Sign Post Forest isn’t a forest at all. Instead, it’s a collection of signs at Watson Lake along the Alaska Highway. There are over 10,000 signs spread across a couple of acres, and the signs keep multiplying yearly.
Carl K. Lindley was ordered to repair the signpost at Mile 635. Instead of simply putting back up the original signpost, he decided to add another sign, a personal sign pointing towards his hometown of Danville, Illinois.
You must come prepared if you’re planning a trip through the Yukon into Alaska. Otherwise, you’ll be looking for anything to write your hometown on and figuring out how to get it screwed into one of the signposts.