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Vuntut National Park of Canada

Facilities and Services

© Parks Canada/Jeffrey Peter 

Situated in northern Yukon, above the Arctic Circle, Vuntut is one of Canada’s most remote national parks, visited by few serious adventurers. There are no facilities or services of any kind in the park. Visitors can experience the rich cultural and natural heritage of the area by flying into Vuntut, and by exploring the traditional Gwitchin village of Old Crow to the south of the park. With a population of 300 and no road access it is both the most northerly and the most isolated community in the Yukon. People normally fly to Old Crow from Whitehorse, Dawson City or Inuvik.

John Tizya Centre

John Tizya Centre exhibits
© Government of Yukon

Experience Vuntut National Park from the comfort of an indoor setting by visiting the John Tizya Centre in Old Crow. Interpretive displays showcase Vuntut National Park, Vuntut Gwitchin culture and the natural highlights of the Old Crow area.

Admire traditional bone and stone tools, listen to elders’ stories, learn about the Porcupine Caribou Herd, explore the ancient Beringian landscape and more. Parks Canada and Vuntut Gwitchin Government Heritage Department offices are also located here. A wealth of information awaits you at the John Tizya Centre!

  • Monday-Friday: 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-4:30pm


Ch’oo Deenjik Accommodations
P.O. Box 25
Old Crow, Yukon
Canada Y0B 1N0
Phone: 867-966-3008
Fax: 867-966-3424

Porcupine Bed and Breakfast
P.O. Box 55
Old Crow, Yukon
Canada Y0B 1N0
Phone: 867-966-3913
Guest House: 867-966-3028

Other Businesses

Old Crow Northern Store

Toronto Dominion Bank

Air North
1-800-661-0407 Toll free

Government offices

RCMP Detachment

Nursing Station

Airport Weather Office

Canada Post

Chief Zzeh Gittlit School

Yukon College Satellite Campus