There are pull through sites for the big rigs, which we have. There was only one other RV in the park the night we stayed. Our biggest complaint was that the trees in the pull throughs need trimming. We really scratched our RV. They need to put the map of the campground at the beginning, because we drove through the whole campground looking for a spot. Other than that, it was very quiet & it was a perfect spot to park for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another great little Alaska State campground. The big rig sites are on the second loop to the right past the Iron Ranger. We had lots of room to spare leaving our crew cab dually hooked to our 35' fifth wheel overnight, so I think pretty much any "big rig" would fit. There are only a few sites that big; but, early August, 16 miles from Tok, and we saw one other camper in the entire park. Would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This would be a good campground for an overnight used by small or medium RVs. It is not a campground for 38-40' rigs. The pull-through sites have too much of bend to them. There were upended chucks of RR ties for boundary markers at the sites.The roads are narrow with many trees. The sites have trees at the edge of the parking area so it would be very difficult to open slideouts. It is at MP109 of the Glenn Hwy, 16 miles from Tok. There are vault toilets, water pump and the sites are well-separated. They are laid out in 5 wheel-like groups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Adequate park just off the Alaska Hwy (on Tok cutoff) convenient to Tok. Sites were level, pricey as usual for what you get in Alaska, water & electric back in is $36. Gal in office promoted the breakfast but $10 for pancakes is just more than I care to pay. WIFI worked only for the first night we were there and then never again. Free entertainment after dinner both at the park and at Fast Eddy's Restaurant in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great park. The sites are large (especially by AK standards) and most are separated by trees for lots of privacy. The restaurant was making caribou chili and it was very good. Everybody gathered for the pancake toss and live music in the evening and it was good fun. The wifi is quite good. It's a few miles from town on the Tok cutoff. We camped with w&e only. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites are private with trees between. Good WiFi from site directly behind the office. Laundry room clean and in working order. Restroom/shower room clean, bright and cheery. Nightly entertainment corny at times but great fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most sites are forested, which makes the roads and site widths a bit tight, but still doable. The owners clearly have fun with their pancake toss each night. Nice RV wash station (high pressure nozzle - bring your own soap). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this park. Our site was very spacious. We parked our 40 ft motorhome and tow vehicle and still had room to spare. Each site is nestled between trees and very comfortable. The park has a cafe that offers reindeer chili in a sourdough bowl .. yummy! and sourdough pancakes in the morning. The staff was extremely friendly - made you feel right at home. Certain sites have better access to Wi-Fi, so be sure to request during reservations. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They have good level sites with crushed rock for a base. They have evening events with plenty of laughing and fun. There is also a restaurant that serves great breakfast. The people on site were great, very friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi was a hotspot that worked OK, but there was no reception at the site. We would say again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great family RV park. We didn't use the restrooms or the showers, as they were too far from our site. The staff were friendly and helpful, and the reindeer chili in a sourdough bread bowl was to die for! The pancake toss was fun too. Be careful pulling in if you have a large RV. A lot of trees! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pricy for what you get, $40 for full hookup, good sam price. Not much going on. They offer and promote pancake breakfast. There is no wifi in camping area, there is no cable, and there is no air TV stations, the restroom where we were assigned is closed. Not the cleanest park that we have seen. We would most likely not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at Sourdough June and July 2013. Excellent staff; sites are semi-private with native trees and vegetation. This a good, fun place to stay. We will certainly stay again. The sourdough pancake breakfast is good plus the Reindeer Chile at night is really good. Friends recommended this campground, and we are doing the same. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here two different times. Did not consider staying at another park in Tok. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Sites were well maintained, shady, and spread out. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Friendly place with gravel roads and sites sites scattered among trees. Many sites are small but largest can handle big rigs, though they are none too level. Water, sewer, and electricity were all convenient and worked well. Wi-Fi was limited coverage and slow, but at least it doesn't cost extra. We thought it was a bit pricey for what we got. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although outside of town it is a good choice while in Tok. Spaces are well separated with vegetation/trees. Plenty of room to maneuver. Nightly entertainment provided by Campground Staff and has a communal camp fire with campground providing the marshmallows and roasting sticks. Set in grove of Spruce and Aspens. Staff helpful and very accommodating. Stayed in a back-in site with FHU and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We did not use the laundry or restrooms so can not say on the cleanliness. Sites are very nice with trees between each site for privacy. Our site was very level and generous in length. Stayed here on our trip to Anchorage and stayed again on our return trip to Florida. Best campground in Alaska! