Located right off the Alaska Highway (Mile 1313.4), the first Alaskan RV Park you encounter is TOK AK RV Village and Cabins. Proven to be the spot for RV travelers, they offer a range of cabins and RV spaces to fit each customer’s unique traveling desire. The park is big-rig friendly with over 100 pull-through sites, cabins and tent sites with ample space and greenery.
Built and run by the Jernigans, a longtime Alaska family, Tok Junction was chosen for the park for its location as a jumping- off point for all highway traffic entering and departing Alaska. It's roughly a day's drive from several major cities (Whitehorse is 400 miles to the east and Fairbanks is 212 miles away) and serves as an excellent place for a rest break, restocking supplies, and reviewing travel plans.
Beginning their 35th season, they pride themselves in clean facilities and friendly service. They have been complimented for possessing the best quality public restrooms available at RV sites. Visitors have regarded the public showers as “spotlessly clean” and appreciate the fact that the restrooms are heated. Customer satisfaction is their number one aspiration, and they take comfort in knowing that visitors are always comfortable and well taken care of. They also offer a laundromat, book exchange, car wash and a wide selection of souvenirs.
Their impressive retention rate and high ratings with Trailer Life and Good Sam reflect their dedication to serving customers with the best possible service. Spectacular greenery surrounds each cabin, with trees near each RV space. Visitors typically savor the fact that they are immersed in a true “camping experience” during their stay. Guests will be captivated with this top-quality location – a gorgeous area near all of the amenities necessary for travelers including great restaurants, a gas station and grocery store. As a family-owned business, they possess deep fulfillment in making your experience as pleasant as possible and aspire to offer all that you hope to gain from your stay here! The Jernigans family is always eager to answer travel questions and assist with plans for visiting the "Last Frontier."
Seasons Open: Open Mid April (limited), May - End Sept
Membership: Good Sam, AAA
Creatid Cards Accepted:
Big Rigs Welcome
Over 35 Ft
Drive around Tok and you’ll see wild and domestic flower gardens, big vegetables, log homes with sod and wild flower roofs, old fish wheels, historic mining equipment, lots of airplanes, log caches.
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