Lake Ray Hubbard, Texas 3-D Nautical Wood Chart, Large, 24.5" x 31"
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing family vacation on one of the lakefront beaches or a week spent boating and fishing, Lake Ray Hubbard, Texas, is one of the best destinations for any getaway. Sports fishing is popular year-round, and incredible dining, shopping, sunsets, and live music make this lake a popular tourist spot for people across the country.
Lake Ray Hubbard spans 22,000 acres in northern Texas and is known for its abundance of outdoor activities. The lake was initially named after nearby Forney, Texas, but was renamed after Dallas Parks and Recreation supervisor Ray Hubbard, who served the area from 1943 to 1972.
An artist begins this piece of lake art by using a bathymetric chart to measure the lake's depths. Pieces of Baltic birch are laser cut into the precise shoreline and depths of the lake before being hand-stained and glued together to create the dimension and beauty our topographical maps are known for. Major landmarks are etched into the surface of the wood lake, and a solid wood frame and acrylic top add the finishing touches.
Display your love of Lake Ray Hubbard, Texas, with this beautiful piece of lake art.
Points of Interest on Lake Ray Hubbard Map:
Heath, Liberty Grove, Pleasant Valley, Rockwall, Rose Hill, The Park at Emerald Bay, and Windsurf Bay Park
Lake Ray Hubbard Lake Art Details:
Made of Baltic birch
Solid wood frame made to fit
Engraved names and locations
Acrylic glass protection
Arrives ready to hang