Where to Stay

Welcome to Tuk sign

Tuktoyaktuk is a community of around 900, and it has several B&Bs. Tenting is welcome, and recommended. There is a public park and picnic area at "the Point", which is at the north end of Tuk. Overnight parking and camping are allowed. All guests are asked to adhere to “leave no trace” wilderness camping.

There are plans to develop a campground and an RV park in the future. Once this work begins, information will be posted on the Hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk website, so look for updates here: www.Tuktoyaktuk.ca.