Deep Creek Cabin
Deep Creek Cabin
Located on famous Lake Laberge, this recently built rustic-luxury cabin is a real Yukon retreat. Built with historic items recovered from the days when paddle-wheelers worked the Yukon waters, it is decorated with gold pans, old ship lines, boat siding, and mining relics.
Sit on the cabin deck and enjoy your morning breakfast looking over the beautiful Lake Laberge. For lunch or dinner, use the kitchenette or on-site BBQ; live the good life! Nestled in the friendly Deep Creek neighbourhood, the cabin offers nearby access to wilderness hikes and bikes. If fishing or getting out on the water is your pleasure, you can rent a canoe nearby and try your luck at catching a pike or a lake trout.
The waterfront cabin is only a few feet from the creek leading to the lake.
Once you’ve explored the hikes and viewpoints of the area come back to the quiet cabin and relax in the hammock. If you are lucky you can see beavers swimming in the creek and eagles soaring above the spruce trees.
The cabin is a perfect getaway for two. Cosy up with the propane wall heater, and take advantage of the fully stocked kitchen with an induction stove-top, BBQ, dishes, pots, coffee percolator, etc. Water jugs are provided, with replacements available. You’ll need to be comfortable with ladders to get to the bedroom loft. There is an on-site outhouse and the nearby Takhini Hot Springs is an excellent and enjoyable choice for both showering and soaking.
The cabin is on a shared property with your hosts who are friendly, quiet, helpful, and available if needed.
Get away from distractions; no cell phones, no screens… this is a true northern retreat. Come relax in the Cordwood Cabin.
Can$85.00 per night for two adults.
Can$499.00 per week for two adults.
Maximum occupancy – two people.
Minimum stay -two nights.
Monthly rates are available.
Cabin rental, propane, limited electricity (one plug-in only), USB charger port, complete kitchenette facility, BBQ, queen sized comfortable bed, pillows, pillow-cases and blankets, local literature, two lanterns, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, games, cards and croquet set.
There is a local canoe rental company in the neighbourhood. And several in Downtown Whitehorse.
No facilities for campfires on the cabin property but the nearby Lake LaBerge Territorial Campground (5 minute drive) is an excellent spot for an afternoon or evening campfire.
Personal gear, your own groceries, cooler and ice (additional ice packs can be borrowed from your hosts), binoculars and hiking boots (optional!)
The cabin is located 40 minutes north of Whitehorse in the Deep Creek subdivision at Lake Laberge off the North Klondike Highway. More specific directions will be given at time of booking request.
- The cabin and property is intended for paying guests only. Maximum 2.
- Not suitable for infants or children under 13 due to steep ladder to loft bedroom and proximity to creek.
- This is a quiet neighbourhood and neighbours are close by. We expect our guests to not be loud or disruptive at any hour. No parties.
- No smoking in the cabin or on the property.
- Not suitable for pets.