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wilderness sites. The sites are spacious and set nicely apart for privacy and are treed and shady. The washrooms and showers clean. Friendly and helpful staff. We did not eat here, but there is a restaurant. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We traveled all the way from Florida and this is the best campground of all! When we arrived the owners both greeted us and cut jokes. Our site was 84' long and plenty wide to put all slides out. The pancake toss was fun and the all you can eat breakfast delicious! Best sourdough pancakes ever. BEAUTIFUL park with lots of very interesting historic memorabilia. They dryers in laundry room took 3 rounds to dry, but that is my only complaint. Many people told us to stay here along the way. Glad we did! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not our favorite place. The sites are not even close to level. Roads are muddy with big puddles. The showers are musty and the bathrooms are not clean. The sourdough pancake breakfast was okay. Not what we expected. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Cold showers. Treed site. Nightly entertainment. Restaurant with Sourdough pancakes and reindeer sausage. Buffet breakfast $13 - we did not partake in the food here. Group atmosphere. Slow internet that kept crashing. Limited internet data use. Wi-Fi hotspot only. We could not access from our campground. We would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Drove a 31ft RV plus a tow, we had a pull through site so it was a bit more. A bunch of potholes with rain but drivable. Evening show was fun and they do a pancake throwing contest, fun too. Washers and dryers were poor, do your laundry somewhere else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Heavily treed and narrow sites, although 40+ foot units towing were able to pull in. Opening slides can, however, be challenging. Owners remarkable and friendly. They also put on a great evening show. Restaurant on site. When raining, some sites (ours) partly flooded. We will stay here on our return trip from Alaska. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for the normal tourist trap campground this would be a good stop for you. Sites are wooded but very tight. Big rigs on caravans seem to be the majority of campers. We started to stay here, bought our site and after driving through and finding our spot occupied we decided we would rather take our chances further down the road. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This CG is run by a very attentive and energetic owner. We were early in the season but everything was available as if the CG was full. WiFi only works very close to office, otherwise this CG would rate a 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is for back-in 30 amp FHU site with good Wi-Fi. Great RV park with free entertainment during the evenings we were here. Interior roads and sites are gravel, but maneuverability is good. Site separation varies, but is reasonable. Not all sites receive good Wi-Fi, request one that does on check-in if you need it. Road noise is minimal. They have great dinners and breakfasts available if you sign up ahead of time. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here early in season, before the campground was really open. The staff was friendly. Easy pull through site. We will probably stay here again on our way south. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had a back-in site close to the office where I could get internet service. Grandson picked this one because of the advertised pancake breakfast & nightly entertainment, but after checking in we found out we were too early for the food or entertainment, which would be offered after Memorial Day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 34 foot 5th wheel for one night and that was more than enough. The WI-FI only works if you go to their building; it does not work at the camp sites. The check in person was more interested in selling the evening dinner menu than giving us information about the park. The park does have trees and the pull throughs are easy to enter and exit. Water connection is at the entrance to the site so a long water hose is needed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy to find, checkin person was efficient but unfriendly, easy to park, wide and treed sites, utilities at entry end of site (bring long hose and extension as not near utility bay on most RVs), advertises Wi-Fi but only can be had in/near office, cafe, etc., not in rig. (Will be more careful in how I ask the "Wi-Fi?" question in the future. Smile). Glad we only paid for one night. Will stay elsewhere while in this area because of Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park with lots of trees which provided some privacy between our site and the next. The site was easy to get into, long and fairly level. There are full hookups with good power. There is no cable and the Wi-Fi doesn’t work at the sites but there is a “hot spot” for it. They offer a Reindeer stew dinner for $10 and a All-U-Can - Eat Sourdough breakfast for $12 but we chose to eat elsewhere. We will return again the end of August. