Fairchild, Wisconsin: Campground Knights

Two nine-foot tall knights flank a road inside a campground whose name, Trail's End, has nothing to do with medieval warfare.

Trail's End

Address:
W15525 US-10, Fairchild, WI
Directions:
Trail's End. 6.5 miles west of Fairchild on the south side of US Hwy 10. Turn off the highway and drive a short way into the campground; you'll see the knights flanking the road.
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Two knights.

Knights in Shining Armor

Two nine-foot tall knights in shining armor stand at the entrance to the Trail's End Bar, Grill, and Campground.

[AmyC, 10/14/2018]

Perhaps they're a subliminal way to get campers to stay "two (k)nights" instead of one?

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