Beaver Creek is located at Historic Milepost 1202 on the Alaska Highway, 20 miles southeast of the Canada–U.S. border, 113 miles from Tok, and 184 miles from Haines Junction.
Visitor Information: Yukon Government Visitor Information Centre, open daily May–Sept.; phone (867) 862-7321.
Alaska Highway construction crews working from opposite directions connected the highway at Beaver Creek in October 1942, thus making it possible for the first time for vehicles to travel the entire length of the highway. Beaver Creek was the site of the old Canadian customs station. The new Canada Customs station is located about 2 miles north of town.
Lodging (cabins and RV/tenting), gifts and dining available year-round at Buckshot Betty’s and lodging, gift shop and gas/diesel and RV and tenting (seasonally) at Beaver Creek RV Park & Motel. Beaver Creek has gas/diesel, a post office and ATMs.
- Our Lady of Grace mission, built in 1961 from a salvaged Quonset hut left over from highway construction days, is 1 of 3 Catholic missions on the north Alaska Highway.
- Yukon Centennial Gold Rush park.
- Rendezvous Dinner Show at the Westmark Inn.