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was friendly! Verizon cel phone worked great, however the Wi-Fi only works at the office. Lots of shade and the gravel, dirt sites are fairly level. The pancake toss was great fun: I won a free $12 breakfast! You have to try their great reindeer chili served in a sourdough bread bowl. Added bonus: good truck and RV washing facilities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our experience will probably be different from the majority of those who stay at this campground. But we feel a need to share our situation. First off, the campground and facilities are about average for the Alaska Highway. Obviously, they cater more towards the RV's than to tenters like us. Most of their sites seemed as if they could accept a tent, plus they have some designated tent sites. These, however, seemed to be afterthoughts, and were very tight, with no privacy at all. Our dissatisfaction came in the way were we treated by both the owner and one other host. First of all, they had us down for the wrong date. Even after I offered to show the owner her e-mail confirming our changed reservation, she seemed reluctant to accept the fact. Then we were told (just as we were about to set up our tent) by another host that we were going to have to move to make room for a different party. When I resisted, his only response was, "You can go to the office, and they will refund your money." The owner also seemed in no mood to try to help us out. After insistence on my part that she try to help us out, we were finally given an RV site that had room for a tent. So things worked out OK as far as a site went. But our real concern is the way we were treated. It seemed to them as if we were not important if we didn't drive an RV. In my opinion, this is a very dangerous attitude to assume. It can come back to bite you later on. Due to this experience, we did not stay for the breakfast or utilize any of the other facilities, so we have no comment on those. We camped here in a Tent.
Very disappointed in entire facility. The gift store was sparse, we had to wait until the next day to use truck/rv wash as it was broken, breakfast was horrible: cold pancakes, cold biscuits, cold egg mixture. It certainly was not worth $12 each. Wi-Fi was only available at office area. Will not stay there again. I cannot believe it has Good Sam rating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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We arrived after Labor Day when leaving Alaska.The cafe was closed and the entertainment was gone. Without these features the price should have been reduced. WIF is only at the office. There are lots of trees for shade and separation from other sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you are going to stay in Tok, the Sourdough is the place. It has the most character of any park on the Alaska Highway. The only reason it did not get a 10 is because the Wi-Fi is very limited. Other than that, this is the perfect park with great sourdough bowl soups and breakfast. There is entertainment most nights and a pancake toss for a free breakfast. The sites have lots of trees for extra privacy. We will stay here again on the way out of Alaska. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners of this park come off as people who truly care about camping and are constantly working to improve things around the park. This seems true at first until you are rudely awakened by chain sawing on the site next to yours early in the morning and complain about it. They were un-apologetic and very rude in dealing with us. Instead of apologizing or making any attempt remedy the situation, they tried to get rid of us as quickly as possible and told us never to come back in addition to insulting us as we left. The whole ordeal made them seem utterly unprofessional and un-caring of their customer's opinions. This was truly the worst camping experience we've had camping in the great state of Alaska. We camped here in a Tent.
This is an excellent CG. Wooded spaces where you can barely see neighbors. Very helpful, friendly mgt. Fun nightly entertainment. Dinner and breakfasts cooked on site. Compared to the Alaska highway through Canada, where most CG's are just big parking lots with very tight spaces, this is a real treat. Paved walking/biking trail into TOK (1.5 miles) Highly recommend We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were lukewarm about this park. It was dusty, cramped, noisy and expensive. They have Wi-Fi but it does not reach the sites; you can sit at a table outside of the office if the mosquitos don't bother you or use the cafe when they are not serving breakfast or dinner. Our site was a narrow back-in with 30 amp electric and water. We got one TV channel. The staff was friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fun campground. The campsites are spaced out adequately with vegetation between them and easy access. There are 1.5 miles south of town on the Tok cutoff; so, if you decide to go to town, you will want to drive. Fee-based Wi-Fi is available throughout the campground. Free wi-fi is available on the patio next to the office. The fun begins each evening when the owner, performs a comedy skit and “pancake toss”. Everyone gets two attempts at tossing pancakes into a bucket with the prize being a free sourdough pancake breakfast. Those were the best pancakes I have ever eaten (mine were free). They also serve dinner, reindeer chili or stew in a big fresh homemade sourdough bread bowl with homemade pie for dessert. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fun place to stay, the owner has a pancake toss every night. There is a sourdough bowl meal available in the evening and pancake breakfast in the morning. One TV channel, Wi-fi at the office. We had a nice site, easy to access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park. Nice somewhat rustic RV sites. Has evening meal with entertainment and a sourdough pancake breakfast. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and will return hear in the future. Free WIFI. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a real nice campground. The owners were friendly and mingled with campers. The restaurant served good food at a fair price. The nightly entertainment was real good at night. We will stay there again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is the closest to being priced for what you get on our trip so far. Full hookups are available and they work. Water pressure very good as was the water's taste. Restrooms were old, but well maintained and clean. We will be staying again on our way to Haines after doing the "circle tour" of Alaska. Keep in mind on the Alaska Highway the price hardly ever reflects the quality of the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice little, older campground and very quiet. The sites are good sizes and not too close. The sites are behind the sporting goods store and way from most highway noise. Interior roads are tight but manageable. There is some grass and trees between some sites. A good place to stop on the way through for one or two night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice state rec area campground and right on the river. Vault toilets were clean, sites were well-kept, price was all right. The Tok River is very high this spring. Some of the picnic areas and tent camping areas had water in them, river should go down soon. Highway noise is minimal if you are on the river side of the campground and traffic isn't too bad yet. We'd recommend for an overnight. