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Yukon Seniors and Elders

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Elder Recreation Association 4061 4th Ave, Whitehorse, Y1A 1H1 (867) 456-8252
Grandparents' Rights Association of the Yukon (867) 633-4160
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Yukon Housing for Seniors Programs and services
Yukon Order of Pioneers
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The World Famous Sign Post Forest
is Watson Lake's best known attraction.

Watson Lake Sign Post Forest


The Sign Post Forest was started in 1942 by a homesick U.S. Army G.I., Carl K. Lindley of Danville, Il., Company D, 341st Engineers. While working on the Alaska Highway, he erected a sign here pointing the way and stating the mileage to his hometown. Others followed his lead and are still doing so to this day. On July 20, 1990, Olen and Anita Walker of Bryan, Ohio placed the 10,000th sign. Carl K. Lindley and his wife visited the site in 1992, 50 years after his first post was erected.

Today, the Town of Watson Lake maintains the site, erecting more posts as they are needed through the Adopt-A-Post Program. Located near the forest is the Alaska Highway Interpretive Centre. This is often the first Yukon stop for northbound travellers. Besides providing information on the territory, the centre interprets the remarkable history of the highway through photo murals, realistic displays and dioramas, a three projector audio-visual presentation and a unique winter night scene illuminated by northern lights.

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