual Permit for Yukon Residents 65 of age and older is free of charge
For more information about Yukon Campgrounds:
Department of Environment
Phone: (867) 667-5648
Toll free (in Yukon): (1-800) 661-0408, local 5648
Fax: (867) 393-6223
Yukon Government Department of Environment Read about Camping in the Yukon.