Campbell Region Interpretive Centre

Here to make your visit the best
 
Campbell Region Interpretive Centre and Campground Now Open

Camping is different during COVID-19

 You need to be more self-contained

  • Pack everything you need before hitting the road to limit stops in the communities.
  • Only buy supplies in the community if stores are welcoming business.
  • Bring extra water, soap, hand sanitizer and toilet paper.
  • Only camp with members of your "combined household bubble,” maximum 1 bubble per site.
  • Clean your picnic table before and after use.
  • Follow all park and campground rules and the 6 steps to staying safe.

 

1.     Physical distancing – keep 2 metres (6 feet) away from everyone who's not a member of your household.

2.     Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

3.     Stay home if you're feeling sick.

4.     Don't gather in groups of more than 10 people and remember to keep 2 metres (6 feet) apart.

5.     Limit travel to rural communities.

6.     Self-isolate if you've just returned to the territory, or if you've been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19.

 

Important

All orders and recommendations issued by Yukon’s Chief Medical Officer of Health apply in territorial parks and campgrounds.

No one can self-isolate in a territorial park or campground.

Non-residents who are required by law to travel through Yukon within 24 hours cannot stay or stop in government-run campgrounds.

 

What's open on June 4?

  • Outhouses and garbage bins are open.
  • Picnic shelters and beaches are open.
  • Firewood will be provided, when possible.
  • Special events and in-person interpretive programs are cancelled this year.

 

Residents of the BC–Yukon border area

An individual who enters Yukon from Atlin, Lower Post, Fraser, Jade City, Fireside or Pleasant Camp is not required to self-isolate if:

  • they are a resident of Yukon or one of the above listed BC communities; and
  • they haven’t travelled outside Yukon or those communities in the past 14 days.

 

Residents of the above listed BC communities are welcome in Yukon territorial parks and campgrounds if they are not required to self-isolate.

The Campbell Region Interpretive Centre is open to visitors daily in the summer season. Inside this beautiful log building you will find a permanent exhibition about the history, geology and wildlife of the Faro Region. The friendly staff will go out of their way to serve you.



The Campbell Region Interpretive Centre is conveniently located near the centre of town, adjacent to the John Connolly Municipal Campground and RV park. Some of the trails to be found in and around Faro start here.

 

The Interpretive Centre offers wireless internet access to visitors for a small fee.

We are open from mid-May to September 30th, seven days a week including holidays. Hours of operation are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

For more information:

Phone: (867) 994-2288 (seasonal), (867) 994-2728 (year-round)
Mailing address: P.O. Box 580, Faro, Yukon, Y0B 1K0
Street address: Campbell Street