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Nice pull off the road milepost 1309. This campground is primitive in the sense that come with full water and empty holding tanks but the campground has plenty of room for turnarounds. Only thing is mosquitoes can be bad and they were when we were there. A great alternative to high priced private campgrounds for a nights stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for 50 amp service; cheaper rate for 30 amp. Sites are available in all sizes; ours was a pull-through site long enough for our 40' rig and 12' tow. Sites are gravel, but separated from each other with grass section. Two clean laundry rooms; one at the front of the park, one towards the middle. Book exchange in the office and middle laundry room. Used our own Verizon MiFi instead of the park's WiFi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After being so excited to finally make it to Alaska and being excited about our first Alaskan RV park.... I was quickly let down. One the plus side, the showers are amazing. Now for the bad... There is no playground available for kids to play on. My husband and I went to buy ice from the office. It was $3 a bag for 10 pounds which wasn't a problem until we asked for 4 bags. The lady snapped at us, saying, "Are you kidding!?!?!". I said, "No." My husband said, "We have two large coolers to fill." She was very cold to us after that and refused to respond to anything we said. I went to do laundry and the washers are very old (80's era, I'd guess), wash only very small loads, yet cost $3.50 per load. That is, literally, the most expensive and smallest load of laundry we've done since being full time RVers.This being said even after spending almost 3 weeks in Canada and doing some laundry there. I went to the office to see if I could get quarters. I had no cash and they had no ATM. The same lady who snapped at us about the ice, was very snotty about how we could cross the highway to the outpost and use their ATM. After crossing the highway, getting the cash from the ATM, getting quarters from the guy at the outpost... I came home in tears. I've never had anyone treat me so badly before. Before we arrived, I made reservations for July 3 - July 5. After being here for 8 hours, an employee just knocked on my door and informed me that they only charged me for one night and that I'd need to pay more to stay tomorrow night. I didn't realize at the check-in that we'd only paid for one night or I would've said something. We've decided that we are pulling out tomorrow and will just "boondock" a night somewhere else rather than give this park anymore of our money. Customer service here leaves a lot to be desired and we don't plan on making the stop here again anytime soon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wi-Fi was slow and free only applied to the first 2 hours each day. But the campground was well run, well organized and one of the nicer ones in town. Spaces were closer then we like but that is apparently the norm in AK. We would stay here again, but would probably check out some other places first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. The sites are close together but with a screening of trees between each one which gives privacy. The WiFi is strong and rather fast, but the park gives only 2 hours a day free - this is the typical 'Tengo' set up. The showers are very clean, conveniently spaced in 2 buildings. A small defect was that there is no rubber matting in the showers so if you are the second or third person in the morning the changing area will be very slippery. A nice added touch is the fact that 3 gas grills have been placed in the park for people to cook on. One day there were even fresh cookies in the office. The RV wash is the most expensive in town. The biggest problem is the condition of the Boundary Road if you are coming from the north. We came over the Canadian border from the beautiful "Top of the World" road and almost lost a tire on the the dangerously sharp gravel of the under-construction Boundary Road on the USA side. We made it to Chicken, Alaska without a flat, but 4 others we saw were not as lucky. Go very, very slowly on the Boundary Road and watch for sharp rocks. There is no cell phone service and no help from the DOT staff. You have to rely on the kindness of strangers and hope they have jacks and air pumps as we do. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The office staff was courteous, friendly, and helpful. The park is clean, clutter-free, and the sites appeared to be fairly level. We came through late in the season, so we were assigned to adjoining sites, which allowed us to park our rig (70' total) without any difficulty. The access roads were well spaced. There was plenty of room between sites where we were parked, and the park has many trees. We had strong WiFi at the site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Tent.
