The North Klondike Highway, the modern route to the Klondike Gold Fields and
beyond to Alaska, can be a lonely road, passing through some of the most pristine wilderness
left in the world. Deep in the boreal forest, though, historic Moose Creek Lodge offers
travellers an oasis of comfort, as it has for decades.
One of the best-known roadhouses in the North, our lodge is located between
Whitehorse and Dawson City, 368.7 kilometers (229.1 miles) north of the junction with the Alaska
Highway (click here to see a map).
Whether you're travelling independently or as a member of an RV caravan or
motorcoach tour, we would be very happy to have you as our guests. Experience the hospitality
that has made Moose Creek Lodge so popular. Let us pamper you with hearty breakfasts, delicious
lunches and mouth-watering desserts.
In the summer of 2003 we did extensive renovations to
meet modern travellers' expectations, but the legendary decor and the unique flair of
this heritage roadhouse has remained. The changes include:
- The restaurant with it's warm and cozy atmosphere displays many antiques and
artifacts. See more information about the restaurant by clicking here.
- The original Trapper's Cabin is probably the smallest museum in the Yukon.
- Our rustic cabins (one of them is seen in the photo to the right) invite you to spend a
night in the quiet wilderness, just like
the first explorers did. They are operated in a bed-and-breakfast style - for more information, please
- The property is a photographer's paradise, from the burl sculptures to the antique gas
pumps and the little log smokehouse. See our photo album by clicking here.
In our gift shop you'll find unique handicrafts by Canadian artists, that you
won't find anywhere else in the Yukon. Each of them will be a truly wonderful memory to
bring home from your journey through Canada's North!
See more information about the gift shop by clicking here.
See you at Moose Creek Lodge!