Robinson Roadhouse

Mount Lorne, Yukon Territory
Robinson, Yukon, Canada
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Robinson Roadhouse is located in the Traditional Territory of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation at km 139 South Klondike Highway, near the Annie Lake Road turn-off. Established as a flag station for the White Pass & Yukon Route, Robinson Roadhouse was constructed in 1906 as a staging point for miners in the Watson and Wheaton River mining districts.

The site includes a rest area with a large parking lot, outhouses, picnic tables, interpretive panels, and historic buildings. Visitors are free to roam the unmanned site while the interpretive panels provide historical context and information.


  • Family-Friendly
  • Parking
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Washrooms


Robinson, Yukon, Canada
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