The staff here are very welcoming. In fact, there were homemade cookies in the office for guests when we registered. We stayed here on our way in and on our return trip. The campground has a lot of sites, so rigs are spaced well. The only problem we had was the narrowness of the sites and trees separating them. We had to park carefully to accommodate our slides. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Satellite signal not available in all sites. Some of the sites are narrow and it is hard to get your slides open. On our way up we stayed in a narrow sight with no satellite signal. On our way back we knew which sight we wanted and we had no problem with satellite or the width of the site. Wi-Fi is timed. You are issued coupons and each one is good for an hour. Once you log on your hour starts, if you only need 15 mins it still costs you the whole hour. We had no problem getting more coupons though. They have an RV wash; not the best but certainly welcome. The laundry room is very clean but the most expensive of any on our 12,000 mile trip from Florida to Homer, Alaska. They have entertainment; musicians and dog sled people. The gift shop is very nice and the people running it and the office are very friendly also. You get a discount at one of the gas stations across the street. I would recommend Fast Eddies Restaurant also. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a good experience. Short narrow sites. Impossible Wi-Fi. Expensive RV wash when the Chevron station down the street was much cheaper. Our coach steps were inches away from sewer hose of the rig in next site. Placed us in the middle of a Caravan when numerous rows sat vacant. Will avoid this park even if I have to dry camp at the truck stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Big rig friendly park with clean showers, laundry and restrooms. Love the pull through ability for our 43' rig and tow car can stay attached. Fee for RV wash or car wash, but bring your own soap. Close to eateries, grocery and gas. Never had a problem with noise, even being in the front. Dog friendly, but wish the "camp dogs" would follow their own rules. Friendly staff, nightly entertainment, no fires allowed which is fine by me. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our first commercial park in Alaska, and we thought the price was high, with only water & electric; we found out later that it was not that high - for Alaska. We had a decent, level pull through site with small trees between us and the adjacent sites. They had a propane barbecue along our row (and other places) for anyone who wanted to use it. And they provided entertainment (Alaskan "bluegrass" when we were there - or, for an extra price, dogsled demonstrations). We were disappointed that the "free" Wi-Fi was only a "token" good for 4 hours, but we got one for each computer and each of two days. Then we found that somehow we were not kicked off the first day. And the staff gave us an extra one for the second day (the owner was admonishing them not to give them away, but their kids gave them out anyway when Mom was not looking). So we ended up not having to pay extra for WiFi needed for my work. They had an RV wash, but it was rather expensive. And early in the season, they were long lines of fancy motor homes who had to wash off the AlCan dust and dirt. We took our toad to the Chevron station for much less. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Everything was great. Sites and roads are gravel with trees for shade. There is a dog shed demo every morning and music entertainment every night. Only drawback was for Wi-Fi. You need to register a coupon for every hour to be online. Found it to be a nuisance. We will return later this summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park just before getting into Tok. there are nice trees between the sites but you do have to watch for slide outs as the sites are a bit narrow. The campground had just opened for the season, so some of the facilities were not open but enough for laundry, bathrooms etc. All were clean and the park is well maintained. The back edge of the park is great for walking dogs. Wi-Fi and cable TV were excellent. We would go back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, fairly easy to park. Overpriced compared to most in Alaska, but the facilities were great and full hook-ups a definite plus after a long journey. We stayed here on our way in and again on our way out of Alaska. They offer nightly entertainment with an ice cream social (we did not attend). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is also typical for the RV parks in Alaska. As in most, it is dirt and rocks, but this place is huge. The spaces are somewhat small. I was able to park in the space and able to put out all four slides and have room to walk by them. The only problem was I was unable to put out the awning and/or window shades because of the trees. This place is clean and well groomed. The bathrooms were big and clean along with the showers. It does need to upgrade the cable TV choices. There was only 7 channels. We would stay here again without a second thought. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent RV park, one of the best on the Alaskan Hwy. Free car and RV wash. Very friendly staff and great free entertainment at night. Well kept and clean restrooms, we would recommend everyone to stop here in Tok. Wi-Fi was free for 1 hour, than only $6.95 for all day, and the signal was good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff. She put us in one of the very few sites that would support our 45-foot MH and attached car. Sites are very narrow with trees between most. If you have slides on both sides you will have to be exact on where you position your rig and you'll have no room left. Free entertainment in the evening, a local bluegrass singer: not bad. Most turns are also tight. They have a self car wash. Rather than use a timer they charge based on vehicle. $20 to self wash a MH seems extreme. The park is not a value for what we paid. Will look elsewhere on our return trip. Only 1 hour of free internet, otherwise $6.95/day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a decent park. The sites are a bit narrow but we had no problem pulling in. A row of trees separate most sites. Roads and sites are gravel. Verizon air card worked well here. I was also able to get Direct from my roof top dish. The price paid reflects a 50 amp full hook up site. There is a meeting room on site and a decent size laundry, even though we did not use it. The drive to Chicken is 77 miles from the park. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good campground, although overpriced compared to other Alaska campgrounds. