Eagle Trail State Recreation Site

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Eagle Trail State Recreation Site

Alaska

(907) 451-2695

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Things To Do

Overview

Eagle Trail State Recreation Site is frequented by campers traveling between Tok and Glennallen. Historical features of the campground include the Valdez-Eagle Trail, the Old Slana Highway, and the Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telephone System (WAMCATS). View the Dall sheep, experience Alaskan history, and camp in the wilderness, here at Eagle Trail State Recreation Site.

Map of Eagle Trail State Rec. Site (AK)

Latitude, Longitude: 63.161796, -143.175201

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Activities

  • Camping

    his campground has 35 campsites, five of which will accommodate most motorhomes.

  • Hiking

    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.

  • Historic Sites

    Historical features of the campground include the Valdez-Eagle Trail, the Old Slana Highway, and the Washington-Alaska Military Cable and Telephone System (WAMCATS).

  • Picnicking

    There are picnic shelters in the campground.

  • RVing

    There are five campgrounds equipped for RV's.

Seasonality/Weather

Open year-round.

Directions

Driving

16 miles south of Tok, at milepost 109.5 of the Tok Cut-off Highway.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(907) 451-2695

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