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 SOUTHEAST ALASKA
  Photo: Skagway CVB | Andrew Cremata
➨ ROAD TRIP
  and ferry
Marine Highway Ferry System to Skagway and the beginning of Klondike Trail of ‘98.
Travel along the South Klondike Highway to Carcross, a historic, picturesque village situated on the shores of Bennett Lake. Park your rig at the local RV Park and enjoy a scenic rail excursion from Carcross to Bennett, British Columbia.
Whitehorse, the Yukon capital, offers all amenities and is a great stopping point for attractions and museums. Pick up our Whitehorse City Guide for complete listings
of attractions & services including walking trails and detailed maps.
GOLDEN CIRCLE ROUTE
The route covers a wide range of eco-systems—from boreal forest to coastal rainforest to immense icefields.
Haines Junction is situated at the junction of the Haines Road and Alaska Highway.
Kluane National Park and Reserve
has some of the healthiest populations of grizzly bears and
Dall sheep in the world. The park contains over 2,000 glaciers and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From Haines Junction, join up with the scenic Haines Highway to Haines, Alaska, an old U.S. Military outpost. Then onto the Alaska
Photo courtesy of Skagway CVB | Andrew Cremata
  Photo: Skagway CVB | Andrew Cremata
Skagway - A place of history, beauty and adventure
Skagway is Alaska’s first incorporated city and the Gateway to the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Nestled at the northernmost reaches of the Inside Passage,
the streets are lined with wooden boardwalks and restored buildings, looking much as they did
100 years ago.
Skagway has five churches,
one library and one financial institution. There are over 200 hotel/ motel rooms in nine facilities ranging from modern to historical, including four bed & breakfasts. There is parking for 175 recreational vehicles.
For recreation, there are two parks, one recreation
Historic Skagway saw tens of thousands
of fortune-seeking prospectors during the great Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Here, the stampeders piled off steamships, eager to head overland to the Yukon goldfields on the White Pass Trail from Skagway or Chilkoot Trail from nearby Dyea.
Skagway’s history and spectacular natural setting create unparalleled sightseeing
and recreation opportunities.
center, a playground, bowling, museums, fishing, hiking, boating, camping facilities,
ice skating, skiing and snowmobiling. A portion of the Skagway downtown area has been designated as
  SKAGWAY RV PARKS
CHOOSE FROM TWO LOCATIONS:
  GARDEN CITY RV PARK
Electric Hook-Up • Water Hook-Ups • Full Hook-Ups Pull Throughs • Clean Restrooms • Laundry • Showers Dump Station • Caravans & Big Rigs Welcome
TOLL FREE: 1-844-983-3884 PHONE: 907-983-3884
WWW.SKAGWAYRVPARKS.COM
PULLEN CREEK RV PARK
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    Skagway’s history
and spectacular natural setting create unparalleled sightseeing and recreation opportunities. Poke around on your own, or select from a variety of commercial tours. Either way, you will be amply rewarded with the sights and activities in and around Skagway.
Skagway is filled with outstanding dining options, abundant shopping, exceptional entertainment and three very fine museums. Many artists have made Skagway home with their work showcased in many of the downtown shops.
the Skagway Unit of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park; nearly one million visitors are expected in the summer. Skagway is the embarkation point for the famous Chilkoot and White Pass trails.
Famous for its hospitality, Skagway offers visitors all the amenities they desire for a relaxing, adventurous and unforgettable stay!
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The Tuneful Tale of Alaska’s most notorious outlaw, Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith
 Days of ’98 SHOW
ONE HOUR IN LENGTH Daytime & Evening Shows
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Schedule varies. Check website for calendar.
RAGTIME Piano     Can-Can Girls
 RECOMMENDED ON
                   since 1923
At Historic Eagles Hall, 6th Ave & Broadway, Skagway (907) 983-2545 www.thedaysof98show.com
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