Friendly greeting, very clean place with free live entertainment on friday evening.
Large well maintained park with helpful staff. Lots all have trees & space compared to most places. Reasonable & popular RV wash station. Clean bathrooms. Not much of a town but good stopover place.
Stayed here twice on our way to and from Alaska. The little shop has some great gifts to take back home and the food in the cafe is great. Good wifi in the cafe and lounge. Gas on site, everything you could want. Needed more big trees.
We stayed overnight on our way from the lower 48 to Eagle River, AK. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are a bit close together but the staff made sure there were a couple of open spots between motorhomes. We pulled in with our 40ft motorhome and our car in tow with no issues. The park is very pleasant with all the trees It's also very quiet. We plan on staying there on our return to the lower 48.
We found this park to be very welcoming and well maintained. The pull thrus are large with some green space between. Shade trees make it nice...so much better than some of the parking lot style we experienced along the AlCan. The facilities are very nice and clean, with an rv wash on site. Wifi is Tengo with 1 hr free. The staff is very helpful, and the owner Mike is knowledgeable of RVs, and helped us solve an electrical problem. Not only that, he's a heck of a cookie maker!!
Best park we ve stayed in since South Dakota! Nice and shaded and very quiet. Showers and restrooms spotless. Nice and very friendly staff.
We needed to empty the tanks and take on water so we chose Tok RV Village because of the reviews on RV Parky. Came in after the office closed, but no problem. Picked a site from the list and parked in it. Chose to pay the next morning, no problem. They even have s RV Wash station
Nice stay, level sites, pretty close together but shady with a picnic table.
Very nice place, super clean and everything worked, organized and easy people to work with, also had a RV wash bay, 10% off for Good Sam
Its fairly expensive and the towns pretty small. my tmobile couldn't connect. ATT was extremely slow there. Verizon hotspot said it needed roaming turned on to work. The parks WiFi was too slow to use and was capped at 500 meg. Seemed more like a 25 meg cap. The sites are not the closest but since there are trees between most of them they seem a lot closer. The place was very clean. And they were planting more trees. Which seemed to be placed too close to turns and ends of sites which will do damage to large coaches if you are not extremely careful . We were planning on staying two nights but since we had been bandwidth starved for about a month in Canada we had to move on to Fairbanks. Fast Eddy's restaurant had a great breakfast. Not much else in town. RV self wash was around $30. Very odd part is you cannot turn off the spray wands to brush the RV. There is literally a wood screw holding them full on. Very inconvenient to go back to the timer and shut that off each time. And you cannot lay the wand on the ground as it will whip around and probably bash your coach.