Eagle Trail State Recreation Site
Tok Cut-Off Highway-Mile 109.5
Tok, AK 99780
State Park: Birding, Camp, Fish, Hike, Picnic, Walk, Water Sports
To the north and east of Tok, the famous “40 Mile Country” stretches up to the Yukon River. This land contains historic gold mines, wildlife, woodlands, wide interior Alaskan rivers, and modern day Alaskan pioneers and prospectors. South of Tok, the traveler enters the Copper River Valley, which eventually terminates at Prince William Sound. Westbound travelers can continue on to Fairbanks. The Tok area gives visitors entering Alaska by way of the Alaska Highway their first opportunity to explore the Alaska Range. Summers are very short here in Interior Alaska, but they are warm and dry with long daylight hours.