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Our site was level side to side with no need to add leveling blocks. Front to back was minimal adjustment. The area sites are sand and gravel and when it rained it was messy. There were two places to shower. Those near the office were very clean with nice flooring. The other area had concrete floors that were wet and muddy. The Wi-Fi was very confusing. I was always being asked to login and when I did I was asked to login again. I gave it up and used AT&T. The check-in folks were friendly and concise in the briefing and we were led to our site. This is a very busy and full park during the last half of July. However, they also open a pasture area with no hook ups and park where you want option when the regular park gets full. Possibly I might stay again if required.

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This was once a Good Sam park, no longer. There is a discount for senior citizens. After paying I was informed to pick a site out back from the office. The attendant recommended certain sites which would get better Wi-Fi reception. I selected those she showed me. The reception was OK. The TV stations were movies and were OK but a couple stations had loud buzzing sounds which made it unbearable to watch those channels. I had to take my trash with me when I departed. There was a large sign informing guests not to leave trash because they had no way of disposing of it. If needed, I will stay here again.

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It was OK for one night. The pull-through was fairly level but not long enough. My site was assigned to someone else after it was assigned to me and was quite confusing for the next traveler . It is a bit noisy in the PM with traffic going over the metal bridge on the river. The food at the restaurant was OK. There was a discount on fuel for staying at the park. Depending on time and location, I might skip this one next trip and continue to Whitehorse. It was a crowded park.

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I checked in with a reservation. After paying I asked if that was the Good Sam rate. The attendant stated no, and she took no action to change my reservation. The bathrooms/showers were very clean. The showers were coin operated, something I had not seen in many years. It was quite windy at this location. I doubt if I will stop here again.

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This was okay for a night. The sites are down the hill. If no one is in the office,the available sites are listed. You can go to a site then later walk back up the hill to the office to register. I had a reservation so my name and site were shown on the office door. Coffee was available, but it cost $2.00. The WiFi worked/did not work/worked/did not work/etc. I stayed here previously in 2007 and would stay again for a night.

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My stay was very quiet and I enjoyed this park The shower/bathroom floor was mighty shiny and the facilities were very clean. I like the idea of having a key entry. The park gate closed in the late evening hours, but all guests are warned of this, and a key can be obtained for late night access. The WiFi access was good and worked for my needs.I would stay here again.

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Easy access to the park from the highway. The park attendant was knowledgeable and gave me specific instructions for signing in. There are bears in the area. The walk to the hot springs is easy on a boardwalk. The springs were very hot this time of the year. This park is a must even if you are only going to visit the hot springs. I recommend an overnight stay. There were buffalo right on the roadside near the park.

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Check in was easy and friendly. I asked a couple questions and got good answers.The site was good. The area was quiet. My GPS swore that the park entrance was accessed from the main highway. However, it is not, and it is better to watch for the RV Park signs and turn as shown.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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A "Welcome" would have been nice. It was late in their season, I guess, so there was only one men's toilet available. It was sort of a high price for a tent site for 12 hours.

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The park personnel were friendly and courteous. Prices were high for most everything (Ice $2.75, firewood, pay to plug in freezers $3.00/day). Sites are very small in width and length. Best option if you are making a reservation is to add ten feet to your rig, then you might have room to park your vehicle in front of the trailer. It is basically a parking lot with hookups and no Walmart. It was okay for us because our main was goal was to net salmon. A fish cleaning station is available. There is a lot of vehicle traffic in the park well up until midnight.

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The campground hosts really maintains this state park in top condition. It was nice to see the old dilapidated outhouse had been replaced with a sturdy new facility. I was very surprised to see that the beach campground below had been washed away. There was also a new restriction on clam limits. The one item I did not appreciate was the notice that clam cleaning was no longer allowed in the campground. This must definitely be rescinded. There is no decent place on the beach for clam cleaning. I don't know whether this was a state approved rule or whether the campground hosts had prepared the notice. Either way, it must go. It is still a well kept secret campground. But with the demise of the beach campground, the view campground is now crowded. I will stay here again once the clam population returns, and the clam cleaning policy disappears. I had to pay a nightly rate of $1, but I stayed here free with a camping pass.

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This park is no longer a Good Sam Park and I could see the difference. The cleanliness of the shower rooms and laundry room have really depreciated over the past visits. "Wi-Fi" so to speak is no longer available. "Hot-spots" are used and you must be in the office area or laundry for it to work: when it works. There are 2, so they probably cancel each other out. Reception is bad. Office staff is still good and check in is easy. The reservation website is hard to understand and needs improvement.

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The site was level with an easy access. The Wi-Fi was one step above "off". I mentioned to the personnel that my cable TV channel reception was snowy. They indicated it must have been something wrong with my RV because all channels were crystal clear throughout the park. One side of the store consists of a cooler (about 12') full of beer and wine. This is the first time I've seen so much at a KOA for sale. Water sprinkler jets were working to get our vehicle wet a couple times as we drove to our site. There is a geocache just down the road from the park. I would stay here again if in the area.

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Nice quiet park readily accessible from the main street and then a smaller street (not an alley). Sites are dirt and gravel with small areas of grass. The bathrooms and showers are individual in private rooms. All hookups are readily accessible. The host is very friendly. Sites are nearly level. I would stay here again.

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This park is way overrated. The cost for what one gets is terrible. I requested a site near the bathroom/shower facilities and got one in the second to last row farthest away. The grass in the site had not been cut and the dandelions had gone to white fluffy seeds. There was a nice ankle breaker hidden in the grass. The site was rather level front/back, but side/side had to be adjusted. A "welcome" would have been nice when arriving. The first thing I was shown after signing the credit slip was the "menu" advertisement for the great food facility. (I did not use it). Then, I was shown the park map and how to find my site in the back, in the corner. I don't know whether I would return or not.