Signpost Forest, At the intersection of the Alaska and Robert Campbell Highways. In 1942, a homesick U.S. Army G.I. working on the Alaska Highway posted a sign with the name and distance of his home town. The tradition has continued to this day and now the signpost forest contains over 72,000 signs.edit
Northern Lights Centre, On the Alaska Highway in Watson Lake, ☎ (867) 536-7827 (email@example.com), . If you can't see them outside, see them inside. This centre features a northern lights multimedia presentation in a 100-seat theatre. It also features other interactive displays discussing the science and folklore behind the northern lights. Open during the summer season only. In the winter, the centre is used for community events, movies, and space science education.edit
Cozy Nest Hideaway, 1175 Campbell Hwy., ☎ (867) 536-2204, . A beautiful and friendly bed and breakfast on the lake. Open year round.$70 single, $80 couple. edit
Andrea's Hotel, 609 Frank Trail (Watson Lake, Yukon), ☎ (867) 536-7712. 2 Queen size beds/ all non smoking, not pet friendly. Restaurant and lounge also available. Satellite TV, wireless internet/wifi. Open year round.edit
Dragon's Den Hotel/Motel, 711 Frank Trail (Watson Lake, Yukon), ☎ (867) 536-7115. 2 queen size bed, non smoking and smoking rooms, pet friendly, chinese restaurant and lounge opening soon. Satellite TV, wifi, kitchenettes, open all year round. edit
You've probably encountered Watson Lake while traveling along the Alaska Highway. Heading north 264km towards Whitehorse, you will find Teslin with beautiful scenery and a good photo opportunity as you approach the Teslin River Bridge (second longest bridge along the Alaska Highway). Heading south 210km towards Fort Nelson, stop for a relaxing sit in the natural Liard River Hot Springs (open year round).