There are plenty of opportunities for Recreation in Burwash Landing. If you like the outdoors, well, the options are endless. When the snow is here people enjoy cross country skiing, snow mobiling, sliding, snowshoeing, taking long walks on the frozen lake, skating at the indoor ice rink, skeet shooting or a good old fashioned snow ball fight. If it's too cold out, people enjoy playing volleyball, babminton or indoor soccer at the Jacquot Hall gymnasium. During the summer months the trails are open and hiking into Kluane National Park or exploring Kluane First Nation's traditional territory are favourites. The wide Alaska highway provides a great place to road bike and in fact many in the community join the annual Chilkat Bike Relay (a 250KM bike ride from Haines Junction to Haines, Alaska).
For those that are less inclined to physical activity there are a number of things to do and groups to join. During the winter months there is a womens group that meets weekly to sew on their own projects or learn to sew traditional items. Friday night is Radio Bingo night in the Yukon and you can bet most people don't answer their phones from 7-9pm. In addition to the myriad of recreational and social programming that Kluane First Nation government hosts, such as: food canning, moose sausage making, health and wellness, community dinners, men's and women's workshops and youth and elder programming; the Burwash Landing Recreation Committee host annual events through out the year as a chance for community to gather and have fun together.