Places to stay in Keno City, Yukon
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Keno City is a small community in the Yukon at the end of the Silver Trail highway. Keno City was the site of a former silver-lead mining area proximal to Keno Hill. Keno City is 13 kilometres away from the Elsa, Yukon, which is owned by Alexco Resource Corp who currently own and operate the various Ag-Pb-Zn deposits in the Keno Hill area. When in 1989 United Keno Hill closed the mines, literally overnight, the people in the Keno area who decided to stay chose a more sustainable economy: tourism. They successfully marketed Keno City as the quiet, tranquil community. Keno City was named after the gambling game Keno popular in mining camps at the turn of the 20th century. A small placer mining operation is behind Keno City, indicating the present support for active disturbance of earth materials through mining in the vicinity of Keno City. Some people believe that fewer materials will be moved through the new Alexco proposal than have been moved by placer mining around Keno City. The issue, however, is not the amount of material being moved but the placing of an industrial facility close to a residential community.
Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the community are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Keno City is located close to Bawn Boy Gulch, South Nelson Creek, McLeod Creek, Fisher Creek and McKay Gulch.
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- Longitude: -135°18'15.000
- Latitude: 63°54'33.000
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