Double, Queen, King Beds in large, spacious rooms.
Direct TV - Wi Fi.
Meeting Room with large screen TV.
Cleaning standards are the highest in the industry.
Laundry facility available.
Wheel chair accessible facility.
Seasonal 100 seat restaurant.
Senior and Military discounts.
Reasonable pets welcome for a fee.
The Golden Bear Motel and RV Park is located in Tok, Alaska. Tok is the first full service community you will enter after crossing the Canadian border. Everyone driving into Alaska must pass through Tok so there is no fear of not finding it. Plan to stay with us your first night off of the Alaska Ferry System. Click here to go the Alaska Marine Highway System Schedule.
The motel contains 60 modern, spacious rooms in king, queen, double or combinations. Our cleaning standards are some of the highest in the motel industry. All rooms are equipped with Satellite TV, wireless internet hookup and telephones.
We also have a gift shop, and a large common room for group gatherings, meetings or just relaxing and looking over the wildlife display which includes a 10 foot Kodiak bear, Lynx, Moose Horns and some fossils of previous inhabitants of the area. There is a coin operated laundry available from 1PM - 12AM. There is a seasonal 100 seat restaurant available to serve you from 6AM to 10AM, 4PM to 10PM and has both inside and screened room dining.
A Little Info About Tok. Tok is a community of weather extremes. The ambient winter temperatures can and often drops below -60 degrees and occasionally dips below -70. In the summer, temperatures in the 80's often occur, with the odd 90's reported every so often.
The main business is Tourism, as Tok straddles the intersection of the Alcan Highway carrying visitors to and from the Fairbanks Denali Park area and the Glenn Highway/Tok Cutoff, carrying travelers visiting Homer, the Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage and Valdez.
Tok is strategically located about a days drive from Whitehorse, a somewhat longer day's drive from Watson Lake in the Yukon Territory of Canada, a fairly easy drive to Fairbanks (200 miles) and a longer day to Anchorage (360 miles).