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. The washing machines required $3.50 (more than we paid anywhere else), and only 1 hour of internet service was free. The sites were level and spacious, and trash cans were spaced throughout the campground. There are several other campgrounds in Tok and we would probably try another one in our next trip, based purely on the cost. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground is well maintained, facilities and hookups are good. I had good Verizon voice and data signals. They offer 1 hour free Tengo Wi-Fi Internet for each day you stay. It was very good. Sites are long, but narrow. You must position just right to open slides. Roads are narrow, so it takes work to turn into the sites with a large trailer. Good pine trees give the site a "camping" feel, not just a parking lot. Woman who checked us in really didn't pay attention to what we had to say. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here as it was first place we saw coming into Tok. Lady at desk was very rude, said free wireless for 1 hour then have to pay. Logged on and got booted after 10 min. Refused to pay. The pull-through sites were small and tight. Could not put my slides out. Very expensive for just a place to park. Would not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, but be careful selecting sites. They have a lot of trees and could cause problems with slides. We had to move until we found one that could handle our motorhome. The sites are all flat and many have 50 amp. Found the park a little high priced even with our Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Absolutely wonderful showers! Clean and spacious. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi for a fee, but coupon for a free hour. They had entertainment but we did not make it down for it. Sounded like fun. Fast Eddy's restaurant nearby was good. Will stay here again on our way back through. Just an added note to anyone traveling the Alaska highway between Haines Jct and here: It is very rough! Take it easy! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We got a pull through site with 50 amp service which was a few dollars more than the 30 amp. Bathrooms were spotless and laundry clean. Very high price for not having water at your site at that time of year: $45.00. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. Clean and neat with trees between sites and plenty of room. Electric, water, and sewer hookups are worked well. Nice clean bathrooms and showers, and laundry: all available 24 hours a day. A nice bonus for about 60 days each summer June-early August) are nightly free concerts in the community room. These feature Alaska stories, poems, and music. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Arrived here after traveling over a rainy, muddy, cold, potholed "Top of the World" road. This park was perfect for our needs. Our spot was long and the rig fit perfectly between the row of trees (we have slides on both sides). We used their vehicle wash to clean off the car so it once again looked white. They gave us coupons for the Wi-Fi but we also used the free Wi-Fi at Fast Eddies Restaurant (good pie & food). We rested here for 2 nights (needed it after the Dawson to Chicken trip) and enjoyed our stay. They have nightly entertainment but we didn't attend but could hear them from our rig, sounded fun. We will most likely stay here again when heading home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is large with pull through spots and a place you can wash your rigs for about $17 depending on what you are washing. They have nightly entertainment. They also have a small store with lots of trinkets. Fast Eddy's is next door and an excellent place to eat. A grocery store is located 1 mile west that carries a good variety of items. You have the option of 30 or 50 service here. Cable TV was available but not very clear. No picnic tables. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Don't let them tell you that you only get one free hour of internet. All you have to do is go back and ask for more "coupons" and you can get back on after the first hour. Also, don't wash the vehicle here if you need fuel. A rig wash is free with fill up right down the road. Other than these things, it's ok. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Completely disappointed. The park itself is okay, but the staff completely sucked any enjoyment out of the place. I don't know how else to put it, but if you are this grouchy this early into the season, maybe it's time to sell or retire. The Wi-Fi comes in the form of coupons that get you 45 minute increments. They never mentioned any bandwidth limits, yet in less than an hour of using gotomypc.com we had exceeded it and was banned from any future use for 48 hours. This is quite possibly one of the most archaic parks we've stayed at in terms of supplying technology. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this park while traveling through. The staff was friendly, park was nice. There is more than one bathroom/shower. We used the one at the main building. It was clean and nice. Had a blow-dryer on the wall. We paid a total of $44.10 to stay. The rate of $35.10 (GSC) and then an additional $9.00 for our children. No charge for our dogs. We ate at a restaurant nearby. The park was nice. LOTS of mosquitos (welcome to Alaska) but they went away as it got dark. We would stay again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
