This information is current as of 2017 and is subject to change.
Book early!!! Whitehorse's busy tourist season is very much concentrated in July and August. Airline, car rental, hotel, and campground reservations should all be made well in advance, if possible.
Many accommodation options are available (camping, hotel, motel, cabin, hostel, bed and breakfast, RV rental). Information on accommodation in the Yukon is available at www.travelyukon.com (aussi en Français; und auf Deutsch; and in Japanese) and www.yukoninfo.com.
There is no pre-arranged accommodation for the NAOC 2018.
For previous events we've had numerous requests for information on camping, so we've summarized here some of the camping available in and around Whitehorse.
Robert Service Campground
The best for tenting, this campground is located beside the Yukon River and is within walking distance of downtown.
"Nestled in the trees, on the banks of the Yukon River. A two-minute drive or 15-minute walk to downtown. Hot showers, ice cream, lattes and baked goods. Vehicle and baggage storage. An oasis in the city. ‘Where locals and globals gather.’"
Hot Springs Campground and Hostel
This has good tenting. A 25 minute drive north of town, it's located at the Takhini Hot Springs. Benefit: warm springs for nice soaking. The Hot Springs Campground and Hostel is located just down the road from the Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
"Come and stay in our wilderness campground a 25-minute drive from downtown Whitehorse. Relax in our forested sites after a soak at the near by Takhini Hot Springs. New campground building open year-round.
Hi-Country RV Park
This is more for RV's, but they do have tent spots too. At the corner of Alaska Highway and Robert Service Way. About a 30-minute walk to downtown.