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Eagle Plains is the only place with accommodation and restaurant halfway on the 740 km long Dempster Highway between Dawson and Inuvik. With many photo stops along the way, it took us 8 - 9 hours to reach it so having a place to shower,...More
Tent if you can. TV did not work, Internet is super slow and they sell it to you without telling you that you have to be within a few feet of the front desk, staff treat you like you are an interruption, restaurant is super...More
Good stop on the way to the top of the world.Rooms were clean and the tv worked. Good bar and the food was not bad.Had dinner in the bar area and the service was better than you would thank it would be,being out in the...More
Our favorite place of the entire trip - great place. Enjoyed the independence and character of this stop-over, the home cooking, traditional lounge, and overal warmth of place...... would not hesitate to go back.
Mark (London UK).
This is in the middle of nowhere. Eleanor is often handling hotel check-ins at the same time as bartending, while also watching over the restaurant and occasionally pumping gas. Yet she manages to be friendly at the same time. This "oasis in the wilderness" has...More
I didn't notice any hats or T shirts for sale when we were there. You might try phoning again. They have a very minimal staff and sometimes don't get to the phone as quick as they should. I couldn't find an email... More
I didn't notice any hats or T shirts for sale when we were there. You might try phoning again. They have a very minimal staff and sometimes don't get to the phone as quick as they should. I couldn't find an email address for them either.
the black flies weren't to bad but there was a black bear wandering around in the parking lot which caused a little excitement.
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"They don't take reservations for powered sites, so arrive early"