• Nine men pose with gear at the Alaska-British Columbia border in the snow

    Klondike Gold Rush

    National Historical Park Alaska

Campgrounds

Vehicles and a camper parked in the forest

Dyea campground is located along the Taiya River with lots of trees.

NPS photo

The Dyea Campground is located 9 miles from Skagway and .5 miles from the the Chilkoot trailhead. The campground is within a short drive or bike ride of the historic townsite of Dyea. (See Dyea Townsite Map)

 
Dyea Ranger Station

The campground is monitored by National Park Service rangers and is open when free of snow. The campground provides 22 sites for vehicle and walk-in camping. Hook-ups are not available for recreational vehicles. Campers are advised to bring drinking water and firewood.
Facilities: Pit toilets, fire rings, picnic tables, and garbage receptacles are provided.
Fees: $10 per site per night. Self-registration at the campground entrance.

 
Campground Map (215kb file)

Did You Know?

Cladonia lichen

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, spanning diverse ecosystems from coastal to subarctic, is home to over 766 species of lichen. Not only is this the most reported in the National Park system, but it includes four species that are new to science.