This park celebrates the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-98 through 15 restored buildings within the Skagway Historic District. The park also administers the Chilkoot Trail and a small portion of the White Pass Trail. Included in the park is a portion of the Dyea Townsite at the foot of the Chilkoot Trail.
The Dyea Campground is located near the entrance to the Chilkoot Trail Unit of the park. The campground is within a short walk of the Chilkoot Trailhead and a short drive or bike ride of the historic townsite of Dyea.
The campground is monitored by National Park Service rangers and a campground host. The campground provides 22 sites for vehicle and walk-in camping. Hook-ups are not available for recreational vehicles. Campers are advised to bring drinking water and firewood. Pit toilets, barbecue grills, picnic tables, and garbage receptacles are provided. $6 fee per site per night. Self-registration at the campground entrance.
Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park is located near Bainbridge Island, Bellevue and Bothell