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Trails, Campgrounds and Overnight Hosts

Chugach State park
Wasilla: Need Info: PH 907-733-2675

Denali State Park
Indian: Need info, Camping?, PH 907-733-2675

Mickie Proulx
We have a remote, small-time ranch that requires a 50 mile ride down the frozen Tanana River.
Best time for that adventure is March, when the days are long and the river ice is safe.
Soon we will offer trail rides out of our ranch into the thousands of acres of wilderness.
We are currently bringing horses in and also making trails.
To get here in the summer months requires bushplane air service.
E-mail: Mickie Proulx

Layover Hosts for your horse or mule. (No Trail access)

Rodeo Grounds, Fair Grounds, B and B's, Horse Motels, Private residences

Campgrounds, ranches and trail ride places are also Overnight hosts. The places listed here are "OVERNIGHT ONLY".

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Stage Stop Bed & Breakfast
I own and run A Stage Stop Bed & Breakfast for Horses and People. I have a log barn with 2 stalls and 4 extra large pole corrals NO BARB WIRE. I have 3 rooms and 1 cabin. If anyone is traveling up the Alaska highway with horses I have a list I send out for free of places to stay with horses and places to board overnight. Usually someone is moving to Alaska as it's a long hard road just to ride. I have a web site if someone is coming up to Alaska. They can see the community I live in and pictures of my B/B. My address is Box 69 Tok, Alaska 99780 (907) 883-5338 or my FAX number is (907) 883-5242 in Alaska only 1 800 478-5369. I always tell people to call ahead but you can just drive-in. I don't care how late you arrive I JUST WANT THE HORSES TO HAVE A SAFE PLACE for the night. My web site is and the e-mail is come check our site. Just put my name and info anywhere you think is appropriate places. I'll put a link to your page on our outlink page. We do have trails right here in Tok but there are better ones 15 min away. If you have any questions just e-mail. I suggust to people to buy the Milepost to drive the Alaska Hwy. Happy Trails, Mary Underwood
E-mail: Mary Dale Underwood
Mary's web site

Tok Line Camp Bed & Breakfast
Tok: Greetings from the North Country! We are located in Tok, Alaska about 400 miles from Whitehorse and about 330 miles from Anchorage. We are animal friendly and offer free of charge overnight horse boarding to anyone using our B&B service. We have a 50' diameter round pen and a large stable (12x24) with good ground, fresh water, and easy, close access to the horses from the B&B cabins.
Reservations are strongly recommended. We are seasonal open May 15 - September 15 depending on the weather ~ you know ~ how soon winter leaves and how soon it comes back again.

Contact information: John and Betty Zabielski, P.O. Box 453, Tok, AK 99780.
E-mail: John and Betty Zabielski
Web Page: Tok Line Camp Bed & Breakfast
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