We are still waiting on a promised refund from August 2019. We had purchased 2 knotty pine poles and were told we could take them thru Canada back home to Washington state. They were confiscated at the border and the guard knew where we had bought them. He said ”She knows they need to be certified, but never does it.”
We stayed here on our way south in September with other campgrounds already closed Sourdough still had full hook up and pull through sites available. The pull though we were in was large with a small forest of trees between each site! Very pretty setting. We have been through Tok Six times and we think this campground is the best campground it TOK!!!! Just wish we had found it earlier... Friendly front desk staff and very helpful about the local area... Their prices were better then others as well... All in all a god experience!
Stayed in a tent site. Sites were average-sized. The ground had a soft covering of pine needles; a lot more comfortable than rocky tent sites. There are a lot of cool old artifacts and old pieces of equipment on the grounds. There's also an interesting old cafe on the site with lots of old photos and memorabilia. Great hot showers and heated bathroom! The bathroom and other buildings are clean and well-maintained. There's also a covered picnic area and a stage with photos of pancake tosses (I didn't attend). Friendly staff; would camp here again.
Very fun place to stay. Stayed a night on our way up to Alaska and enjoyed the company of owners, restaurant staff and camp hosts so stayed again on way home. BEST HOME MADE POTATO CHIPS EVER! Far from Florida but if we get that way again Sour Dough is a must. Baths and laundry clean. Pancake toss is fun!🥞🥞 Loved the car/RV wash too. Thing 2 from Florida
The site we had was nice and shady. The women's shower had lots of hot water, the men's not so much. We enjoyed the pancake toss and breakfast the next day. Our problem with the camp is with the honesty of the owners. They assured us we would be able to bring the beautiful knotty pine poles back home thru Canada. needless to say they were confiscated at the boarder. The boarder guard was sorry he had to take them and said "She knows these need to be certified, but doesn't do it because of the cost." He knew who had sold them to us. It was a $150 lesson on honesty.