Centrally located with the best views in Skagway, Alaska!
Pullen Creek RV Park
Approx. Mileage/Kilometers to Pullen Creek RV Park
|Watson Lake||323||531||Haines Junction||211||340|
|Dawson Creek||964||1552||Dawson City||446||720|
Skagway is connected to the Yukon Territory, Canada, and the contiguous 48 states via the Klondike Highway, which is paved, maintained year round, and rated for overweight trucks.
If you are traveling by car or a RV, you’ll join the growing number of visitors who travel the Alaska Highway each year. Skagway is only 112 miles south from the Alaska Highway, via the South Klondike Highway.
This modern two-lane highway is an easy drive, and passes through the historic community of Carcross – gas, food and other visitor services available – and past the ruins of the Venus Mine on Windy Arm of Tagish Lake. The lakes of the Yukon and British Columbia that you’ll pass along the way are the headwaters of the great Yukon River. Near the summit of the Klondike Highway Pass you’ll encounter a scene that resembles a moonscape more than any earthly vista. Ancient, twisted trees cling to rocks polished smooth by prehistoric glaciers, or crumbled by years of erosion. Myriad waterfalls, several glaciers and glimpses of the White Pass Railway and White Pass Trail are among the highlights of the drive from the summit to seaside Skagway.
Skagway is the northern terminus of the Alaska’s Marine Highway System. A fleet of car carrying vessels serves all of Southeast Alaska. Northbound travelers can access the system at Bellingham, Washington and Prince Rupert, British Columbia; southbound travelers usually embark at Skagway or Haines. Each vessel has an observation lounge, food service and a solarium where camping is allowed free of charge. Mainline vessels also feature stateroom accommodations.
The Skagway Small Boat Harbor is a full service marina with moorage for pleasure and commercial vessels up to 150 ft. Transient moorage is on a space available, first come, first served basis. There is a waiting list for annual moorage.
Harbor amenities include seasonal potable water on all docks and seasonal restrooms and showers. There is a pump-out facility for holding tanks, and garbage receptacles at each ramp. 20 amp power is available at all docks.