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Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park Hotel & Travel Guide

You'll be pleased you added Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park to your itinerary.

Beaver Creek, where it is situated, sits 220 miles (354 kilometers) from the capital city of the province, Whitehorse.

Just steps from Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park, the 1202 MOTOR INN and IDA'S MOTEL & RESTAURANT are convenient options in you're only in town for a night or two.

If you'd like to keep to a strict budget, you won't need to look beyond the Beaver Creek RV Park & Motel, 0.07 miles (0.11 kilometers) away.

Food is a big part of the travel experience. You'll enjoy one of the more popular dining experiences at Buckshot Betty's Restaurant and Cafe (Beaver Creek), just 0.05 miles (0.08 kilometers) away from Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park.

Other Things to Do Near Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park

When you're finished visiting Yukon Centennial Gold Rush Park, get ready to take in everything that the wider region has to offer:

  • Tell your friends and family back home about your unforgettable experience at the famous Beaver Creek Visitor Information Centre.
  • While enjoying your adventures, you should stop and admire Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, a local church. If you wish to view this church from the inside, be sure to make inquiries for visiting times first.
  • An important local structure, International Boundary Historical Monument is a reminder of historical happenings that are etched in the minds of local residents.