This campsite sits 15 minutes outside of beaver creek and is the most western campsite in the Yukon. It is its most highly rated campsite, catering to campers in RVs and tents. The camp experiences its peak in popularity between May and September, with travellers stopping on their way in and out of Alaska.
The campground is a great place to stay to immerse yourself in the nature of the Yukon. Visitors are lucky to get frequent spotting of wildlife, such as waterfowl and northern hawk owls. The campground area is filled with circular lakes welcoming you to a wake-up dip. The spruce that sprout up in this area of the forests lean at strange angles due to the effects of growing in permafrost. When staying at the Snag Junction Campground, you become part of nature.