We have officially made it into Alaska! Our first stop is the “Sled Dog Capital of Alaska,” Tok!

The town has a population of approximately 1250. Tok’s economy is based on tourism and for its size, Tok offers more hotel rooms and campsites than any other town in the state.

Campgrounds Things To Do Next Stop

Campgrounds Near Tok

Tok RV Village

  • Big rig friendly pull through sites
  • Full Hookups

Tok River Campground

  • Picnic shelters
  • Walking trail
  • Tok River access

Sourdough Campground

  • Pull through sites
  • Nightly Pancake Toss
  • On sight café

Tundra RV Park and Bar

  • Full and partial hookups
  • On site bar
  • Showers and Laundry

Alaskan Stoves Campground

  • Budget friendly
  • Partial hookups and dry camping

Things To Do Around Tok

Tok is an outdoor persons paradise! The wild land teems with birds, mammals and fish, and there is no better space to explore than the world famous Fortymile National Wild and Scenic River area!

Located in the middle of Tok at the main intersection, the visitors center is often the first stop for travelers! It is said to be Alaska’s largest log structure.

Come enjoy Alaska history in one of the most unique visitor park and Alaskana Museum. Enjoy unusual exhibits and enjoyable activities for visitors of all ages:  skeet-ball, bouncy house, mini golf, tetherball, wack-a-mole, cotton candy and much, much more.

40-MILE AIR routinely offers charter service within the Wrangell St.-Elias Preserve, Yukon-Charley Preserve, Alaska Range, Tetlin Wildlife Refuge and the Fortymile Country. Not only are 40-MILE AIR pilots exceptionally skilled and familiar with the Alaska territory, but our well-maintained fleet of ten aircraft means we have the proper equipment to access the rugged Alaska Wilderness.

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