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 TOK RV VILLAGE & CABINS
Big Rig Friendly!
                   Alaskan Family Owned & Operated for 34 Years!
162 Sites • Big Rig Pull Through Sites • Tent Sites • 30/50 Amp Full & Partial Hookups • Cabins • Wi-Fi & Cable TV • RV Wash Dump Station • Laundry • Showers • Clean Restrooms • Gift Shop
 Clean facilities & friendly service!
Cozy Cabins
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   Aurora borealis can be viewed from late August until April.
Sighting Alaska Wildlife
      There are abundant opportunities to view wildlife in Alaska. To improve your chances of seeing wild animals, wake up early in the morning or
stay up late at night as the animals tend to move more in the cooler temperatures after the sun dips to the horizon. If you’re driving during darkness or at dawn or dusk, stay especially alert for animals on the highway.
Watch the mountains for sheep and the valley meadows for moose. Foxes, coyotes, porcupines, ground squirrels and numerous birds are commonly seen along highways. Beaver and waterfowl can be seen around rivers and ponds. With luck, you may see a wolf or bear.
Respect wild animals and give them lots of space; females with young can be especially dangerous. A cow moose with a calf is a cute sight but a moose mom is very protective and can be dangerous if she feels her calf is at risk of being harmed.
You may feed the mosquitoes but please never feed or disturb wildlife!
TO INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF SEEING WILDLIFE:
• Watch for the
binocular logo
that identifies
wildlife interpretive sites.
• Take your time and be quiet. Plan on making many stops when you are traveling.
Slowly scan the landscape for movement. Animals that went into hiding may come out again when all is quiet.
• Animals tend to be more active in early morning and evening. Take a short walk before breakfast or after dinner. You may be pleasantly surprised
at what you find. Remember, in summer, the arctic evening lasts all night. Stay alert for bears on all trails in Alaska.
• Use binoculars, spotting scopes and telephoto lenses to zoom in on the animals without scaring them away or endangering yourself.
Mile 1313.4 Alaska Highway
PO Box 739, Tok, Alaska 99780
           Toll Free: (800) 478-5878 (Inside Alaska) Phone Number: (907) 883-5877
camp@tokrv.net www.tokrv.net
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Stay a few days and do some nearby gold panning, fishing, flightseeing, hiking, biking, resting..
Sourdough
Campground
more than just a place to camp
• Wide, level, private RV sites
• Up to 90’ pull thru’
• Private & group saw dust padded tent sites
     • Evening pancake toss show
 Test your skills to win a free breakfast!
     • Laundry • Clean, hot, un-metered showers
• Free wireless (hot spot)
• RV / car wash • Gift shop • Open air museum • Paved 7-mile bike/walking path
   • Famous authentic Alaskan breakfast
Featuring authentic sourdough pancakes & reindeer sausage
 Sourdoughcampground.com • Sourdoughcampground@outlook.com • (907) 883-5543
Sourdough Campground RV Park & Cafe 1 Prospector Way, PO Box 47, Tok, Alaska 99780 We are on the Tok Cutoff Highway. Do not follow your GPS it will bring you in on the back roads.
• Café is open 7am-8pm featuring daily specials
for lunch & dinner
Voted Alaska’s ‘Funnest’!
   TUNDRA RV PARK & BAR
TOK ALASKA
      78 SPACIOUS FORESTED SITES
Full & Partial Hook-ups Big Rig Friendly 50/30/20 AMP
Tent (dry) Sites
Pull Throughs
Clean Restrooms Showers Included in Price Dump Stations Picnic Tables • Fire Rings Laundromat • Vehicle Wash Lounge • Meeting Room Wifi Hotspot
 TUNDRA LODGE & RV PARK
TO FAIRBANKS (200 MILES)
TOURIST INFO CENTER
ALASKA HWY
TO CANADA (90 MILES)
     POST TOK OFFICE JUNCTION
   Mile Post 1315 Alaska Hwy.
Summer: (907) 883-7875
Year-Round: (907) 301-7061 • tundrarvpark@gmail.com
TO ANCHORAGE (320 MILES)
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