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The mighty Yukon River is the longest river in both Alaska and the Yukon in Canada. In fact, the Canadian province is named after the waterway. The Yukon was a major transportation waterway before the advent of small airplanes, especially during the Gold Rush in the early 1900’s. And travelers along the river have always needed a place to stop and rest. The Yukon River Camp holds this spot for both travelers on the river and the Dalton Highway in northern Alaska. The friendly folks and delicious cuisine are certainly an oasis in the vast, open tundra.
Yukon River Camp Cafe is at Mile 56 Dalton Hwy, Yukon River Crossing.