Lake Huron

At 23,000 square miles, Lake Huron is the second largest Great Lake. It was initially called La Mer Douce, which means “the freshwater sea” in French. Its name later became Lake Huron as a result of the Huron people who occupied its coastline. In the 1600s, Lake Huron was a major, yet dangerous, shipping route. Today, there are more than 1,000 known shipwrecks laying on the lake’s floor.
Frame: Shadow

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Display your love for your favorite area with a handmade wood contour map. Our maps illustrate the depth and detail of your favorite destination.

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single layer

Single layer maps feature both land and water details on a single layer resulting in a rich sepia tone map.

two dimensional

Two dimensional maps include a natural colored land layer over a blue stained water layer. Depth detail is engraved and highlighted within the water layer.

three dimensional

Three dimensional maps expand the water depths with up to eight individual layers of depth detail.

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Every single map is drawn and crafted by hand at our Indiana workshop. Our laser cut maps feature unparalleled quality; our shores are smooth, our text is crisp and our graphics are precise for unrivaled readability.

Our unique depth number highlighting process ensures clarity and visibility of map details, even at a distance. We can't wait to create a one of a kind, heirloom quality work of art for your family to enjoy for years to come.

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