Lake Waramaug, Connecticut 3-D Nautical Wood Chart, Small, 16" x 20"
For a scenic, relaxed experience, it’s hard to do better than a visit to Lake Waramaug. This Connecticut landmark attracts people from across the country with its fishing, fall foliage, and boating. It is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy each other’s company.
Named after Chief Waramaug of the Potatuck Native American tribe, Lake Waramaug is the second largest natural lake in Connecticut. Public access to the lake is granted only through Lake Waramaug State Park, maintaining the secluded atmosphere of the area.
The map utilizes Baltic birch to create an incredible tribute to this lakefront oasis. An artist laser cuts sections of wood in the precise outline of the lake’s shoreline, using a two-millimeter precision cut to ensure the highest attention to detail. The layers of wood are placed together by hand and glued before sections are hand-stained to showcase the depth indicators of the water. Points of interest are etched into the wood lake’s surface, and a custom size frame completes the entire piece.
Hang this topographical lake art on your wall and recall memories you’ve made at Lake Waramaug.
Points of Interest on Lake Waramaug Map:
Lake Waramaug State Park, Mt. Bushnell State Park, Washington Public Beach, and Bates Pond.
Lake Waramaug Lake Art Details:
- Made of Baltic birch
- Single-layer depth
- Engraved names and locations
- Acrylic glass protection