There are pull through sites for the big rigs, which we have. There was only one other RV in the park the night we stayed. Our biggest complaint was that the trees in the pull throughs need trimming. We really scratched our RV. They need to put the map of the campground at the beginning, because we drove through the whole campground looking for a spot. Other than that, it was very quiet & it was a perfect spot to park for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another great little Alaska State campground. The big rig sites are on the second loop to the right past the Iron Ranger. We had lots of room to spare leaving our crew cab dually hooked to our 35' fifth wheel overnight, so I think pretty much any "big rig" would fit. There are only a few sites that big; but, early August, 16 miles from Tok, and we saw one other camper in the entire park. Would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This would be a good campground for an overnight used by small or medium RVs. It is not a campground for 38-40' rigs. The pull-through sites have too much of bend to them. There were upended chucks of RR ties for boundary markers at the sites.The roads are narrow with many trees. The sites have trees at the edge of the parking area so it would be very difficult to open slideouts. It is at MP109 of the Glenn Hwy, 16 miles from Tok. There are vault toilets, water pump and the sites are well-separated. They are laid out in 5 wheel-like groups. We camped here in a Motorhome.