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Alaska Highway ~ The 110 miles from Beaver Creek Yukon to Tok Alaska. Also see the Alaska Highway in Canada.

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Alaska Highway

Alaska Highway

Leaving Beaver Creek in Canada's Yukon you cross a 20 mile stretch that follows along the border between the Yukon and Alaska before reaching the US Customs point of entry into Alaska. his stretch of highway is pretty rough in places so take it easy and enjoy the scenery.

Alaska Highway Campgrounds

There is a large pullout just before the US Customs buildings with picnic tables and an information kiosk. Although this is a great place for a picnic, camping is not allowed. There is camping just a few miles up the road both on the left and right sides of the road.

Alaska Highway, Museum and RV ParkCampground and RV Park Listings

Listing with our picks for Alaska Highway Campgrounds & RV Parks: Updated for everyone driving to Alaska on the Alaska Highway.

1202 Motor Inn and R. V. Park:   Mile 1202 Beaver Creek, Yukon - Full Service R. V. lot with 30 amp power, Water, Showers, Dump Station, Gasoline and Diesel Fuel, Motel and Restaurant. There is a gift shop in the restaurant that should not be missed. The restaurant is a museum in itself and serves great home cooked meals. Plenty of parking is available for larger rigs as well as trailers making the 1202 Motor Inn and RV Park easy to access and negotiate.

Deadman Lake Campground Mile MP 1249.3, has 16 campsites, 6 sites are suitable for large motor homes. Deadman Lake Campground is managed by - Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge - P. O. Box 779 MS 529 Tok, Alaska 99780; Phone: (907) 883-5312.

NOTE: Throughout the summer, ranger lead wildlife programs are conducted Monday through Friday Evening at 7:00 at Deadman Lake campground.

Lakeview Campground Mile MP 1256.7, has 8 campsites. Alaska's Lakeview Campground is managed by - Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge - P. O. Box 779 MS 529 Tok, Alaska 99780; Phone: (907) 883-5312.

NOTE: Lakeview Campground is not recommended for trailers, 5th wheel trailers or RV's over 30 feet in length.

Tok River State Recreation Site: Mile 1309 - 9 acres with 43 camp sites and 10 picnic sites. Toilets, water, picnic shelter, telephone, trails and historical feature.
Fee area " Alaska State Parks"   

Tok Gateway Salmon Bake and R.V. Park:  Alaska Mile 1313 - (907) 883-5555   Water, Dump Station, Restrooms, Showers. P.O. Box 577 Tok, Alaska 99780. 

Moon Lake State Recreation Site: Mile 1332 - Facilities include 15 camp sites, a boat launch, picnic area, a sandy beach area, drinking water and toilets. Moon Lake offers a variety of water recreation opportunities including swimming, boating, and water skiing. Fee area " Alaska State Parks"

Clearwater State Recreation Site:  Mile 1415 - 27 acres, 17 camp sites, a boat launch, fishing, picnic area, water and toilets. Fee area " Alaska State Parks

Delta State Recreation Site has 25 developed camp sites, a picnic area, a covered picnic shelter, water and toilets. A city airstrip next to the site allows for fly-in camping. There are stores, commercial showers and other services nearby. Fee area " Alaska State Parks Mile 267 of the Richardson Highway. Turn south in Delta Junction.

Also see Driving the Alaska Highway and just added Gas Stations along Alaska Highway