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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $39.00
Nice pull thru, treed sites. RV power wash at campground. I'd definitely stay again when in the area. We camped at Tok RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
We stayed there twice in August and both times our stay was very nice. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The sites are big and there's a place on the grounds to wash your rig after coming off the Top of the World highway (believe me, you'll need it). Make sure you eat at Fast Eddies, which is a short walk from the RV park. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $48.00
Over priced RV park even with Good Sam discount, but the 50 amp service was worth it after traveling through BC and YT! Pull-through sites are narrow but the trees are trimmed. Wi-Fi was free for one hour and then you had to purchase through TengoInternet. They get a lot of caravans so you should make reservations! Would stay here again for the convenience of 50 amp service! We camped at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $48.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $48.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $44.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $39.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $47.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $35.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $27.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Tent.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $38.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $47.00
Large wooded spaces, poor Wi-Fi, but friendly staff and a charming music show each evening. We camped at Tok RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $42.00
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 at Tok RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $42.00
Nice level spaces with smallish trees between the sites. Bathrooms clean. Staff friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if we were in Tok. We camped at Tok RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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