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Eagle Trail State Recreation Site

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  • Size

    273.89 acres

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Description

Eagle Trail State Recreational Area is 16 miles south of Tok at mile 109.5 of the Tok Cut-Off Highway. It is frequented by campers traveling between Tok and Glennallen. This campground has 35 campsites, five of which will accommodate most motor homes. Also provided are a picnic shelter, drinking water and latrines. Historical features of the campground include the Valdez-Eagle Trail, the Old Slana Highway, and the Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telegraph System (WAMCATS).

Visitors to this 280-acre site can enjoy a walk on the one mile nature trail or the 2.5-mile hiking trail with an overview of the Tok River Valley. Eagle Trail SRS offers most highway travelers their first opportunity to explore the Alaska Range. An eight-hour hike up the bordering creek brings backpackers within close viewing distance of Dall sheep in the Tok Trophy Sheep Management Area.

Allowed Activities
Hiking
Rv Camping
Good For
Wheelchairs

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

Take Glenn Hwy to the Richardson Hwy North. Take the Tok Cut-Off Hwy to mile 109.5, about 16 mile south of Tok.