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Pancake Toss & Gallery

Sourdough Campground RV Park's famous Pancake Toss that keeps campers coming back.

Pancake toss starts Memorial Weekend to Labor Day weekend.

Alaska’s Sourdough Campground built a reputation with flying food           
 
Too many pancakes was the genesis of a long standing activity at Sourdough Campground RV Park in the eastern town of Tok, Alaska.  The sourdough pancakes stay semi-firm and fly somewhat like Frisbee's.

Since then, flinging pancakes has become a time honored tradition at the campground following dinner. Tim, one of the owners as well as the cook, will entertain guests with his since of humor, and for the campers who want to try their hand at tossing pancakes, they are given 2 chances to toss a pancake into a buckit, each winner receives a free breakfast the next morning.

Each evening the Sourdough Campground RV Park hosts a community campfire with free marshmallows for roasting . “This gets people out of their RVs, trailers or tents,  to socialize. It’s amazing to see people actually wander around visiting, so many times they just sit in their RVs.

Peak season at Sourdough Campground runs from mid-May though mid-August.

The Tok, Alaska Sourdough Campground opens April thru October,  we have electric sites, laundry, shower, restroom & wireless available in the off season.

Established in 1966, this facility has an open-air museum with Gold Rush–era memorabilia and offers full hookups and wooded sites. Ninety-foot level pull-throughs and easy back-ins are available. Not to mention Tent camping sites too!

Amenities include a wonderful cafe, a gift shop, laundry, an RV/car wash, showers, clean restrooms, FREE WIFI access.

Besides the famous Pancake Toss and the campfire marshmallow roast, there could be fellow guests having a jam session on stage or by the fire!

Across the street you will find a 7 mile paved bike/walk/run path.  Hike the unpaved 5 mile trail from the campground that will lead you to the foot of  “7 Mile Hill”, a popular & beautiful hike to the top where you will look down upon the town of Tok & surrounding ponds, lakes & beautiful scenery.

We can even give you a tip on where the moose seem to hang out!