I wouldn't say there is anything spectacular about this campground. It's your typical packed in like sardines, roadside overpriced stop. There are a ton of road-side pull off's nearby that are free and if you are just passing through I would recommend doing that over paying for this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We paid $35.10 for a 30 amp site with water but no sewer. The prices in this town are outrageous. You get 45 minutes of free wi-fi Internet per day but you must use it all at once. You can buy a full day for $6.95, but you are limited to 128 mb each way and when you hit 60% of the usage then they throttle you down to 56k speeds (dial up speeds). This means that you effectively only get about 64 mb of data. The car/RV wash is okay and not too expensive, but they have a separate fee for cars vs pickups, etc. and for various lengths and types of RVs. There is no soap in the pressure washer, but you do get a bucket and scrub brush. They only have the wash open from about 7:30 am to about 7:30 pm so you can't stop in and get a wash if you come in later or when you leave in the early morning. The sites and streets are gravel and you get a picnic table. Most of the sites are pull throughs, and they handled our 39 foot motorhome and toad without unhooking. They were wide enough for our opposing slides. This is probably the nicest RV park that we have come across so far on our way to Alaska. The staff is nice and took time to talk with us for a while. We would come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We changed our mind about staying at Sourdough because of the rain, felt under the trees it would be very muddy, and we wanted cable TV. The Wi-Fi is free for 45 minutes and they instruct you to use it all at one time or else you won't get back on. The service worked very well at our site. The sites are tight to get in and out of because of the trees between them. Our full hookup, pull-through site was just long enough for our 33 foot 5th wheel and truck and it was level. We would probably stay here rather than Sourdough if we wanted cable TV and Wi-Fi at our site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is much larger than it appears from the highway and it has good amenities including satellite tv. Sites are plenty long and most are level. Restrooms are locked and clean and the laundry is quite large. They have live entertainment several nights a week that is very amusing. You have to pay extra for Wi-Fi service and its pretty high so we didn't use it. The air was very smoky from forest fires near Fairbanks. It was uncomfortable for both of us so if this is an issue check out conditions before planning travel. We actually paid $37.80 a night with our Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
One of the better RV campgrounds in Alaska. We stayed here in our 45' coach and had plenty of room. One of the few campgrounds in Alaska to have very good 50 amp power (most are 30 amp, or less). Certainly the best campground in Tok. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A large park, excellently maintained. All facilities worked well including Wi-Fi. Free entertainment on the night we stayed. Washrooms were as good as some hotels. We would definitely stay here again in the future in preference to one of the other sites in Tok (Sourdough) which we stayed in earlier in our trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were helter skelter and some were difficult to get into. We had to return to the office to get alternative sites from the ones originally assigned to us. WiFi was intermittent. The staff was friendly, and very helpful. Don't miss the evening show, very entertaining. We would stay there again. Tok is a very friendly town. RV repair at Walt's was fair and honest, as recommended by the staff at the RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was great. The ownwer was very helpful and personable. Within walking distance to Fast Eddies which has really good food. Pet friendly with many places to walk your dog. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pretty nice campground; sites are somewhat tight. We thought it was overpriced, however, but there was not much other choice. Park had free evening entertainment when we were there, which was good. RV/car wash on site, but cost was a bit high also. There was a constant line when we were there, so folks don't mind paying to have a clean vehicle! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good park, very nice people. Park is very clean, well kept, with easy access. Has a car/rv wash. Highly recommend eating at Fast Eddies, almost next door to the park!! Really enjoyed our stay! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would look elsewhere to for a place to stay if you're just traveling through. Price is way too high. We stayed there to get WI-FI but the connection was poor and they charge you $7.00 We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay for an overnight. Over-rated/priced. Have to pay for each and everything. We did get put in the back away from noise and not jammed up because it wasn't busy. Went next morning to inquire about a fishing license and older lady which I assume is an owner was not helpful, very abrupt and not friendly. So bought license elsewhere. Will not stay here on return trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not sure of rate, we were part of a caravan. This could be a nice place, but lots of rules. Wi-fi only in laundry room or for big $$$'s at site. Sites were pretty tight, our small slide came within an inch of a tree. Had to duck around trees to get around our rig. Overall a pretty clean park. Owner a bit crazy when someone pulls in the wrong way (don't use the first park entrance from the east). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Plenty of room and easy in and out. The wash is a pay by size of RV and they provide a brush and bucket and power rinse. Wi-Fi is OK but pay by hour or day. They do have as noted a free network cable hook up. A good place to stay before or after crossing and a chance to clean the rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautifully landscaped and convenient park. Owners and camp hosts were so friendly. Bathrooms and laundry immaculate. Terrific start to entrance to the great state of Alaska. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very large, nice park. Decent cable TV, Pay to surf via wi-fi. They do have one hard cabled DSL access port in one of the laundry rooms and internet surfing is free from that. The front office didn't seem to know that it was free, but they knew it was there and I found it. Very well kept park, clean facilities. The park offered a free Alaskana show that night in a community room. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very good campground. Plenty of space between sites to put out slides or awning. Interior roads are gravel with grass area between campsites. Campground has RV/car wash, but it is expensive compared to other campgrounds we have used. Good Wi-Fi internet service, but it is pay as you go with a third party vendor. Cable TV is available with limited channel selection. Bathrooms are modern and clean. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is fantastic, pull-thrus, lots of trees. Quiet. Owners very friendly and can't do enough for you. Has an RV car wash. Just a great park. Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
