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Tok Pool- Lion's Club
Tok Pool- Lion's Club


Tok Lion's Club has an outdoor pool, free to the public during the summer season. Usual hours of operation Mon-Sat 12-7pm. Closed during poor weather. Located downtown Tok on the corner of Ak Hwy and W 2nd.
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Mukluk Land
Mukluk Land


At Mukluk Land visitors enjoy a beautiful and unique park and Alaskan museum. There are skee ball lanes,, bouncy house, 18-hole mini golf, and some unusual collections. Open June, July, and Aug from 2-7 pm.
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Visitor Information Center
Visitor Information Center


The Visitor Information Center is a great place to visit if you are not sure where to go. It tells people where to go for bird watching, fishing, panning for gold, nature trails and much more.
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Alaska Artist Frank Entsminger
Alaska Artist Frank Entsminger


Frank Entsminger, a spectacular bronze sculptor specializing in wildlife art , is known for his love of the wilder side of Alaska. Having lived in Alaska for over 50 years, Frank is also known for his taxidermy skills that rival no other. Call and set up a time to view his awe inspiring taxidermy displays or tour his working studio, located approximately 30miles south of Tok on the Tok Cutoff. You will not be disappointed! Please remember to call in advance to make sure someone is there. Tel (907) 883-2833
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40-Mile Air
40-Mile Air


For more than 50 years, 40-MILE AIR has been serving the needs of communities and outdoor enthusiasts in Alaska. Owned and operated by second generation bush pilots and lifelong Alaskans, 40-MILE AIR’s highly-respected reputation for safety, reliability, knowledge and experience ensures exceptional flight service in-and out-of the remote areas of Alaska. Based in Tok, 40-MILE AIR routinely offers charter service within the Wrangell St.-Elias Preserve, Yukon-Charley Preserve, Alaska Range, Tetlin Wildlife Refuge and the Fortymile Country. Not only are 40-MILE AIR pilots exceptionally skilled and familiar with the Alaska territory, but our well-maintained fleet of ten aircraft means we have the proper equipment to access the rugged Alaska Wilderness.
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Tanana Valley State Forest
Tanana Valley State Forest


Tanana Valley State Forest is a huge park of 1.81 million acres lying at the Tanana River Basin. That is 265 miles of nature. People can hike, go dog mushing, cross country skiing, wildlife viewing and more.
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