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…. Man dressed in clothing as worn by Klondike Stampeders, greets us on entry to this reconstructed mine rush camp …..
After pickup from your Skagway hotel, head to the historical, Gold Rush-era Liarsville Camp, where you will be greeted with a mouthwatering assortment of warm and cold Alaskan dishes, served alfresco in the forest. Feast on Alaskan-caught wild salmon grilled over an open alder-wood fire, and enjoy Chilkoot chicken, Panner’s pasta, Prospector Pete’s reindeer beans, Liarsville rice medley, Sluice Box slaw and other fresh salads, plus cornbread and blueberry cake for dessert. (Beer and wine are available for purchase.) This delicious meal also includes a visit to an 1898 replica campsite.
At Liarsville Camp, you’ll discover how the prospectors of yesteryear survived while they were searching for gold. Converse with colorful, in-costume period characters, from gold-diggers to gold-digging madams, and enjoy this glimpse of life during the Klondike Gold Rush. Visit the Fancy Goods Gift Shop to find the perfect souvenir, and have your picture taken with the camp’s mascot, an adorable Alaskan malamute named Denali (a sled dog of northern North America).
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