After looking at all of the reviews of RV parks in Tok, we had a very hard time deciding where to stay. Fortunately, we made the right decision. This is a wonderful park. Think a very nice state park with full hookups, even 50 amps, and that is what you find at this park. This is clearly a family owned/run park. Everyone that we interacted with there were very friendly and very helpful. They even agreed to forward our late-arriving mail. The sites are very well separated by vegetation, again like a state park. There are fire rings and picnic tables. It is very quiet at night, even through it is right off of the AlCan Highway. The utilities are all very good. There is no Wi-Fi in the park, but it is available at the lodge office. We used our Verizon data plan with a strong signal. Of course, our Verizon phone had a strong signal. Forget about any satellite, as the park is heavily treed. The price is definitely good. They provide a $15 fixed rate all you can use wash out front. A good deal. We had planned on staying one night here, but ended up staying three nights. If staying in Tok again, we would defiantly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't know their story, but likely similar to the other "non-resort" outfits in Tok; trying hard in a bad economy. This place would be a gem, if some investment could be made in sprucing up; sites are pretty level, plenty of spruce trees and spacing give everyone some privacy. Price is more than competitive for Tok. Fire rings / stones provide "ambiance" of camping. Water good - electric stable - sewer at ground level. All gravel - and all quiet. Restrooms / showers clean and neat, although some of that "sprucing-up" could be applied here. High-pressure RV wash is out front, as is ample laundry building - and prices are in-line with the area. Lady in office was most helpful and friendly. Was great for an over-nite, and we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice roomy Pull Through sites surrounded with Tall Trees and pine needles. Verizon worked fine here. Allowed us to stay late so we could leave it there until we returned from church. RV wash is $15. Had we known, the best fuel price is about a block before you get there and a free wash with fill to boot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty nice campground in a natural setting. The office also has a small book exchange which is always nice while traveling. Wi-Fi not available at individual sites but that's not unusual for many northcountry campgrounds. We enjoyed our overnight stay and would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On the west edge of town, this CG has nice, roomy pull through lots. But the facilities seem a bit run-down and laundry and bathroom/showers were not very clean. Staff was very friendly. Might have given this a higher rating but three rental RV’s ran their generators all night making quite a racket (apparently this is allowed). It was like camping next to an electric plant! All in all, I’d say this made for just an OK first overnight stop after crossing the border into Alaska. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place. Large, wooded campsites. Friendly folks. Wi-fF access is in the office, didn't reach our campsite. Vehicle wash was a flat fee $15 for pickup and 5th wheel. They had scrub brushes and 5 gallon buckets, but bring your own soap. Two "high" (but not real high) pressure hoses. A good deal compared to others we saw. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park offers heavily treed, pull-through sites that appear quite narrow, especially once filled by large units with slides extended on both sides. Wi-Fi was only available in the office area but AT&T phone and data services were good. Picnic tables and fire rings were provided. Showers were clean but older and full of mosquito's. The price shown was for 50 amps and water with no discount. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a large pull-through site with plenty of space, set back off the road so no road noise to speak of. Trees, fire rings (banned because of the wildfire threat). Our site was clean, level and private and long enough that we did not have to unhook the toad. Wi-Fi was available in their building. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I thought this was a nice campground. The gravel interior roads were good, gravel sites level and our pull-through was long enough for our big rig and truck. It is heavily treed but getting in and out is still easy and plenty of room for our slides. There is quite a bit of space between sites and they are separated by trees and bushes. Also there were minimum mosquitoes-always nice. It's a short drive to town and there is very little road noise-a nice, quiet place. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large, older RV park. We stayed there for two nights in a 34 foot 5th wheel. The sites were large, wooded, gravel base and level sites. Water, power and sewer were handy for each site. This a park that RV caravans use. The park was quite but not real close to the main part of the town. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pleasant, level and spacious sites. All are in a nice setting with many trees. Showers are free and there is a laundromat, vehicle wash, dump station and even a cocktail lounge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice wooded sites very well spaced out and well off the hwy. Also for $7 you can wash your rig for however long it takes -- especially worth it when coming in to Tok via the Top of the World Highway. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.