Watson Lake, YT, Canada is located on the shores of Watson Lake in the southeastern section of Canada's Yukon Territories. The community is located at "Mile 635" on the Alaska Highway just north of the Yukon/British Columbia border.
Top things to do, attractions, adventures and activities enjoyed in Watson Lake, Yukon Territories, Canada are fishing, hiking, canoeing, river kayaking, rafting, backpacking, boating, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ice fishing, and skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Maichen Alpine Area.
The best activity and adventure destinations located in Watson Lake, Yukon Territories are Watson Lake, Muncho Lake Provincial Park, Hour Lake & Trail, Wye Lake Park, CMD Trail, Stone Mountain Provincial Park and the Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park.
Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Watson Lake, YT, Canada are accommodations (cottages, cabins, motels, bed and breakfasts (B&Bs), vacation homes), campground, outfitters, attractions, restaurants, laundromat, coffee shop, grocery store, pub, liquor store, bank, gas station, gift stores, and internet service.
The best places for travellers to enjoy history and culture in Watson Lake, Yukon Territories, Canada is at the Sign Post Forest and the Northern Lights Centre.
Vehicle: The main highway in the Yukon Territories which connects to the community of Watson Lake, YT is Highway #1 (Alaska Highway).
Air: The closest airport to Watson Lake is the Watson Lake Airport and the closest international airport is the (YXY) Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport (5 hours 13 minute drive - 436 kms). Other air transportation to the remote regions of the territory are floatplanes, helicopters and bush planes.