Baby nugget RV Park

at Nugget City

You have arrived at one of the Yukon’s newest and most modern RV Parks. Located at historic Mile 650 Alaska Highway, currently Mile 627 or Km 1003. We are 4.5 hours east of Whitehorse, half a mile west of #37 Hwy and 20 minutes west of Watson Lake. Click on Maps & Links on the menu bar for directions.

A great destination for a one stop shop, our RV park has a laundromat, RV wash, available WIFI connection, a non Denominational Church, as well as an on-site gift shop (one of the largest Canadian-made inventories on the highway) and lots of access to Yukon adventure – fishing, hiking, biking, gold panning and relaxing. Roger’s repair service near the RV PARK offers tire repairs.

Our on-site restaurant, licensed for enjoying a nice cold beer or glass of wine in our restaurant or on the beautiful deck. Group bookings are welcome (of up to 100). Please contact Nugget City here to book! The Wolf It Down Restaurant specializes in Buffalo steaks and burgers. Enjoy espresso, fresh fruit pies and home baked bread right from the oven complete with liquor sales to go.


95% of our sites have large pull-throughs which allow any size vehicle with tow car. These sites are mostly 30 amp, but we do have a limited amount of 50 amp sites. Each unit has water and electricity. There is a sani-dump on-site. We also offer a limited amount of back-in sites with 15 amp and 30 amp electric service and water. If you would like to reserve a 50 amp site , there are absolutely no cancellations you will be charged at the time of booking.


We have a very nice sparkling clean laundromat with beautiful new state-of-the-art washers and dryers and lots of them.

You will enjoy our sparkling clean washrooms and shower facilities complete with private change rooms.

RV Wash to give those much needed vehicles a good wash and polish.

All Baby Nugget Facilities are for customer use only. We do not allow non-registered guests to use our laundromat or showers.

Pets welcome, on leash only.

Caravans and group bookings welcome.

Groups may reserve, our meeting building, “The Best Little Ore House”. Advance notice is required and note there are no cooking facilities in the building.


Take full advantage of our 85 acres of hiking trails, bird watching, and animal viewing. Enjoy our beautiful lakes right out behind our park. Bring your binoculars for those special sightings of wildlife which include- Bear, Moose and Caribou! Make sure you pack your fishing rod and enjoy great fishing at our near by lake. Walk in only. Grab those wildlife, flower and bird watching books and see how many you can identify!

have some yukon fun

Come experience what Nugget City has to offer 

No matter what you are looking for, we have it all. From gifts & souvenirs in the gift shop, food & drink from the restaurant, from accommodations like cabins, tenting, rv park & sleeping rooms to 24/7 fuel.

We invite you to wander through our website, look at all the unique items in our gift store, tour our cabins, restaurant and rv park. Want to know Nugget City’s History? Looking for a true Yukon Story?

Come meet the owners Scott & Linda Goodwin and ask them all about their Yukon adventure. Want to hear a gold mining story? Just ask!


24/7 Fuel station

One of the few 24/7 fuel stations along the Alaska Highway.


With so many choices you’ll find exctly what you are needing,

Food & Drink

Get some R&R at the restaurant and chow down on some good eats.

Souviners & Gifts

Enjoy a variety of souviners and gifts, some loaclly hand-made.

You’re in the Yukon

North of Canada’s 60th Parallel

Where the sun never sets during the summer, and the sky dances at night, you can see where nature has been very generous to the Yukon. She even provided us with her own nightly fireworks show. The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights as they’re commonly called, are a visual panorama of colours shooting across the night sky in the fall and winter. Yukon rivers crash and tumble through valleys carved by ice. Here you’ll find beautiful mountains, deep boreal forests, blazing hillsides of fireweed, untouched lakes, and fabulous fishing.